Light and Art - A Winning Combination

Light and Art – A Winning Combination

Skeletal sculpture meets functional light in the Molecula lamp by Benjamin Migliore. With its rounded intersections and crisp lines, the geometric structure is at once organic and intentional. Position it in any direction to adapt to your ideal table arrangement, or hang it on the wall for a unusual sconce alternative!

0 Designer: Benjamin Migliore

Bring Home Some Moonlight

Bring Home Some Moonlight

I love the creative expressions possible with the MoonLight Lamp. It is essentially an interactive wall LED lamp designed to produce endless possibilities when playing with lights, shadows and creating beautiful atmosphere. The design features three different sizes, each one of them having two sets of diodes. Simply turn the dimmer to increase or dim the front and backlight.

0 Designer: Oblikus

Shaped by Light

Shaped by Light

Eliza is an artistic LED lamp created from folded brass and powered by a micro-USB cable. It’s asymmetric structure consists of triangular forms that reflect light from the LED above to create a diffused glow on the surrounding planar surfaces. Both functional and sculptural, its unique shape and illumination pattern make it a captivating home accessory both day and night.

0 Designer: Wesley Meyer

Your Very Own Light Drone

Your Very Own Light Drone

The Walkalight drone is a lighting exploration that merges quadcopter and smart sensor tech to create the ultimate in personal illumination. The air-filled orb is designed to levitate above the user like a street lamp and uses motion sensors to following their movements. Users can also control different features using verbal and gestural commands. It’s perfect for everything from nighttime walks to getting the right selfie lighting! See it in action —>

0 Designer: Jaka PleŇ°ec

LoFi Lighting

LoFi Lighting

The GloFi Moodlight is so named for its unique light system and minimal, industrial style achieved through a combination of machined ABS, aluminum, lasercut windows, silicone gaskets and simple socket screws. A ring of RGB leds provide playful contrast to this aesthetic by cycling through a rainbow of colors that set the mood. Get it here!

0 Designer: Renan Ramadan

Handsome Handmade Lighting

Handsome Handmade Lighting

From the makers of the super-portable¬†T1 lamp comes an equally minimalist counterpart that feels right at home on the top of your desk. Called the T2 lamp, its thin form is achieved thanks to a custom LED board producing 520 Lux of brightness using only 2 watts of power! In a material mix of natural wood, steel glass, and colorful cording, it’s the best looking T lamp yet.

0 Designer: Artzavod

Chandelier Illusion

Chandelier Illusion

The inspiration behind Jacob Mazor’s Flat Chandelier came from a desire to turn the single hanging bulb in his flat into proper lighting, but having a limited budget that didn’t allow for it. Totally been there! The result is a playful pendant illusion. What it lacks in diffusing the bulb’s brightness, it makes up for in adding character and charm to any interior! Better yet, it’s super-affordable and flat-pack ready. Own it here!

0 Designer: Jacob Mazor

Well-Endowed Doggy Lighting

Well-Endowed Doggy Lighting

The title says it all! A combination of shock-art and lighting, this stylish dog-shaped luminaire features a light source in a rather cheeky location. Playfully modern, his crisp geometric surfaces have been designed with minimal, industrial, and urban spaces in mind. Better yet, the design is customizable as a canvas for drawing with pens, pencils, crayons and markers for a look that’s all your own. — As for his name? Well… it’s Richard. You get the idea!

0 Designer: Formzoo Design

Light Powered by YOU

Light Powered by YOU

Flashlights can be your best friend in a power outage, but the last thing you need are dead batteries, so it makes sense that it charge from the most reliable power source available… YOU! That’s precisely the inspiration behind the Lume flashlight. It uses peltier plates to turn heat from your hands into usable energy. Its sculptural design is also more ergonomic and encourages the user to keep it displayed and handy rather than hidden.

0 Designer: Lane Stith

Why choose just one?

Why choose just one?

The Vialattea pendant, designed by Paolo Manganaro for Formabilio, immediately becomes the protagonist of your interior thanks to its unique character… or shall we say, many characters! The unconventional design is actually 4 unlikely shades playfully paired together. Kinda schizophrenic… but totally cool. Get it here!

0 Designer: Paolo Manganaro for Formabilio

Thin is In

Thin is In

The ITO lamp forms symbiosis between the latest in lighting technology and smart functionality. Its sharp, irregular, geometric aesthetic is formed by a pattern of ultra-thin, almost transparent OLED modules that can be individually controlled via the user’s smartphone. Turn one or all on/off, control brightness and set the mood with a simple press of a button or finger slide. See it in action after the jump!

0 Designer: Antonia Kuellmer

Leafless Lighting

Leafless Lighting

Out of the woods and into the home, the Gilka pendant lamp bring a bit of organic style to modern interiors. It’s irregular “branches” grow and descend from the ceiling, ending in LEDs that spotlight living space. Each integrated LED swivels and can be adjusted with a simple push to direct light exactly where desired. Suspended from a wire, the pendant can also be raised and lowered as needed.

0 Designer: Volodymyr Karalyus

Light Up the City

Light Up the City

The conceptual Noise Power system explores the transformation of sound energy, specifically that of road traffic, into usable light. Designed to surround roadways, the solution harnesses energy produced by acoustic micro-vibrations which are passed through a sensitive membrane to a generator that provides electricity to low-voltage LEDs. The result is a large scale system that not only reduces noise pollution, but provides safety lighting powered by the very drivers that need it!

0 Designer: Yu-Sheng Chen

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