“Light lines, light spheres, light cubes – objects clearly defined in terms of geometry, which can be used flexibly according to the principle of modularity. This ensures that every time new lighting units and lighting installations originate, matched to the respective room situation. Carefully composed and accurately defined details create an interplay of brightness, shadow and colours – dynamic tools for interiors addressing people’s emotions.”
- Matteo Thun
The luminaire range includes ceiling-mounted, wall-mounted and pendant luminaires. Chrome in various forms is part of the luminaire design, establishing the creative link throughout the range.
Sconfine, LINEA, CUBO & SFERA by Matteo Thun, for Zumtobel
Coat hanger in natural mixed rattan core; available in unfinished version or stained: coral and green.
Corallo Coat Hanger, by Michael Sodeau, for Gervasoni
A simple pendant light made from a mirrored glass tube in both a smooth and fluted version.
Mirrored Pendant Light, by Michael Anastassiades
Room dividers made of felt with a anodized aluminum structure, the pattern is fresh and typographical.
Feel-Thru, by Porcuatro, for ABR
A collection of ceramic boxes with cork tops
Rolling , Large, Small and Triangle, Limited edition of 8 pieces, by Adrien Rovero, for Galerie kreo in cooperation with the ECAL
Mosen was recognized at IFDA (International Furniture Design Competition Asahikawa).
We like its retro space age feel.
IFDA (International Furniture Design Competition Asahikawa).
Alice, Limited Edition of 8, by Sebastien Servaire, for Gallery R’Pure
A Planter or flower box with a self-watering system through a unique internal capillary system to transmit moisture. The cone is made of rotomolded polyethylene.
Drink, by Joan Gaspar, for ABR
Airflake is a sound absorbing screen made from moulded fiber felt. This modular system is built around the shape of a hexagon in a variety of designs and colours, which can be freely combined to create the screen.
Airflake, by Stefan Borselius, for Abstracta
The arrangement of the legs on this table affords a maximum space for legroom. Due to the tangential deviation and by incorporated an enforcing core the elegant construction guarantees extraordinary stability. The shape of the legs together with the rounded corners of the table top result in a fresh and contemporary feel.
Wogg 43, by Jörg Boner, for Wogg