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  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Sinker Pendant
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Sinker Pendant
    Sinker Pendant is a minimalistic pendant lamp by Wrong for Hay. The formed ABS lampshade with a mat finish in black or grey spreads a warm, soft light. The Wrong for Hay lamps are suitable to be used in offices and in private rooms as well. The Sinker pendant lamp is delivered with a high class, dimmable Megaman bulb. It is available in different sizes and colours, which is the reason why the Sinker pendants can be combined becoming exceptional light arrangements.
  • Flos - AIM LED Cable + Plug
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    Flos - AIM LED Cable + Plug
    A design object as a pendant lamp: The AIM LED Cable + Plug by Flos , made by the design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, questions two fundamental principles of the light design. The first principle is the geometric middle of the light point: Lamps are mostly hanged central in the middle of the room. For the AIM LED Cable + Plug this doesn’t matter anymore since the grounding is achieved through a long cable. For the second principle, both designers have to break with the assumption that the cable is a pure means to an end, and therfore has to be hidden: The AIM by Flos presents a cable forest with impetuous lines and aesthetic function. The head of the AIM LED Cable + Plug can be mounted at any desired height with a changing inclination – this absolute freedom allows unique combinations. The installations, which thereby emerge, remind us already more of an artwork than of a design! The direct, clear light of the Flos lamp is suitable for living rooms as well as to illuminate single objects. In the Cable + Plug version, the lamp by Flos offers also a plug, and therefore can be connected to a socket. As a result, not only completely new options in lighting beyond the classic pendant lamp arise, but the installation is also faster and more flexible, so that the AIM Cable + Plug can quickly change the rooms. The dimmer and on/off switch is placed on the cable. As AIM LED Pendant Lamp , the innovative lamp by Flos is also available as an alternative for the ceiling installation. Flos produces the AIM Cable + Plug out of polished aluminium, ABS and polycarbonate. Thanks to the dimmable LEDs, the AIM pendant lamp is energy-saving and can create different light moods in a room, while the 9 metre cable suits any different suspension variant.
  • Flos - AIM Small LED pendant lamp fix
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    Flos - AIM Small LED pendant lamp fix
    The fixed AIM pendant lamp is the traditional edition of the newish lamp design by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. The fixed AIM pendant lamp is a model which is fixed with a traditional ceiling fixture, which is why it is different than the other editions of the collection, which are freely installed in the room because of the long cable they have. Thereby the AIM isn’t less attractive. The lamp is available indifferent colour with a lampshade made of turned aluminium. Discover the different models of the AIM lamps collection by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Flos.
  • Flos - Skygarden Pendant Lamp
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    Flos - Skygarden Pendant Lamp
    The Skygarden suspension lamps collection has been designed by Marcel Wanders for the Italian lamps manufacturer Flos. Skygarden offers diffuse light and surprises with a pendant lamp unusual material mix: The cupola consists of mechanically treated plaster cast, which acts like an antique stucco with floral patterns. The exterior is available in two glossy lacquered surfaces (black and white) or two matt surfaces (rust brown and gold). Skygarden is available in two sizes (Skygarden 1 / Ø 60 cm and Skygarden 2 / Ø 90 cm) equipped with two different illuminants each one (Skygarden / Halogen and Skygarden ECO / fluorescent lamp). The illuminant inside of the copula is covered by a diffuser out of double, mouth blown opal glass whose lower end displays a laser-cut metal pattern. If one believes Marcel Wanders’ explanations, the Skygarden pendant lamp was inspired by the stucco ceilings in his house: ”There were astonishing antique ornamented stucco ceilings in my ancient house. I called them my Skygarden. It looked good all the time – completely without green thumb and without any kind of care. It didn’t need water or sunlight and lived only with the warm beams of the electric light among it. I liked it that much, that I couldn’t leave it behind when I moved away. I had to find a way of taking it with me into my new home. So I took my tools and stole it from the roof. This fabulour piece of history is now hidden in a small architectural area in the core of my new home, where I can share it with friends. If you don’t tell anybody about that, I can also share the secret with you”. Marcel Wanders.
  • Formagenda - Tape Wall Lamp
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    Formagenda - Tape Wall Lamp
    Minimalist, lightweight but still with powerful charisma, the Tape Wall Lamp by Formagenda sets highlights in the room: Like a paper tape in the air, the Tape Wall Lamp literally seem to hover. Tape is a wall lamp which convinces twice: Technical and formal. In spite of its slim structure of only 3 mm strong metal, the latest LED technology finds its place in the Formagenda Tape Lamp. With its indirect light and the warm luminous colour (2700K), Tape creates a warm and homelike atmosphere. Formagenda manufactures the Tape Wall Lamp of aluminium. Thanks to its trend-setting LED technology, the wall lamp designed by Benjamin Hopf is also dimmable. On request, there are further colours available.
  • Foscarini - Havana Floor Lamp
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    Foscarini - Havana Floor Lamp
    Havana is a floor lamp, which resembles a cigar. In 1993 the production of Havanna was like a little revolution for Foscarini. Before the designer Jozeph Forakis had the idea for Havana, the Italian company had always made its lamps from glass. Havana, a big cigar swinging in the air, was also initially meant to be made of glass. However, after the ones responsible at Foscarini had seen the design by Forakis, they agreed with the designers to use plastic (polyethylene) as a suitable material. Polyethylene turned out to be the right choice for this lamp, which was meant to be fresh and light, open and versatile. Also, Jozeph Forakis had the idea to produce the lamp with separate segments so that its design could be expressed more clearly. The light of the Havana is pure, simple but not banal. It is meant to light a certain area of the living room optimally. Design, material and idea soon also appealed at the New York Museum of Modern Art and the Havana became part of the permanent exhibition. The Havana floor lamp is also available in yellow and ice, as well as with a chromed frame and with a dimmer, as an outdoor, wall or pendant lamp.
  • Flos - AIM Small LED pendant lamp
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    Flos - AIM Small LED pendant lamp
    The main idea behind the AIM pendant lamp was to offer a lamp, which was able to work with many different light adjustments. The total cable length fo 9 meters makes the AIM lamp usable like a liana to be fixed at a maximum distance of 3 meters to the ceiling. A pivoted illuminant and a dimmer switch at the cable make the light adjustable according to the event. AIM is a development of the lamp “Liana”, presented in the gallery Kero in Paris in 2010, by the design dup Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: ”We developed a lamps typology, which makes it easier to be adjusted in height, to be positioned wherever the user wants to in the room – like a plant.” More details: Lamp’s body made of turned aluminium, coated with liquid lacquer. Diffusor made of optical polycarbonate with photoengraving. Interior reflector made of photoshoot ABS.
  • Marimekko - Valoisa Table Lamp
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    Marimekko - Valoisa Table Lamp
    The designer Harri Koskinen developed a new kind of light on the Marimekko Collection with the table lamp Valoisa. The company, which is known for colourful textile designs, presents different table lamps included in the Valoisa Collection. The Valoisa (Fin. Light) table lamp is part of a collection guided by the phrase: “It's darkness that shows the light.” The glass lamp is made of two parts. One transparent base and a dyed shade in white or purple (only the small edition). The dyed shade is the reason for the damped, soft light. It is ideally suitable for an atmospheric light situation in the living room and bedroom.
