Lanky Lighting

Lanky Lighting

Noneli is an LED floor lamp with a simple, harmonious shape that unveils a charming personality. The contrast between the solid, robust base and the ultra-thin graphic stem is further emphasized by materials of ash wood and tubular steel. At once a sculptural element and lighting object, it’s a stylish addition near the sofa, in a reading corner, or over a work desk. Get it here!

0 Designer: Auriga Studio for Formabilio

Open to Light

Open to Light

As a tribute to books (remember those?), the SIVU table lamp utilizes an intuitive folding action to activate and deactivate its light source. However unconventional, the design is practical and that it takes up little space in its closed form and is highly adaptable for casting diffused light in one or more desired directions simply by adjusting its width. Crafted from solid walnut, leather and plexiglass, it’s as dapper as it is durable making it a perfect desk top accessory.

0 Designer: Simo Lahtinen

Reveal the Light

Reveal the Light

The Brick Lamp is ultra-minimal without a cord or switch in sight! As straightforward as its aesthetic, the light functions with one simple motion. To turn on, lift up – to turn off, lay down. The objective: to catch the moment of light! See how it works —>

0 Designer: HCWD Studio

A lamp to outshine others

A lamp to outshine others

The Suli lamp looks like it was crafted by nature. Nature has a tendency to leave us floored, and this lamp does that effortlessly. The lampshade is made out of wooden veneer sheets that rotate on a common axis, allowing you to open or close the lampshade, depending on how much light you want.

0 Designer: Kacper Holenderski

Minimalism 101

Minimalism 101

Who even concerns themselves with DIY anymore? Modern day electronics have become so unjustly complicated, you can’t sit with your spanner and screwdriver and fix stuff anymore. Anyone who’s actually assembled a product, or pulled it apart and put it back together will agree that there’s an innate joy in engaging with a product on that level. The Kavo Lamp is your first step towards experiencing that joy. Even with its minimal approach, the end result is gosh-darnit attractive. And it won’t take you much time to put together!

0 Designer: Haim Evgi

Infinitely Inspired

Infinitely Inspired

İbrahim Özen’s Inspiration light finds its inspiration in infinity! (Say that 10x fast.) Bordered by a geometric, multifaceted frame, the central hexagon light source gives the illusion of a never-ending tunnel, similar to how one might look into multiple mirrors with a continuously reflected image. Watch it come to life in the video after the jump!

0 Designer: İbrahim Özen

A literal SUNflower

A literal SUNflower

A lot has been written about the flower blooming. Romantics have spent centuries penning ballads on the way a bud blossoms into a flower. The BLOOM lamp is aesthetic biomimicry at its best. Think about it, flowers bloom for sunlight, the lamp blooms to provide light. Poetic, isn’t it??

0 Designer: Constantin Bolimond

Tilt-a-Light

Tilt-a-Light

MOW is the beautifully simplistic box light that’s minimal in form and interactive in functionality! You won’t find any buttons or cords; instead, you can manipulate the on/off modes as well as the light intensity by simply turning the multifaceted body to a different side. Its even possible to change the RGB LED’s color with user-defined gestures.

0 Designer: Emilie Deltort

Capsules of Light

Capsules of Light

The Ignite light is a fresh take on the emergency torch that strays from the bulky body, opting for a sleeker yet equally effective form. The modular design is intended for a multitude of purposes, including power outages, roadside breakdowns, or recreational camping. Simple separate the two halves of the capsule to automatically activate the LEDs. One half provides a directional beam for spotlighting and the other a diffused glow for reading or illuminating a dark workspace.

0 Designer: Saumya Arora

A Second Chance

A Second Chance

As the name suggests, “A Second Chance” is the latest upcycle project for the VitrA brand that breathes new life into factory waste components. Derived from discarded basin mixer handles, oak elements are added to complete the handles and hold individual candles. The oak box base supports the handles for easy carrying and doubles as storage for additional tea lights.

0 Designers: Meriç Kara & Serda Çamlı

This Retro Tube Clock is WINNING

This Retro Tube Clock is WINNING

Looking at the clock after it’s already shown you the time is a total snooze. We have time-telling products all around us but we only tend to notice them when we need tbem. Blub Uno is a desk clock which holds its own as both an object of function when you need it and of beauty when you don’t! The individual glowing numbers, housed in a glass cylinder, are a beautiful alternative to the common digital and analogue displays we’re so used to seeing.

0 Designer: Duncan Hellmers

The light that does lots!

The light that does lots!

However minimal, this home lighting concept packs major multifunctionality into its compact form. Its many features include an 80DB speaker driver with passive bass, built-in microphone for mobile calls, 2 hidden USB ports for charging devices, wireless smartphone syncing, a haptic button that allows you to take/ignore calls or disengaging the phone’s alarm clock, and finally… a color-adjustable light customizable to thousands of different hues! Yessss! But will it blend?!

0 Designer: Patrick O’Connell

Hang in there!

Hang in there!

One thing that still amazes me about product design is that sometimes a good product can be painfully simple, yet strikingly alluring. The Little Bishop Pendant Light Hook embodies that aforementioned fact. It replaces the ugly hooks you use to hang your lights from the ceiling, and looks so voguish, the way it ‘wears’ the electrical cord like a muffler!

0 Designer: Antony Richards

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