Inspired by the iconic Russian wood doll Matryoshka, this playful lamp collection combines tradition and modernity in a unique way! A gentle, feminine aesthetic provides warmth and coziness to modern ambience. The minimalistic design can be used as a single light source or as a cluster to form a sculpturesque pendant. In oak, beech and porcelain models, there’s a finish for every style of room.
The Herba lamp, designed for the Bertolucci brand, is actually 5 lights in 1, and takes inspiration from natural fiber geometries derived from biomimetic observation. Raw copper tubes are contrasted with matte white acrylic on which LED light is projected to create an evenly diffused glow perfect for reading or ambience.
Designer: Atelier Marko Brajovic
The multifunctional iSpot is both a table lamp and a nifty place to charge your iPhone! On one side of the top you can prop your phone at a comfortable viewing angle while charging it… on the other side you can adjust its bright LED light to your liking just by twisting the lens like a camera focus.
Designer: Michael Samoriz
The Blub clock pairs retro tech with modern aesthetics, making it a stylish addition to any desk, shelf or bedside table. The time is displayed on four glass nixie tubes, and its numbers give off a beautiful, warm, orange glow. Blub runs off a simple wall plug and the time is easily set using only two buttons.
Designer: Duncan Hellmers
Roberto Paoli’s award-winning Tru lamp explores the interplay between what is visible and what is not, using critical geometries and material so inconsequential that it’s almost invisible when turned off. Positioned discretely in its environment (resting on less than one square decimeter), the force of its LED light is surprisingly powerful. It’s this contrast that gives the illusion of intense luminosity sprung from structural void.
Designer: Roberto Paoli
They call it the Magic Lamp but, truthfully, it’s much too smart of a design to be anything magic! It combines the age-old magnetism with modern LED technology, applying both to a beautiful and functional fluid form. Using a rare earth permanent magnet, the lighting unit can glide and turn along the curved double track to achieve the perfect angle for working or simply setting the mood.
Welcome to Nexus World – a place where light rules and carbon fiber, silver and glass are the only elements to be found. This conceptual lighting series explores spacial dynamism with an expansive array of otherworldly designs that are unique from one to the next. The collection finds harmony in material likeness, but otherwise, they couldn’t be more different. Which of the 16 suits you?!
Designer: Jerome Olivet
The simplistic, spherical pendant is one of my favorite choices for lighting a room. so the more the merrier! The Multiball system is a cloud-like cluster of different size spheres that seem to float in mid air. Perfect for larger spaces, the light compositions (available in 5, 8, or 12 spheres) can be shaped and tailored to suit any interior area.
Designer: Roberto Paoli
The peculiar Lampslamp is a true oddity in the world of lighting. Not just because of its ultra-flexible, even wobbly shade, but because of what’s actually inside the shade… burned out bulbs. Yes! It’s like a pink jellyfish ate your old light bulbs and now they’re permanently suspended in its belly! Strange, but definitely a statement, nonetheless!
VOX is a the ultimate addition to any bedroom that aims to maximize your sleep schedule! Ideal for couples, the system features directional lighting and speakers so individual users can enjoy their favorite TV show, read a book, or snooze the alarm without disturbing the other. Its “personal assistant” feature will also read your emails, tell you the traffic and weather, or keep you up to date on your social media while you get ready in the morning!
Designer: Fábio Martins
The Ninebyfour lamp is a combination of neglected local natural resources and the advantageous LED tube light! The minimalistic design is crafted from local Amsterdam elm trees that are cut down due to illness and would otherwise be used as firewood. Using trees that passersby might have enjoyed at one time forms a deeper connection and ensures that no two fixtures are alike despite their archetypical form.
The EM (ElectroMagnetic) table explores lesser known aspects of energies and electromagnetic interactions. In short, the table produces a localized electromagnetic field that’s capable of lighting nearby fluorescent tubes without any physical contact. More of a light source than a table, users can now interact with invisible electric energy. Check out the vid to see it in action!
Designer: Florian Dussopt