  • Menu Design Menu - Reade Table Lamp
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    Menu Design Menu - Reade Table Lamp
    Reade is a table lamp by Menu, which has been inspired by the 30s glamour of New York. The shape of the Reade lamp emerged (as well as the other products of the Tribeca series), when the designer Søren Rose travelled through the USA. He was looking for classic lamps and how they were translatable into modernity. Rose collected many single pieces which he re-combined and created a contemporaneous, dynamic expression. Table lamp in the industry-chic style The Reade lamp brings a powerful character into the own four walls as an artful piece of design inside of a retro-style. The lamp has an expressive own personality between glamour and industry-chic. This is the reason why Reade is an integral part of the Tribeca series, which was named after the New York districts. Tribeca isn’t only poplar because of the ancient industry, but because Søren Rose has is studio there as well. Menu produces the Reade lamp out of brass or powder coated steel. The illuminant can be chosen by the user, which is how the expression is even more individualized. The Warren lamp and the Leonard chandelier are also available out of the Tribeca Collection.
  • Menu Design Menu - Leonard Chandelier
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    Menu Design Menu - Leonard Chandelier
    Leonard is a chandelier by Menu, which has been inspired by the 60s glamour of New York. The shape of the Leonard pendant lamp emerged (as well as the other products of the Tribeca series), when the designer Søren Rose travelled through the USA. He was looking for classic lamps and how they were translatable into modernity. Rose collected many single pieces which he re-combined and created a contemporaneous, dynamic expression. Pendant lamp in the industry-chic The Leonard lamp brings a powerful character into the own four walls as an artful piece of design inside of a retro-style. The hanging ceiling lamp has an expressive own personality between glamour and industry-chic. This is the reason why the Leonard lamp is an integral part of the Tribeca series, which was named after the New York districts. Tribeca isn’t only poplar because of the ancient industry, but because Søren Rose has is studio there as well. Menu produces the Leonard chandelier out of massive brass or powder coated steel. The bulb can be chosen by the user, which is the reason why the expression can easily be individualized. The Reade table lamp and the Warren lamp are also available out of the Tribeca Collection.
  • Menu Design Menu - Warren Lamp
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    Menu Design Menu - Warren Lamp
    Warren is a lamp by Menu, which has been inspired by the 30s glamour of New York. The shape of the Warren lamp emerged (as well as the other products of the Tribeca series), when the designer Søren Rose travelled through the USA. He was looking for classic lamps and how they were translatable into modernity. Rose collected many single pieces which he re-combined and created a contemporaneous, dynamic expression. Wall lamp in the industry-chic style The Warren lamp brings a powerful character into the own four walls as an artful piece of design inside of a retro-style. The lamp has an expressive own personality between glamour and industry-chic. This is the reason why Warren is an integral part of the Tribeca series, which was named after the New York districts. Tribeca isn’t only poplar because of the ancient industry, but because Søren Rose has is studio there as well. Menu produces the Warren lamp out of brass or powder coated steel. The wall lamp swings horizontally. No wall-light connection is necessary for electricity, since the lamp has a cable at the base. The illuminant can be chosen by the user, which is how the expression is even more individualized. The Reade table lamp and the Leonard chandelier are also available out of the Tribeca Collection.
  • Menu Design Menu - Peek Table Lamp
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    Menu Design Menu - Peek Table Lamp
    The Menu Peek table lamp was designed by the Swedish designer Jonas Wagell. The table lamp has many practical qualities, like the dimmer and the tray. The floor lamp should complete the sofa which has been designed by Wagell some years aho. “I find it that floor lamps often are big and quite dominant in interiors.”, explained the designer. “I needed a lamp which was small and humble and simply “popped up” where you needed some light. The Peek lamp has a heavy base with a long slender stem and a shade which gracefully peeks over the back of a sofa or armchair.” Table lamp with dimmer and tray The Peek table lamp accords to floor lamps regarding the shape and silhouette, but with smaller proportions. The lamp by Menu is suitable to be used as reading lamp, desk lamp or as lamp on the bedside table. The base of the table lamp has a concave top, which serves as bowl for desk articles, earphones, jewellery or other small items, and the top of the neck is used as dimmer. Jonas Wagell explains about his design: “Although the form derives from a functional requirement I believe it’s important that the lamp has a clear and personal expression. I strive to create simplistic objects and products that are intuitive and easy to understand. In essence, the Peek lamps only consist of three parts – base, stem and shade. The form is reduced to a necessity and the expression becomes iconic.”
  • Menu Design Menu - Bollard Lamp
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    Menu Design Menu - Bollard Lamp
    The Menu Bollard is an innovative lamp by the US-American designer Shane Schneck. It can be used in different positions. Shane Schneck wants to connect the spheres of design and technology, because he questions industrial benchmarks and wants to discover new solutions for contemporaneous living. Bollard is an intelligent practice example for his approach. Unlimited possibilities The Menu Bollard lamp might look like a normal pendant lamp on the first sight, but the clever clip and base are the reason why the lamp can be used in many different positions – the possibilities are unlimited. It can be used as common pendant lamp hanging from the ceiling, but it can also become a spotlight by means of clipping the cord into the lateral support. If it is placed on its base, the Menu Bollard can also be used as projector or as direct flooder when it is laid on top of a shelf. The light of the Bollard is glare-free and soft, since it has a mat diffuser. Bollard is a versatile lamp, which fits in homes, offices or cafés alone or in groups. Thanks to the unusual 350 cm cord, the light can easily be adjusted.
  • Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Oda lamp small
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    Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Oda lamp small
    Oda is a light reservoir, a glass made light balloon with industrial charm. The pictures of Bernd and Hilla Becher and the industrial constructions and water towers displayed on them were the source of inspiration for these exceptional forms. The mouth-blown glass body of the Oda lamp is connected with a simple metal base made of powder coated steel. The materials are often used by the designer Sebastian Herkner, who works with exciting re-interpretations for homes that are revolutionary and eye-catching. Oda is available in three sizes and it is therefore suitable for the table and as decoration on the ground, being a lamp to talk about. The 3 metres cable keeps the lamp flexibly movable, to change its place if desired. The Pulpo Oda lamp is available in further colours and sizes.
  • Artek - A 330S Golden Bell Pendant Lamp
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    Artek - A 330S Golden Bell Pendant Lamp
    Alvar Aalto, the Finnish designer and architect designed the Golden Bell Pendant Lamp A 330S from Artek in the 1930s. Alvar Aalto and his wife Aino Aalto had the charge to shape the interior fitting of the Helsinki Savoy Restaurant. The elegant Pendant Lamp Golden Bell became part of the accommodation. Furthermore it was shown at the Finnish world exposition Pavilion in Paris. The Golden Bell light is delimited by the tight umbrella at its lower border. The light can spread out through the circular arranged decent holes at the same time. The light that shines through forms a bright corona, for a special atmosphere. The lamp was initially formed from a single brass piece. Besides the brass model, there are white painted steel and chrome types available today. The A 330S Pendant Lamp appears completely with a contact plug to the roof and a white synthetic, 2.5 m long cable. The manufacturer Artec suggests for the Golden Bell Pendant Lamp illuminant a 40 W bulb with an E 27 bulb fitting, or an energy-saving lamp with 7 W.
