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Luminophor reveals the functionality of white LEDs like a close-up. The light head, a diode
emitting blue light, shines on the diffusion disk which converts the blue into white light.
available at:
ingomaurer.com
luminophor
designed by: Till Armbrüster
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The black and white plissé shade has an Art Nuveau feel to it and a hint of the bulb shape is at
the front of the design. The white fabric transfers perfect soft light, and as a whole, this fixture is
perfect for the living room or bedroom as well as receptions. available at:  
irisdesignstudio.com
buenos aires
designed by: Iris Design Studio

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38 is a surrealistically motivated re-exploration of a technique of making originally developed for a previous
project called 28, whereby air is pushed in and out of glass that is intermittently heated and cooled.  In the
case of this project, the technique is stretched to the limits of possibility.  Large glass spheres are blown, and
then a multitude of white cavities are introduced into them haphazardly, intentionally intersecting and
colliding with each other.  Several of these are deep enough to contain earth and succulent and cacti
plantings.  Others are used as housings for lighting elements.  There are two or three lighting elements per
large sphere (which houses either a 10 watt xenon or a 1.8 watt LED), and one or two planters.  Electricity
and suspension are achieved using stiff copper tubing, which is allowed to tangle and crinkle, seemingly
without regard for gravity. Once in a while, these copper tubes loop around satellite white planters,
appearing to have escaped from the confines of the lit clear glass spheres.
available at:
switchmodern.com
38.11 suspension lamp
designed by:  Omer Arbel

sous mon arbre lamp
designed by: Florian Brillet
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Outdoor lamp with an organic shape that is sure to evoke a large flower that becomes a source
of  light at night. With its metal hook treated for outdoor conditions, which can be used if
necessary, it can rest freely on its stand, or be hooked to a branch of a tree, for example.
Lampshade of repoussé, rust-proof phosphate treated aluminum. Silk white Lacquer finish .
Hook of rust-proof phosphate treated steel. Lacquered finish (PU) satin black color.
available at:
ligneroset-usa.com

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There are objects that are part of our visual memory, perhaps because we have seen them in
photos or films but have never asked ourselves what they really mean. For example, those
large flared tubes on the bridge of ancient sailing ships. What exactly are they? Air conduits,
chimneys, megaphones, proboscises? Designers typically wonder about everything and
anything and if the designer is a young woman then these questions can take a very
special form. available at:
foscarini.com
binic
designed by: Ionna Vautrin

curl my light
designed by: Dima Loginoff
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The Curl My Light line was designed by Russian designer Dima Loginoff. This group includes a family
of pendants, table and floor lamps that can be combined in a space or used individually. The
fixtures are made in Italy by slicing a metal cylinder in pieces and then welding the pieces back
together. This manual process is made by expert artisans and machinists to guarantee the highest
quality and workmanship. available at:
studioitaliadesign.com

walnut-maple lamp
designed by: Allied Maker
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An exemplary work of fine wood and craftsmanship, this  lamp is handmade from American
Black Walnut, featuring a seamless birdsmouth joint of Fingered Maple with solid brass
hardware and high-quality black linen or white cotton lamp shade, a black cotton
cord and rubber plug. Made in USA. available at:
alliedmaker.com

IC Lights F
by Michael Anastassiades
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This collection explores balance. There is a series of lights: table lights, wall lights, ceiling pendants
and ceiling mounted lights which take as their basic form a sphere that is perfectly balanced on
the edge of a rod. I came across an online video clip of a contact juggler. He was spinning a set
of spheres, moving them around on his arms and edge of his fingers. And as I got mesmerized by
the magic of his skill, suddenly the spheres look perfectly still. I wanted to capture that exact
moment. This was my starting point. available at:
 flos.com