Naked Table Lamp

Naked Table Lamp

The beauty of this table lamp lies in the exposure of its essential components. The stripped-down design is composed of a soldering board serving as a base, woven copper wiring that gives it malleability to stay upright, and E-10 light holders in a beautiful formation of eight. Artistically industrial, it almost looks accidental but is much too cool to be anything but intentional!

0 Designer: Shahar Katsav

Lamp Shades for Every Season

Lamp Shades for Every Season

Though their climates may differ, most areas of the world experience some form of seasonal change. The Peaked Hat Lighting Shade is inspired by the way our clothing/fashion changes between these seasons and offers a similar idea for interior spaces. Ranging from flowery prints for spring to warm felt material for winter, the light shades use a simple zipper and are easily interchangeable depending on the time of year!

0 Designer: Moili

Beneath the Cambium Layer

Beneath the Cambium Layer

This expertly crafted collection of furnishings takes inspiration from the way in which trees grow, celebrating the tree as both a material and living organism. The ever changing seasonal growth patterns and unique knots change the structure of the wood in subtle ways- this is reflected in the nuance details of each unique piece. The use of a coopering technique can be seen throughout the body of work as a construction method that directly mimics natural growth. The result is an aesthetic of craftsmanship and Danish Modern design paired with raw, organic shapes and textures.

0 Designer: George Dubinsky of Edgewood Made

Enlightening Light

Enlightening Light

If you’re reading this on your computer right now, chances are you AREN’T one of the vast groups of people lacking electricity (and therefore light) in the world. The Infinite Light is for them! Designed as a replacement for dangerous kerosene lamps, it harnesses the suns energy during the day to provide safe light at night. It actually kills two birds with one stone by using a ready-to-use flexible solar panel and battery system that can be placed directly in discarded plastic bottles. Once inside, it’s protected and ready to use for a lifetime.

0 Designer: Dr. Hakan Gürsu of Designnobis

The Right Spot(Light)

The Right Spot(Light)

Woodspot is hitting us in the right spot! It’s the latest lamp design from Alessandro Zambelli and it’s mmm mmm good! Handcrafted from solid pine, its unique shade serves as both diffuser and support. The resulting profile is both striking and whimsical, certain to be a conversation starter. In playful pastels and natural wood finish, it’s the perfect balance of modern and cozy. DO WANT!

0 Designer: Alessandro Zambelli for Seletti

Lunar-inspired Lighting

Lunar-inspired Lighting

Inspired by the designer’s meditative time on a trip to the desert, the 2 Moons lighting series is a reflection on that bright, full-mooned night. There are always two faces to every moon but we are only able to admire one at a time. In floor and table lamp models, the design pays tribute to the unseen face with sets of two flat “shades.” Each shade is adjustable and can be moved upward and downward to create different configurations.

0 Designer: Nir Meiri

Stealthy Static Motion Lighting

Stealthy Static Motion Lighting

Inspired by aircraft aerodynamics, Aurora is an exploration into the dynamic balance between linear forms and planar shapes. The result is an elegant lighting object with severe sharpness and a slender profile that merge with light to create an illusion of static motion. A sculptural ornament during the day, the design comes alive at night with soothing hues of cyan and blue that mimic a natural aurora phenomenon.

0 Designer: Leonardo Criolani

Configuring The Modular Lights

Configuring The Modular Lights

It is nice to see some clean lines and minimal wires in a lamp. The P.Lamp’ is an easy to assemble modular pendant lamp. It does away with the exposed wires and completes the circuits just by the connection between lamps. Slim, sleek and very chic!

0 Designer: Ivan Zhang

Multifunctional Moon-like Lighting

Multifunctional Moon-like Lighting

Subinay Malhotra’s No.22 lighting series merges natural shapes and materials with modern multifunctional technology to form a collection that’s as organic as it is other-worldly. Crafted from lightweight gypsum, each design can be used a table, floor or pendant lighting accent… but it’s really what’s inside that counts. Aside from efficient LEDS, each is embedded with not only the latest wireless technology to be controlled via a smartphone app, but a Bluetooth hard drive for a secret data storage solution. Forget the cloud, save your stuff in the moon!

0 Designer: Subinay Malhotra

Fabulous Fuzzy Lamp

Fabulous Fuzzy Lamp

This design, called MOU, combines flexibility, magnetism and light to form an adorable and incredibly versatile lamp you can use almost anywhere! A unique material blend of soft felt, elastic, wood and plastic, the design can be twisted and turned to the user’s liking or depending on necessity. Mount it on the wall with the magnetic base to highlight your favorite art, or stand it up on your desk for working. Leave it plugged in or take it with you wirelessly thanks to its USB charging system. DO WANT!

0 Designer: Miłosz Cichoń

Interactive Illumination

Interactive Illumination

The Infinity Light is an interactive lighting solution that you can control with your hands all without touching! How? Its integrated motion sensors detect movement and gestures. Simply move your hand in and out of the oval quickly to turn on or off. To change the intensity, leave your hand inside for 2 seconds and move up or down.

0 Designer: Scarpia

Road Safety Light

Road Safety Light

The Flexi-Safety Light features a flexible form that makes it adaptable in a construction environment. Intended for areas where roadwork is being carried out, the lights can be synchronized to flash, strobe, or flash in a linear sequence. This function is especially helpful in diverging traffic as well as forewarning drivers of the upcoming hazards.

0 Designer: David Gatfield

Minimal Pop Lighting

Minimal Pop Lighting

Graph is the über-minimalistic lamp from German design team form|knast that’s made for multitasking. Thanks to a design language of reduced form, its simple yet effective shape makes it possible to position a number of ways everywhere from the floor to the bookshelf. In red, blue, green, grey, black and white, there’s a color to match every mood! Get it here!

0 Designer: form|knast

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