  • Muuto - Wood Lamp Table Lamp
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    Muuto - Wood Lamp Table Lamp
    The Wood Lamp Table Lamp by Muuto displays a knowingly complement to the most high modern table- and working lamp on the market. The designer intentionally made the lamp angular and "raw" and describe it as "Low-Tech". All details of the wood lamp were accordingly pragmatically chosen and even in screws which combine the single parts are all visible. On the wood lamp it becomes apparent how a lamp is held together and out of which it has to be made, to have the known functions like a adjustable arm and head. The visibility of the elements is always planned and demonstrates an intentional style in a technical high developed world. Regarding the function, this table lamp works like other working lamps and desk lamps. But the unusual Wood Lamp can also be used as solitary and as decoration element. Through this rustic design and the simple production method, the Wood Lamp gets a profound personality. With that it becomes a welcome change to all flat and high technical and futuristic effective table lamps.
  • Formagenda - Coppola Pendant Lamp
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    Formagenda - Coppola Pendant Lamp
    The Coppola Pendant Lamp by Formagenda wins over with its special design its easy function: The shade of the Coppola is swivelling freely in all directions. Consequently, the light of the LED module can be rotated in any desired position, e.g. First in the direction of the dining table, later of the cosy lounge. Due to its swivelling shade, the light of the Formagenda Coppola Pendant Lamp can either be used direct or indirect. With its 3 LEDs, the pendant lamp creates a warm and pleasant light (2700K). Additionally, a further special feature is the availability of colour versions: The Formagenda Coppola is available both in white with a golden reflector or in gold with a white reflector. The version with a golden reflector creates particularly warm light atmosphere. Designed by Christophe de la Fontaine, Formagenda manufactures the Coppola out of ceramics. The textile cable of the pendant lamp completes the elegant appearance.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Bell Pendant Lamp
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    Normann Copenhagen - Bell Pendant Lamp
    Bell is a pendant lamp in an icon-like bell shape and equipped with lovingly worked details. The apparent impression is robust, the form simple. With its soft, rounded surface, the lamp looks as if cast. Instead of hiding it, the connection between cable and luminous corpus is modernly and unusually emphasized. The designer Andreas Lund and Jakob Rudbeck also focused on the design of the suspension at the Bell Lamp. By the contrast between the materials, a modern lamp emerges, Bell is a direction lamp, which changes its character and transmits new impressions depending on what side of it is seen. The bright inner part reflects the light that spreads cone-like and which offers good illumination, for example on top of working desks. Andreas Lund and Jakob Rudbeck explain: “Suspensions or connections between cable and lamp often aren’t design-toppings but rather necessities. We have emphasized just these connections and focused on the lamp’s body while designing the Ball Lamp. Light has a unifying form, as well as the bell, regarding it historically, by its sound that connects people. With its bell form, Bell can also be used in the design of a comfortable oasis in rooms where everyone comes together.”
  • Artek - A 110 Hand Grenade Pendant Lamp
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    Artek - A 110 Hand Grenade Pendant Lamp
    Alvar Aaltos Pendant Light A110 from Artek, also known as Hand Grenade was designed in the year 1952. The worldwide known architect initially designed the lamp for the Finnish Engineer association building. Shortly after that, the same model A110 was used in the Säynätsalo City hall saloon. The Pendant Lamp is a Finnish design classic today. Because of its characteristic thin post and thick head form, that farther reminds of a stick hand grenade, the A110 Lamp gained the cognomen Hand Grenade. The Pendant Lamp A110 appears with a contact plug to the roof and a 2,5m long black synthetic cable inclusive. The lamp consists of black painted aluminum and has a polished brass-ring. As illuminant, the manufacturer Artek suggests for the A110 Pendant Lamp a 60 W bulb with a E 27 bulb fitting, or an energy-saving lamp with 11 W.
  • BeDesign - QBE-Light Pendant / Ceiling Lamp
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    BeDesign - QBE-Light Pendant / Ceiling Lamp
    QBE Light is a design by Bette Eklund of BeDesign. The Scandinavian design is available as pendant lamp and table lamp. QBE Light is made of five acrylic elements of different sizes that surround the lamp like a frame. The different elements of the lampshade are flexibly movable on a vertical metal axis, which is the reason why the light can be adapted to individual moods and demands. This is how QBE Light enables different light situations to be used as glare-free deco light or direct room illumination. Whether in the living room, the corridor or the bedroom – the QBE Light pendant lamp convinces with flexible light regulation and clear design. It invites you to play and experiment, in order to experience the light on a senso-motoric way.
  • Flos - Lounge Gun
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    Flos - Lounge Gun
    Unusual, provocative, socio-critical and political is the Gun Floor Lamp that has been designed by Philippe Starck for Flos in the year 2005. ”Complete republics are going mad. Tyrants are our masters. Constructed, manufactured, sold, dreamed, bought and used, weapons are our new icons. Our whole life worth’s as much as a bullet. The Guns Collection is only a sign of our time. We get the symbols that we worth.” explains the Designer. The inscription on the foot panel of the lamp therefore says “Happiness is a hot gun”. The Gun Collection should call attention to the worldwide weapons export of numerous governments: The golden colour of the Gun Lamp represents the secret agreements between money and war. Therefore the Lounge Gun, whose body recreates a golden M16-Gun, stands symbolically for the agreement of the west-side. The black lampshade symbolizes the death. The crosses at the interior of the shade should remind us of our dead. Thereby the whole Gun Collection enters the context of a kind of memorial for uncountable dead that have been murdered in numerous, profit oriented wars. To underline the intentions of the designers, the manufacturer Flos spends twenty percent of the sales revenue from the Guns Collection to the human rights organization Frères des Hommes, Europe. More details: The Lounge Gun is a floor lamp for direct light (to read) and diffuse illumination. The lamp corpus consists of aluminium die casting, the coating of injection moulding polymer, 18 carat, galvanized matt gold-plated. The diffuser is made out of paper with a matt black plastic coating and a screen printing method gold-plated interior. The electric cable is covered with black fabrics and connected to a black dimmer.
  • BeDesign - QBE-Light Table Lamp
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    BeDesign - QBE-Light Table Lamp
    QBE Light is a design by Bette Eklund of BeDesign. The Scandinavian design is available as pendant lamp and table lamp. QBE Light is made of five acrylic elements of different sizes that surround the lamp like a frame. The different elements of the lampshade are flexibly movable on a vertical metal axis, which is the reason why the light can be adapted to individual moods and demands. This is how QBE Light enables different light situations to be used as glare-free deco light or direct room illumination. Whether in the living room, the corridor or the bedroom – the QBE Light table lamp convinces with flexible light regulation and clear design. It invites you to play and experiment, in order to experience the light on a senso-motoric way.
  • Foscarini - Caboche Pendant Lamp
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    Foscarini - Caboche Pendant Lamp
    The most original ideas emerge when one sees objects with different eyes. Caboche for example comes out of the observation of a pearls bracelet. An idea of Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto becoming a prestigious – better sayd wonderful and even modular lamp. A jewel of creativity, but also of technology. With a single, sphere formed element and a modular, arch-like structure it is possible to create a whole collection of models in crystal or golden editions. If one switches Caboche on, the light comes from the inside into free rooms between the transparent spheres and simultaneously spreads by these ones as many lightened crystals, from the inside. Are these diamonds? No, it is polymethyl-methacrylate. The structure and the spheres out of polymethyl-methacrylate transform Patricia Urquiola’s and Eliana Gerotto’s initial ideas into a pure form of light that can adopt a new expression depending on the point of view. Each sphere faces the light differently and gives it back on most original ways so that it becomes the light source itself. The Caboche collection from Foscarini includes many different lamps. Besides the pendant lamps, there are also ceiling and wall lamps as well as table and floor lamps in different sizes and colours. The Caboche pendant lamps are also available in three different sizes, in yellow-golden or transparent editions as well as with different cable lengths.
  • Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Oda lamp large
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    Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Oda lamp large
    Oda is a light reservoir, a glass made light balloon with industrial charm. The pictures of Bernd and Hilla Becher and the industrial constructions and water towers displayed on them were the source of inspiration for these exceptional forms. The Oda lamp is made of a mouth-blown glass corpus, which is based on a simple metal frame made of powder coated steel. The interplay of the different materials is something the designer likes to transmit in his creations, always impressing with his exciting re-interpretations for homes. The Oda lamp is available in three sizes and it can be used as floor lamp and as eye-catcher for the table. The cable of 4 meters is responsible for the flexibility of the lamp. The Oda by Pulpo is available in further colours and sizes.
  • Foscarini - Plass pendant lamp
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    Foscarini - Plass pendant lamp
    Fascinating light games: The Foscarini Plass suspension lamp interprets traditional glass art based on contemporaneous materials and modern working processes. Plass, whose name is a symbiosis of the words “plastic” and “glass”, is made out of polycarbonate in a rotation molding procedure. The Plass lamp was designed by the Venice designer Lica Nichetto and it means homage to the thousands of years of glass tradition of his hometown. Not only the colours (aquamarine and grey) were inspired by Murano glass and the Venice arts, but also the modern processing, which is untypical for the manufacturing of a lamp, show a very personal product. Here’s the approval: As well as handicraft work with glass, the Plass lamp is marked by unevennesses. These small and individual unevennesses ensure interesting and surprising light effects with the characteristic notches of the Plass lamp. The light is directly bent twice – from large to small and from the outside to the inside. The lamp is available in different colours.
  • Absolut Lighting Desk Lamp - 50W
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    Absolut Lighting Desk Lamp - 50W
    Behind the "simplicity" of the Absolut lamp series are many interesting details hidden: The carbon stick of the lamp lets the foot move in every direction. The lamp head is also rotatable because of a genius fixing. In the head is a detailed-worked roundel made of stainless steel as reflector. The Absolut desk lamp can be ordered as sensor-dimmer or slider. The lamp is 18.5 cm wide and was designed by Michael Rösing. A 12 V 50 W illuminant is included in the delivery.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 3 1/2 - 3 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 3 1/2 - 3 Pendant Lamp
    Lamps designer Poul Henningsen would have celebrated his 120th birthday on the 9th of September of 2014. In order to celebrate this, the Danish design legend PH 3 ½ - 3 by Louis Poulsen is re-edited as special piece in a limited series. The 3 2/1 – 3 pendant lamp is the re-introduction of one of the first products in Poul Henningsen’s famous PF-system, which is based on the 3-shades principle. The pendant lamp was already designed by the Danish in 1929, and its details were already focussed in that time: The PH 3 ½ - 3 lamp is also characterized by being equipped with screw adjustments. The top shade has the rolled edge which makes it look thicker than the material really is, and also represents the method, which is still done by hand at Louis Poulsen. The detailed socket of the Louis Poulsen PH 3 ½ - 3 allows to change the height of the illuminant by 3.5 cm, which ensures perfectly comfortable light. The lamp is completely glare-free and it was designed according to a reflecting three-shades system, which directs the biggest part of the light downwards. The top shade is made of copper with a white inside shade, which ensures downwards directed light. Both opal glass shades spread a bigger light spot, completely using the efficiency of the illuminant. The glass shades are shiny on the outside and matt on the inside. The light, directed downwards, is soft and comfortable. The copper is untreated, so that the lamp develops a unique patina along the years, depending on the place it hangs. If the glossy surface shall remain unchanging, it should be polished with a copper-polish substance with minimal grinding effect. A lamp that that gets its own personality – when it is switched on as well as off.
  • Fatboy - Snacklight
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    Fatboy - Snacklight
    The Fatboy Snacklight is the ultimate companion for the next party, a comfortable eventing in the garden or romantic picnics for two. Since Snacklight is a tray and a lamp at the same time. The specialty: The small table lamp can be fixed at the tray with a magnet. In the middle, at the border or also separatedly, the Snacklight tray and Snacklight lamp are an unusual duo, completing each other excellently. A partnership which can’t only serve meals and drinks and shine bright, but which also encourages interesting conversations. The light of the Snacklight battery lamp is adjustable in three steps – it is charged with a micro-USB-connection (charger included in the delivery package). The suitable snack bowls can’t be missing, of course. That’s the reason why suitable bowls are included in the delivery as well.
  • Nook London - Suspension
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    Nook London - Suspension
    Nook London proves that cables can also surprise again and again. It makes up an unmistakable piece of jewellery, equipped with a simple light bulb. The 3 meters textile cable of the suspension consists of three cords that are turned on themselves. The socket is chrome-plated or coated with brass in order to make up a noble or industrial appearance. The canopy of the Nook London suspension is a black steel board. A Lampshade can be added to the Nook London suspension. But a reduced pendant lamp with unique expression also emerges completely “pure2. The cable can be shortened or equipped with a connector in order to use it near a socket instead of the ceiling.
  • Flos - AIM Small LED pendant lamp cable + plug
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    Flos - AIM Small LED pendant lamp cable + plug
    The AIM lamp by Flos is a revolutionary pendant lamp, which unifies aesthetics and functionality harmonically. The AIM lamp by the brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Flos questions at least two maxims of light design. The first one of these maxims, regarding ceiling lamps, is doubtlessly the geometric centrality of the light source: Pendant lamps must hang high, in the intersection of the diagonal of a room. AIM is different: It moves far from such traditional rules and enables free installations of the light source, regardless of the centre of the room. The pendant lamp can easily be placed at every spot of the ceiling with a hook. It is connected at a plug with the end of the cable. The second maxim refers to the aesthetic of the cables. The cable – a functional traditional element – is upgradet to a central aspect of the lamp with a clear aesthetical shape, by the Bouroullecs. The AIM lamps collection by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec is available in different editions.
  • Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Swing Table Lamp
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    Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Swing Table Lamp
    Iconic, sustainable, environmentally friendly – this is Swing by Objekten. Its plain and minimalist presence was awarded with the iF Award. The reduced design by Alain Berteau takes care that the Swing Table Lamp fits in nearly any ambiance. With its deliberately simple design the table lamp is an optical statement which never appears intrusive. The shape of the Objekten Swing Table Lamp also offers a practical benefit: In no time at all the lamp can be rotated by 270° and changes from a decorative and compact position into a reading position. With 240 lumen and 4000 Kelvin, the light of the Swing Table Lamp offers the ideal brightness and colour temperature for comfortable relaxing and fatigue-proof reading. Thanks to its LED components, the lamp is economical (6.8 W) and sparing to natural resources. Objekten manufactured the Swing Table Lamp of 100 % recyclable copper in Belgium.
  • Kraud - Super-Light Classic Lamp
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    Kraud - Super-Light Classic Lamp
    The Super-Light Classic by Kraud is a very self-confident lamp: Its cable covered with textile mustn’t hide. It is so beautiful that it really can’t get enough of it. The 30m long textile cable is wrapped around the bulb, which hosts a 16W energy saving light bulb. The performance is comparable to a 75W common bulb. The matt illuminant ensures the diffuse ambience light which unfolds beautifully together with other Super-Lights. Super-Light is handmade in Germany, very carefully and love for details as well as all the Kraud design products. The silky matt cable is thereby produced by German traditional companies by order of the designers Yvonne Fehling and Jennie Peiz. The lamps get their form in the sheltered workshops of the Caritas.
