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wireflow 0300
designed by: Arik Levy
Wireflow designed by Arik Levy. A sculptural luminaire that reinterpets and puts a completely new twist on
the classical chandelier. Its elegant structure allows combinations of the enhanced black electrical wires
and lacquered metal rods to create large, visually dynamic chandeliers and sculptural luminaires. Using
the Create your Product Configuration tool, the design can be modified to create a unique solution for
every project. available at:
vibia.com

led8
designed by: Mikko Karkkainen
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LED8 is an ideal lamp for any modern interior, from offices and homes to hotels and lounge
environments. It is especially functional as a desk lamp, providing superb lighting for working
purposes. LED8 is available with the groundbreaking Qi Wireless Charging technology, which
enables the lamp's surface to be used for charging mobile devices wirelessly. Available in
walnut, oak, birch, black and white. available at:
ylighting.com
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goggle wall lamp
designed by: Ross Lovegrove
Iridescent colors and reflections for a wall lamp inspired by the shape of swimming goggles
and the mirror treatment of sports eyewear lenses. Goggle is an elliptical lamp in opaline
polycarbonate that can be fixed to the wall at a normal or tilted angle, singly or in rows,
to create a lively cluster of lights. The color variation of Goggle’s flat surface is created solely
by the different angle from which it is observed. The lamp’s color changes are in fact caused
by an iridescent film that exploits in-mould decoration technology to become an integral
part of the diffuser.  available at:
luceplan.com

nuage
designed by: Philippe Nigro
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Nuage thanks to the special nature of its design and
its brand new combination of light and shade, plays,
just as optical art, with different perceptions of a
figure, Nuage produces a light effect on the walls
or the ceiling that changes according to your point
of view. Celing lamp with reflected and diffused light,
the shell-shaped diffuser, made of injection-moulded
translucent opaline polycarbonate, and the 5 pre-
assembled plates of two different sizes are made
of matt batch-dyed ABS. Pre-marked outlets in the
diffuser allow for the passage of an electrical cable
for multiple configurations powered by a single
power point. available at:
foscarini.com

altus
designed by: Nick Sheridan
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The Altus is a robust and masculine fixture that also carries an air of elegance and subtle
proportion. It has the mass and impact to anchor a space while still showing balance and
grace. It is always exciting to see how the solid wood trunk comes out; admiring the wood
grain all the way through. available at:
cernogroup.com

arc wall lamp 52"
designed by: Allied Maker
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This fixture features a hand spun brass dome and premium grade brass arm that swivels on the wall
with a premium-grade wooden handle. The handle itself is turned on a lathe and finished with
natural oils. Made in USA. available at:
alliedmaker.com

objective table
designed by: Jean Nouvel
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The character of the object – a tube containing different sets of optics – recalls the lens of a still or movie
camera and its manipulation, with the three different segments housing three different light sources:a)
ambient light coming from the semiopal methacrylate segment, prismatic internal surface while the
external is completly smooth,b) a spotlight focused, from the first head, onto the reading matter or work
surface,c) light pointed upwards from the floodlight in the second head.Instead of leading the eye to
observe different distances in the way that happens with a telescope or a camera lens, the function of
the lamp is obviously to bring the light sources to bear on objects at different distances, illuminating
them properly by establishing the focal ratios best suited to each situation. available at:
artemide.com

colombo | 281
designed by: Joe Colombo 1962
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Joe Colombo's first project for Oluce, the only one worked on together with his brother Gianni. From then
on, the two Colombo brothers clearly separated their fields: Joe left art in which he had shown interesting
promise with "Nucleari", while Gianni no longer worked in design, becoming one of the leading exponents
of the kinetic, programmed movement. The 281 model, created in 1962, was immediately nicknamed
"Acrilica" due to its surprising conspicuousness and exception innovation of the significant curve made
from acrylic. Methacrylate, used for about a decade in the field of lighting, usually in thin sheets that
are cut or thermoformed, found a very particular use here: its thickness and curve meant that, thanks
to its conduction properties, the light from a fluorescent lamp contained within the painted steel base
moved through the transparent body, eventually lighting the head in an incredible way. Due to this
"magical movement", "281" is more a work of kinetic art than a lamp. In 1964, "Acrilica" won the gold
medal at the XIII Triennial in Milan. Marco Romanelli. available at:
oluce.com