Ikon (we like the name) is a range of architectural lighting luminaires characterized by a sober and well-balanced design suitable for every type of situation. The rotation of the lighting module and by the many solutions available – suspended, wall-mounted, floor and projector make it a very flexible lighting solution.
Ikon, by Targetti
The strict architectural structure of Teepee gives little hint of the enormous design effort that went into its development.
Teepee, by Konstantin Grcic, for Cassina
Artecnica’s tranSglass Dog Head Mirror was inspired by Guatemalan tribal masks and features an oval mirror topped with a three dimensional handcut and mirrored glass mosaic.
Dog Mask tranSglass by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden, for Artecnica
Aladdin, by Mârten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, Ola Rune, for Paola Lenti
Lantern has a sober but appealing shape. The compact, slightly bulbous lamp is somewhat reminiscent of a Chinese lantern. This association is underscored by its pleasantly warm, soft light.
Lantern, by Ronan Bouroullec, Erwan Bouroullec, for Belux
Not you usual waste-paper bin.
Trash, by Jasper Morrison, for Magis
Ibero Cabinets offer linear storage with hutch and extractable shelf. The doors are made of a light weight core and open in a folding motion. We like the simple lines and strong colours combined with natural materials.
Ibero, by Lievore Altherr Molina, for Bellato
Box is a multi-functional storage unit that doubles as a side table. Its soft rounded structure is clad on the inside and outside with a fine woven fabric.
Box, by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, for Vitra.