  • Suck UK logo Suck UK - Teddy Bear Lamp
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    Suck UK logo Suck UK - Teddy Bear Lamp
    A clever mind: Teddy Bear Lamp by Suck UK is a shiny teddy. No wonder that it spreads warm and soft light. Whether the Teddy Bear Lamp is a cuddly toy or a lamp – the design object by Suck UK is curiously wonderful. Spare a little space for the Teddy in your heart; it will sit quietly on a shelf or on the bedside table. The black lampshade reflects the golden colour of the inside in order to emphasize how golden the bear beneath really is. The fanciful teddy is also illuminated via the included power adapter or also simply via USB. With its soft body, the Teddy Bear Lamp will find a place for it everywhere, without falling. The poor toy bear by Suck UK might have lost its head, but it will therefore delight every room and mood!
  • Georg Jensen - Cobra Table Lamp
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    Georg Jensen - Cobra Table Lamp
    The German designer Constantin Wortmann likes to play with the perception of the observer. His Cobra table lamp made for Georg Jensen looks dynamic and it is a typical example of his transformation vision. Wortmann translated the flowing language of the Collection of Georg Jensen into a new context with his Cobra table lamp. The lamp’s base wriggles upwards like the Cobra of its name. The lampshade of the Cobra table lamp keeps the lateral shining light soft and diffuse, while part of the light beam shines directly upwards and downwards, lighting the room the lamp is in. Table lamp with snake-like vivacity ”Cobra looks like she was fighting gravity, standing up and floating”, explained Wortmann. The table lamp spreads snake-like vivacity. More transformations are possible, especially combined with other products of Georg Jensen’s Cobra collection. The flowing expression of the Cobra objects by Georg Jensen is dynamic on every surface they stand, becoming a stylish furnishing accessory with its functionality.
  • Hem emblem Hem - Kuu Pendant Lamp
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    Hem emblem Hem - Kuu Pendant Lamp
    The Kuu pendant lamp was designed by the duo Kerstin Sylwan & Jenny Stefansdotter and it is made of a recycled sunscreen textiles – for soft, indirect light. The Kuu lamp is made of a total of three parts. The textile shade must be pulled over a star-like frame and over the lamp’s cable. There the shade is pulled closed in the top and the base in order to be draped according to your demands. Please also watch the assembly video about the Kuu pendant lamp by Hem with an easy explanation of the assembly. The textile shade spreads indirect and pleasant light. The Kuu pendant lamp is able to look gorgeous in a group or alone as well. Available in different sizes.
  • Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Oda lamp medium
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    Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Oda lamp medium
    Oda is a light reservoir, a glass made light balloon with industrial charm. The pictures of Bernd and Hilla Becher and the industrial constructions and water towers displayed on them were the source of inspiration for these exceptional forms. The mouth-blown glass body of the Oda lamp is connected with a simple metal base made of powder coated steel. The independent style is responsible for the solitary character of the Oda lamp, which is decorative in bigger rooms as well. The materials are often used by the designer Sebastian Herkner, who works with exciting re-interpretations for homes that are revolutionary and eye-catching. Oda is available in further sizes and colours, acting airy, weightless and iconic with the transparent shades.
  • Gubi - Pedrera table lamp PD1
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    Gubi - Pedrera table lamp PD1
    The Pedrera lamp originated in the middle of the 1950s. At that time it was innovative in its expression and material, and today it is a classic. The through thought and sophisticated design didn’t lose its charm along the years. Pedrera suits perfectly in every living area and it offers the furnishing a smooth and pleasant atmosphere. The small Pedrera table lamp PD1 finds a wonderful place on tables, sideboards and shelves. There it stays at the background and looks discretely like a sculpture with its distinctive expression. When the light is turned on the inner screen spreads a soft and pleasant shine forming a fascinating sample with the outer screen. The Spanish architect Barba Corsini designed the lamp in the year 1953. He was asked to design attic apartments in Gaudis famous living building “La Pedrera” in Barcelona by the real estate company that leads the building. For the Pedrera building, Barca Corini consequently designed thirteen individual apartments that conserved the numbers 1 to 14 because of superstition reasons. Moreover he designed a lamp and furniture series that also contain the Pedrera lamps for these flats. The inspiration for the lamp series from Barba Corsini came from the slim, cylindrical chimneys from the Pedrera building. The Pedrera table lamp that is manufactured by the Danish company Gubi today received his name thanks to its origin.
  • Muuto - Cosy in Grey Table Lamp
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    Muuto - Cosy in Grey Table Lamp
    Cosy in grey – comfortable in an unobtrusive colour, is what the name of the lamp already reveals. Harri Koskinen designed it for Muuto and he wanted the name to explain its meaning: The table lamp offers soft light in the evening, making its surrounding look even more comfortable. ”"The basic idea was to create a lamp series with space and atmosphere. I put my trust in the natural material of glass, in its beauty and its changing reflections. The lamp series consist of a white and grey version that both, in their own way, bring forward the beauty of electrical light. The lamps are at their best in the late evening, creating a cosy mood around them." Harri Koskinen. Cosy in Grey is made of mouth-blown, painted glass, hamd-ground and polished. Cosy is a collection with personality. The dimmer adjusts its light intensity, for moody light situations according to the event. The series includes a white and a grey edition, both celebrating the beauty of light, both available in here.
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Terra Floor Lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Terra Floor Lamp
    The Italian lamps manufacturer Artemide produces the Tolomeo lamp from Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi since 1987. The design duo achieved in designing a trend-setting and extremely successful lamp, which can be found on desks of uncountable architecture offices and agencies today. The successful design of the classic desk lamp from Artemide was transmitted to a floor lamp in this case. The highly flexible frame makes it possible to change the position of the direct light without any problems. The characteristics if the Tolomeo family – simple aluminium appearance and the hat-like shade – are also recognizable in the floor lamps edition. Artemide produces the lamp’s head from Tolomeo Terra out of matt anodised aluminium and the swivel arm as well as the spring-mechanism out of polished aluminium.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Cap Table Lamp
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    Normann Copenhagen - Cap Table Lamp
    Normann Copenhagen presents a functional table lamp with “Cap”, whose playful design has a deeper purpose than maybe initially expected. The German design duo KaschKasch is responsible for the design of the Normann Copenhagen Cap table lamp. The team was inspired by the animated figure Calimero, which is a chicken that has an eggshell on its head. Just that eggshell was the encourager of the idea of the big round lampshade of Cap. The round shape is like a counterweight to the strict geometric design. Reading and ambience light The shade of the Cap table lamp is rotatable and inclinable in order to offer the right light for every situation. According to the demands of the user, the table lamp can serve as table lamp with direct light for the readers amongst us or it encourages a moody ambience with indirect light. Poul Madsen, co-founder of Normann Copenhagen explained about the Cap table lamp: ”Despite of the simple and sculptural shape of Cap, the design is full of personality. The modern shape of Cap, the clever functions and the expressive character – it was love at first sight for us.”
