Composed of two bold sculptural forms, the Kizu Table Lamp displays a weightless balancing act. The illusion of gravity creates a tension within the piece, while its curved forms initiate a calming effect. This kissing point of material and function creates an object in perfect harmony.
The Dot Collection combines the directness of exposed, spherical bulbs with the rich materiality of brass. Focused, geometric compositions contain these two features, balancing line, surface, and luminous points.
The Bloom Suspension Lamp’s superelliptical form is inspired by the gentle dynamic flow of paper lanterns. Its glorious lit effect is the result of transparency and light. Two contrasting materials is a finely perforated mesh core and frosted blown glass, combine to project a soft focus texture onto the inside of the shade. At the […]
The Lantern Pendant is an elegant combination of iconic form and material exploration. Inspired by the traditional Chinese rice paper lamp, the frosted glass replicates a soft illumination, whilst creating a bold and lasting form. The result is a range of pendants suitable for small intimate spaces, all the way up to large open environments.
As admirer of Alexander Calder, in 1951 Schottlander created the Mantis series of lamps. Movement is intrinsic to all of Schottlander’s work: an artist, an engineer and in no small measure a handyman, he devised a clever system of counterweights combined with a series of strong, and flexible metal bars. The shade also is unique […]
Geometry in its purest form. Origo embodies opposite essences mirroring volcanic rock and an opal glass diffuser. An exploration of an interaction, light shining onto the texture of the volcanic rock, revealing its relief and contour. Sober and logical, both materials create a relationship between light and composition. Spheres work as a double geometry, mirroring […]
Danish designer Aleksandar Lazic looked to Italian marble tables from the 1970s when creating the Reverse Lamp. Inspired by the play on structure created by geometric constraints, the conical travertine base and curved, bronzed aluminium shade define the lamp?s perfectly balanced expression. The light diffuses evenly across the unworked stone, left raw to allow the […]
Varied colors, transparency and continuously changing shapes ? the characteristic features of soap bubbles–inspired this Bomma collection. When lighted, the metallic sheen of its surface transforms to iridescent and translucent, exposing its crystal character. The entire collection is produced using the technique of hand-blowing without a form. The seemingly perfect droplet of molten glass is […]
The Flowerpot lamp became synonymous with the Flower Power movement from the late 60s. Reflecting a break from convention to embrace a more open, modern mentality that promoted peace and harmony. Such was the mindset of its designer, Verner Panton. One of the most forward-thinking talents of his time. The Flowerpot series consists of several […]
Inspired by geometric shapes and mathematical objects, Armen is a game of imbrication and balance between two simple forms: the cone and the sphere. Like the eponymous lighthouse, the light is guided by the three cones.
The Cliff Ceiling Lamp showcases the original Materials from Lambert & Fils workshop. Unfished brass rods provide structure for lamps. The finishing details add character and nuance to the lamp?s robust, functional forms.
But what if the planets were nothing more than soap bubbles that have remained intact as they travel through time? Armed with his astronomer?s telescope that let him observe their every movement, Yuji has transformed them into objects floating in a weightless world.