Don’t be fooled by the VANITY pendant lamp’s name… because it’s not as fancy as it sounds, which is exactly its appeal. The angular, seemingly complex shape is actually a single sheet of felt material creatively folded to form a sharp-looking shade. Flat-pack ready and easy to transport or store, it’s an easy and efficient choice for a illuminating living spaces.
The Bullet lighting collection celebrates the versatility of an age-old material, yet one that isn’t commonly used in lighting… concrete! The coneal shape of each shade makes it a great pendant option but can also be positioned on the floor or shelf for directional lighting. A spectrum of vibrant color options give this otherwise stark designpouts the right amount of pop.
Designers: Itai Bar-On & Oded Webman
The neo-retro design of the MOB lamp series was inspired by mopeds of the sixties and nods to members of the mod subculture who rode them. MOB VELVET contrasts gold with textured black that’s soft to the touch, while MOB WOOD features matte white against raw ash. Each signature “headlight” is equipped with a low voltage halogen bulb and spherical metallic reflector for high brightness despite being only 20 watts.
Named after everyone’s favorite legume, the LightBean is a simple and fun pendant that will brighten any interior. Its large bulb isn’t just a source of light, but an integral part of its playful shape. Machine made for precision and hand finished with care, it’s available in natural and black oak with 12 colorful cords to choose from. Adorbs!
Designer: Katerina Kopytina
Appropriately named the “Mechanical Light,” this industrial desktop lamp is stripped down to the bare minimum for a stark, minimal, yet fun and brightly colored look! Intuitive and easy to move, its functionality is obvious in its simplistic lever form that uses a weighted balance to achieve the user’s desired angle. It’s cool, industrial style is a perfect compliment to both the modern and classic office space. Check out its sweet moves after the jump —>
Designer: Julia Kononenko
Inspired by paper origami, the Folded lighting series by Ariel Zuckerman folds, stretches, and twists wooden veneer sheets to create impossible-looking three dimensional shapes. The acrylic veneer makes the most of the material’s flexibility and proves to be a visual peculiarity with its wooden texture. In chandelier, table, floor and wall lamp variations, there’s a simultaneously geometric and organic option for any area of the home.
Designer: Ariel Zuckerman
The Fluida lamp earns its namesake from the flexible, fluid form of the bendable LED strip at its center. The two magnetic bases at each end can be set in a variety of positions to vary the direction and projected size of the light depending on the user’s need. Compact and customizable, this versatile concept is ideal for small workspaces!
Designer: Studio Natural
In daylight, the MEOLA lamp series serves as a sculptural object, reflecting natural light and movement on its silvery surface. At night, however, it comes alive as a vibrant luminaire and spatial focal point, dispersing a delicately diffused light from within the chrome coated surface. No doubt about it, they have a weird, quirky aesthetic… perfect for the ultramodern interior.
Designer: Max Ptk
No specific shape can be used to describe the Amorphous Lamp, and that’s precisely its appeal! The irregular and multifaceted yet thoughtfully crafted shape is achieved by linking various sized sheets of frosted white polycarbonate on a base of faceted raw wood. Its unique, angular aesthetic changes with just a simple turn.
Nir Meiri’s new Slim collection features furniture and light objects that follow the same skinny morphology. Users can admire the traditional construction through exposed joints and visible connections between the raw wood legs and tabletops. A perfect compliment to the minimal table structures, desktop lamps adapted specifically for the series give the illusion of continuation in the legs and expand upwards to illuminate the surface.
Designer: Nir Meiri
The Soft Impression lamp is a desktop novelty thats only aim is to cheer up your day! Its shade is the worldwide symbol for happiness- a yellow smily The balloon acts as a shade over the light source and can be inflated and deflated to various sizes of the user’s liking by using a simple squish pump. As an added bonus, you can use it as a punching bag when coworkers are on your nerves!
Designer: Oyi Ya