  • Louis Poulsen - Toldbod 120 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Toldbod 120 Pendant Lamp
    With the Toldbod 120 Louis Poulsen fulfils the lamps family with a product that has a completely new concept and thereby he conjured up a fresh breeze in every household. The unique colours concept from the Toldbod 120 is called “North Light” and is oriented by the effect full colour combination of Scandinavian landscape. Let yourself be inspired by rich summer blossoms yellow or the mystic blue of the sea in the morning sun and discover more wonderful nuances. With coloured supplies that underline the colours combination of nature with astonishing contrasts, the small pendant lamp will become a modern eye-catcher for every private home. In case of a desirably less noticeable solution, there are also white supplies available. As addition, Toldbod was equipped with a decorative package. The colour combinations in details: Cloudy White: The clouds offer this version the name. The turquoise surprise gives the special whistle to it. Grey Thunder: A dramatic, matt-rustic edition, where rape fields in a storm were the inspiration for the shape. As an aid, the lamp has napping, structured surface and is given a yellow supply. Misty Blue: This lamp gets its inspiration out of the dawn. Suitable to this, the supply was kept in a purple colour. The Toldbod 120 pendant lamp is also available in a “Black Berries” (black) edition.
  • FontanaArte - Carmen Floor Lamp
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    FontanaArte - Carmen Floor Lamp
    The Carmen floor lamp shines like the scaly dress of a fish, which moves under the water. The floor lamp was designed by Héctor Serrano for FontanaArte in 2011. The mushroom-like shade of the Carmen lamp is made of numerous levels of scales made of white polished metal. FontanaArte Carmen Floor Lamp: Versatile Light Solutions Several bulbs ensure versatile light solutions. The Carmen floor lamp has two faces, since it is able to spread direct light led downwards, and as well, independently it also spreads dimmable light upwards. This transforms the Carmen floor lamp into a multitalented: It is a reading lamp or an accent light with direct light and a ceiling flooder for pleasant ambience and also able to brighten the room if necessary, with indirect light. On the bottom of the lampshade there is a satined diffuser, which keeps the direct light from dazzling. While the main part of the light is directly led downwards, a soft shimmer goes between the single elements of the lampshade and enables unique light effects. Carmen is also available as pendant , table lamp or standard lamp.
  • Artek - U336 Pendant Lamp
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    Artek - U336 Pendant Lamp
    Jørn Utzon designed the U336 pendant lamp for Artek in 1957. The architect started to design the opera of Sydney at the same time. It is clearly recognizable what he concentrated on, during that period. Jørn Utzon cooperated with Alvar Aalto several times back in 1946: “There is no doubt that the time he spent with Alvar Aalto had an influence on the design of the U336 lamp, and on his design work in general. The atmosphere in the office also had an important impact on his later career as an architect and a designer.” The U336 lamp is made of white painted steel. The slim neck of the lamp has an additional collar for the light to shine out of it as well. Both light sources and the innovative design of the U336 pendant lamp will enrich every home. The collar of the lam is available in white, chrome and brass.
  • Design House Stockholm - Block Lamp LED
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    Design House Stockholm - Block Lamp LED
    The Block Lamp is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) since 2000. It was designed by Harri Koskinen in 1996 and it is prepared for the future since Design House Stockholm equipped the lamp with LED technology. The lamp was watered with numerous design awards since it was first presented by Design House Stockholm. Some of the awards are the Excellent Swedish Design (1998), the Design Plus Award (1999) or the Best New Product on the Accent Show in New York (1999). The Block Lamp LED is made of – hand cast – clear glass, which is finished in a complex cool-down process, which is the reason for the illusionary appeal of an ice block. Both glass halves enclose the illuminant (E 14) of the Design House Stockholm Block Lamp LED and ensure moody illumination on the table or the floor of the corridor or the living room.
  • Schneid - Eikon Basic Pendant Lamp
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    Schneid - Eikon Basic Pendant Lamp
    The shapeshifter among lamps: The shade of the Schneid Eikon can be changed and another colour or form can be installed in an instant. Eikon is a system luminaire. It consists of a turned ash wooden head and a removable, interchangeable metal shade. The lampshades are powder coated and can be attached with magnets. This way the appearance of the Eikon can be changed due to the special situation or occasion and can be used in different rooms and living areas. Thanks to the high luminous efficiency, the Eikon is also suitable for lighted work stations. Schneid Eikon: Adaptable and sustainable Different colours and shapes are easily combinable because of their common basic model. The exchangeable shade is able to change the environment at home or in the office on a deciding way. Eikon is delivered with a 2 m textile cable and a “CableCup”. The Eikon pendant lamp promises the highest quality, as well as all the lamp of the German company Schneid, being produced under fair working circumstances. The wood of the lamp comes from sustainable foresting of regional distributors. The Eikon can’t only adapt other colours, but also other shapes: The wide lampshade of the Eikon Shell by Schneid is also suitable for the pendant lamp of Schneid, transforming it into an illumination corpus for bigger rooms. The shades are available as single pieces and the sockets of oak wood or bamboo.
  • Foscarini - Rituals Pendant Lamp
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    Foscarini - Rituals Pendant Lamp
    The Rituals pendant lamp , created by the designers and architects Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for Foscarini , attracts attention because of its plasticity. The lamp moves playfully on the slim path between orient and occident. The challenge was to translate the weightlessness of oriental lanterns into a group of glass lamps. Their special style comes from the special technique of production: The glass is not turned inside of the casting mould (“a fermo”-technique). The special stripes appearance is realized in a special casting mould with negative decorations, which are repeated on the surface. Afterwards the glass is filed by hand and plunged into an acids bath, which offers a plaster look to it. The diffuse light makes the Rituals pendant lamp suitable for different rooms and it re-interprets the magical look of rice paper or of the mulberry tree bark – which is the original material for Japanese lamps – by means of using blown and satined glass on a physical and precious way. Horizontal lines, which run through the surface of the lamps, create a soft and fascinating décor and they also influence the damping of the intensity of the light – and therefore spreading a full, warm and soft light. The paper-like body of mouth-blown glass makes the Rituals pendant lamp suitable to be used alone or in harmonic compositions of several lamps. The Foscarini Rituals is also available as table lamp and as XL pendant lamp.
  • Hem emblem Hem - Levels Pendant Lamp
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    Hem emblem Hem - Levels Pendant Lamp
    Levels is a shapely pendant lamp, which lights the dark alone or together with a group. Whether in the kitchen, in the dining room or for an individual light composition in the living room. What makes the Levels lamp by the design studio Form us With Love special is the exceptional production method. The metal sheets are pressed into a determinate form with a special pressure process. Each lamp finally consists in several components that become a harmonic whole image when they hang. This special construction allows an uncomplicated mounting, a flat transport which consequently saves resources. The Levels pendant lamps are available in different colours and sizes.
  • Kraud - Super-Light Freestyle Lamp
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    Kraud - Super-Light Freestyle Lamp
    The Super-Light Freestyle by Kraud is a very self-confident lamp: Its cable in a textile coating mustn’t hide. It is so beautiful that it really can’t get enough of it. The 20m long textile coated cable is free to be used and wrapped. The Super-Light Freestyle can be installed everywhere because it has a plug and a switch on the cable. The lamp’s head has a 5W energy saving light bulb, the performance accords to a 25W of a common bulb. The matt illuminant ensures diffuse ambience light, which unfolds wonderfully together with some other Super-Light Freestyle lamps. Super-Light is handmade in Germany, very carefully and love for details as well as all the Kraud design products. The silky matt cable is thereby produced by German traditional companies by order of the designers Yvonne Fehling and Jennie Peiz. The lamps get their form in the sheltered workshops of the Caritas.
  • Flos - Shade Pendant Lamp
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    Flos - Shade Pendant Lamp
    The Shade lamp made by the British designer Paul Cocksedge is a light novelty. It is unique in its function being a hybrid out of floor and pendant lamp. Shade re-defines the concept of what we think a “lampshade” is. The fine and nearly invisible wires that fix the shade at the ceiling are responsible for the floating appearance of the lampshade. This is very simple and still effective because of the surrealistic feelings it transmits. Shade is like a mystery. The lamp needs the ceiling and the floor to be stable and it doesn’t seem to be really connect with both of them…! Paul Cocksedge, designer. Shade renounces being like the common lamps systems with cables and joints. Instead it has a paper shade, which is nearly invisibly fixed at the ceiling, and which has a LED fixation on the ground, which lightens the paper lampshade form below. Shade’s name also reveals te interplay of the lampshade with shadows. This name given by Cocksedge refers to the two characteristics of the lamp. Since the height of the lampshade in the room decides about the shadows it spreads on the ceiling. The shadows and the special white light support the surreal character of the Shade lamp. The light intensity can comfortably be decreased to 50% by means of a dimmer. Find more details and completed assembly instructions in the Flos video and the PDF.
  • Schneid - Zappy Pendant Lamp
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    Schneid - Zappy Pendant Lamp
    Inspired by the cone of the French pine, this lamp was designed in 2012. The Zappy stands out with its very high light yield. Cold illuminants get filtered through high quality ash or oak veneer panels, so that any indoor space gets illuminated with sublime light quality. This translucent lamp shade arouses the feel of nature and forest into your home. Its unusual shape suits perfectly above big dining tables and even corridors shine in new splendor. The Zappy pendant lamp was designed by Niklas Jessen and Julia Mülling. The residential lighting is part of the F series of the company Schneid. Zappy has an organic form and appears completely natural because of its used material. It is typically available in untreated ash or oak wood. While the ash veneer has a characteristically brighter colour and a higher luminous efficiency, the oak veneer appears darker whereby its strong and natural wood structure is highlighted and this way the lamp becomes a wonderful light-object. All luminaires of the German enterprise Schneid guarantee highest quality and are produced under fair conditions of work. The used wood comes from sustainable forestry of regional component supplier. The pendant lamp Zappy by Schneid has an E 27 base and are equipped with 2 m of textile cables in white and a high-quality ceiling rose “CableCup”. The lamp is available in two sizes. Winner of the 2 nd prize at the Green Product Awards 2013/2014 in the category Newcomer – home accessories.
  • Louis Poulsen - Aeros Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Aeros Pendant Lamp
    Aeros instantly attracts attention: Ether, floating object that shines through its finely patterned surface and is shielded at the same time. Aeros acts mysterious and possesses a beauty that reminds of Byzantine art. The point of departure for the Aeros design was the organic structures of the bone tissue. The wave formed embossing of the reflector forms a Fibonacci-pattern, named after the Italian mathematician who lived in the beginning of the 13th century. He found mathematical formulas with which he could describe patterns of nature, for example those of the fir cone. Thereby Aeros is ultramodern and its high quality design makes the highest demands to technical manufacture. With its Sculptural beauty, its shielded illuminant and the pleasant light Aeros fulfils all demands of the illumination philosophy from Louis Poulsen. The reflector has been executed with a holes-pattern in the rounded space. The light is directly lead downwards; a small amount however, goes vertically through the holes pattern. That is how Aeros can be suspended relatively low on top of a table, but it can be hanged higher still without disturbing the light-spread. The lamp is suitable for private homes, but also for conference rooms, restaurants, bars and reception areas. Aeros is a product out of the cooperation of the legendary Danish lamps manufacturer Louis Poulsen with the Welshman Ross Lovegrove who doubtlessly counts to the most important product designers of our time. His approach to Aeros is described by Lovegrove as follows: ”In Aeros I tried to catch the thought that went into the design of the Artichoke [legendary Puolsen-Lamp out of the year 1958] 50 years ago and to transfer even that thought into our time with contemporaneous process technology.”
  • Lightyears - Pharaoh Pendant Lamp
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    Lightyears - Pharaoh Pendant Lamp
    Pharaoh is a unique pendant lamp, which has been developed for the beautiful and striking Plumen 001-bulb. The aim of the Lightyears Pharaoh is also to frame and raise the light, avoiding dazzling light and taking full advantage of it at the same time. Besides the accurate, harmonic shape, the Pharaoh by Lightyears impresses with an exceptional and spectacular form. If the lamp is turned off, the lampshade looks like a mirror, reflecting and robust. And in the moment it is switched on, the lampshade adopts the look of a metallic transparency, making the bulb viewable. The path between switched on and off isn’t only exceptional, but it also optimizes the light beam of the bulb. The Pharaoh pendant lamp by Lightyears is made of injection-moulded ABS and aluminium. The stable, textiles-coated cable completes the whole image. Pharaoh is delivered with a Plumen-001 bulb, the first designer energy saving light bulb of the world. Of course, the unique effect of the Lightyears Pharaoh also comes into effect with other light sources.
  • Verpan - Spiral SP01 Pendant Lamp
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    Verpan - Spiral SP01 Pendant Lamp
    The Spiral lamps series has been designed by Verner Panton and it is produced by the Danish company Verpan today. The Spiral lamps are considered to be further developments of the Fun lamp series, which has already been presented by Panton five years earlier (1964). Panton used metal hoops for the Spiral lamp, as well as he did for the Fun lamp, fixing dynamic elements at them using smaller metal hoops. Contrasting the Fun lamp, there are no nacre or aluminium sheets used at the Spiral lamp, but spiral-like elements out of plastic. These name-giving spirals offer a spherical appearance to the lamp, since they are suspended on different levels. The Spiral lamp is available as single lamp with a metal frame or in cluster formations with one to three “lamp bundles” one under another, as well as the Fun lamp. The sculptural lamp is available with differently coloured plastic spirals that offer a different character to the lamp each one of them – from luxurious (gold) over elegant (silicone) up to Pop-Art-Design (multicolour), the Spiral Lamp can therefore be integrated in different furnishing styles that way. The Spiral lamp plays with all our senses as a masterpiece of Panton. The spirals get to move by a slight air beam and the lamp seams to become alive consequently. The light (illuminant E27 max. 75 W) meets the spirals from the inside of the illuminant, and the spirals spread the light in the room in soft rotating movements like wonderful reflections. “Light and colour are tightly connected. (Light-)colours can encourage deciding differences, for example if changing from daylight into artificial light or from powerful into soft illumination. Moreover the colour consciousness of the material’s structure is influenced. Also if a piece of textile has the same colour as a glossy enamel-sheet, both of them act completely different.”, says Verner Panton about the interplay of light, colour and material in design. The Spiral lamps by Verpan are delivered including a chromed baldachin and a black textile cable (400 cm). The spiral elements consist of silver or gold or multicolour cellidor plastics (out of cellulose). The suspension hardware is delivered out of metal. Besides the SP01, the Spiral lamp is also available in the bigger cluster formations SP1, SP2 and SP3 as well as in a smapper edition as Spiral Mini. Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.
  • Artemide - Dioscuri Wall and Ceiling Lamp
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    Artemide - Dioscuri Wall and Ceiling Lamp
    The design of the Dioscuri Parete / Soffitto by Artemide comes from Michele de Lucchi. The multiple awarded designer equipped the spherical wall and ceiling lamp with a mouth blown dome out of glass, which is suitable to be used outside because of the natural qualities of the material. The base of the Artemide Dioscuri Parete /Soffitto is made of thermoplastic resin and therefore weatherproof and the diffuse, pleasant light is enjoyable to sit on the terrace as well as in the living room. The protection class IP 65 even proves that the lamp is protected against splashing water coming from all directions – this isn’t only great for it when it is outside, it makes it also suitable for the bathroom. The Dioscuri Parete / Soffitto can be installed at the wall and the ceiling; this enables wonderful homogeneous light compositions. The Dioscuri wall and ceiling lamp was designed by Michele de Lucchi in 1999 and it is available in four sizes (diameter 14 cm, 25 cm, 35 cm and 42 cm). It is also available as table lamp.
  • Foscarini - Rituals Pendant Lamp
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    Foscarini - Rituals Pendant Lamp
    The Rituals pendant lamp , created by the designers and architects Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for Foscarini , attracts attention because of its plasticity. The lamp moves playfully on the slim path between orient and occident. The challenge was to translate the weightlessness of oriental lanterns into a group of glass lamps. Their special style comes from the special technique of production: The glass is not turned inside of the casting mould (“a fermo”-technique). The special stripes appearance is realized in a special casting mould with negative decorations, which are repeated on the surface. Afterwards the glass is filed by hand and plunged into an acids bath, which offers a plaster look to it. The diffuse light makes the Rituals pendant lamp suitable for different rooms and it re-interprets the magical look of rice paper or of the mulberry tree bark – which is the original material for Japanese lamps – by means of using blown and satined glass on a physical and precious way. Horizontal lines, which run through the surface of the lamps, create a soft and fascinating décor and they also influence the damping of the intensity of the light – and therefore spreading a full, warm and soft light. The paper-like body of mouth-blown glass makes the Rituals pendant lamp suitable to be used alone or in harmonic compositions of several lamps. The Foscarini Rituals is also available as table lamp and as XL pendant lamp.
  • Formagenda - E.T. Table Lamp
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    Formagenda - E.T. Table Lamp
    The table lamp E.T. Is a helpful little friend: It is a pen-holder and lamp at the same time – this is the reason why it is a favourite item on the desk. E.T. Organizes the place. ET doesn’t only ensure a friendly and pleasant atmosphere with its warm light (2700K), but it saves your energy because of the LED-technology. The Formagenda made E.T. Is versatile to be used and ideally suitable for small libraries, entrance halls, children’s desks and for the home office or the office. The unusual lamp was designed by Benkamin Hopf. The lamp’s head is swivelling and the clever Formagenda object looks vivid therefore. The E.T. Is made of powder coated aluminium, in order to remain resistant for many years. The versatile table lamp is available in further colours.
  • Gubi - Bestlite BL1 Desk Lamp
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    Gubi - Bestlite BL1 Desk Lamp
    In the time when it was designed by Robert Dudley Best it was revolutionary plain and for the at that time proportion about a clear and unfamiliar functional design. Probably because of that but also because Robert Dudley Best had closely contacts to Dessau, Weimar and Berlin, it counts as Bauhaus-Lamp. The BL 1 Desk Lamp was designed in 1930. It stood at the desk of the secondly British prime minister Winston Churchill Whitehall and many architects and designers worked under its light. Especially as working lamp, the BL 1 convinces, because it can be adjusted stageless, rotatable and slewable and can light up every corner. Pivotal point and lynchpin are the rotating element on the base and a ball joint at the lamp head. The lamp shade can be put in every wished position, through which the light can be adjusted to how you wanr it. A safe and strong stand makes the heavy ground plate at the foot of the lamp. The Bestlite BL1 Desk Lamp by Gubi is available in different colours.
  • KAISER idell - 6556-T Table Lamp
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    KAISER idell - 6556-T Table Lamp
    The 1930 designed KAISER Idell table lamp 6556-T by Christian Dell embodies the style of the Bauhaus movement of that time. The lamp is characterized by its formal closeness and it bribes by only some basic construction elements at the same time. The flat fan-like, asymmetric reflector shade with a diameter of 185 mm out of high quality steel sheet is characteristic for this lamp. The clever shape of the reflector enables a technically sophisticated light direction connected with the perfect lamp position and the white interior lacquer. Connected on top of the reflector there is the socket dome, which is equipped with the embossing “ORIGINAL KAISER idell”. The independent but simple designed joints with their intelligent form, enable great flexibility and variability then they are used. The upper tilt joint has a shapely screw clamp which is robust, but still acting filigree. The lower tilt joint is hidden in the socket of the table lamp. The harmonic formed lamp’s arm follows the silhouette of the reflector shade. The whole weight of the lamp is about 2.3 kg. The 6556-T table lamp has been adapted to the nowadays technical directive including all certificates. Regarding design, quality and handicraft manufacturing arts, it is identic to the original in all its details. The “German piece of light culture” is reedited and produced in black and matt black by the company “KAISERidell A/S” based in Vejle, Denmark.
  • Umbra - Cup Lamp
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    Umbra - Cup Lamp
    The Umbra Cup lamp has its name from its unusual function – the cup where all kinds of things are stored in. The Paul Loebach designed table lamp looks especially good on the writing desk because of its storage solution. A positive secondary effect: The Cup lamp’s cup is automatically illuminated because of its position. This is how office clips, pens and other accessories are found in only an instant. The energy saving and dimmable LED light of the table lamp by Umbra makes the lamp ideally suitable to be used as desk or reading light on the bedside table. The 90 LEDs only consume 6W and they spend a light intensity of 380 lm during a pleasant, warm white colour temperature of 3000 K. Umbra produces the Cup lamp of metal, making it robust and easily cleanable. A special highlight: The Cup lamp of the Umbra Shift Collection also has a USB connection, in order to charge MP3 players, smartphones and other electric devices. A suitable tray for the smartphone or the MP3 player is of course given with the cup. Let the office work begin.
  • Foscarini - Rituals XL Pendant Lamp
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    Foscarini - Rituals XL Pendant Lamp
    The Rituals pendant lamp XL , created by the designers and architects Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for Foscarini , attracts attention because of its plasticity. The lamp moves playfully on the slim path between orient and occident. The challenge was to translate the weightlessness of oriental lanterns into a group of glass lamps. Their special style comes from the special technique of production: The glass is not turned inside of the casting mould (“a fermo”-technique). The special stripes appearance is realized in a special casting mould with negative decorations, which are repeated on the surface. Afterwards the glass is filed by hand and plunged into an acids bath, which offers a plaster look to it. The diffuse light makes the Rituals pendant lamp XL suitable for different rooms and it re-interprets the magical look of rice paper or of the mulberry tree bark – which is the original material for Japanese lamps – by means of using blown and satined glass on a physical and precious way. Horizontal lines, which run through the surface of the lamps, create a soft and fascinating décor and they also influence the damping of the intensity of the light – and therefore spreading a full, warm and soft light. The paper-like body of mouth-blown glass makes the Rituals pendant lamp suitable to be used alone or in harmonic compositions of several lamps. The Foscarini Rituals is also available as table lamp and as XL pendant lamp.
  • Foscarini - Caboche Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Caboche Table Lamp
    The Caboche series by Foscarini already ensures great enthusiasm with the pendant lamp and embodies a unique, exceptional design. Enlarge the usage possibilities with the table lamp. The designers Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto had a simple pearls bracelet as example for the design of the Caboche lamps. They created a unique design that ensures an impressive light game, inspired by the structure and form of the piece of jewelry. The poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) spheres on the glass shade reflect the light and let the lamp shine crystal-like, while te direct light of the Foscrini lamp shines upwards and not downwards. The characteristic arch form is also displayed in the socket. Equipped with three supports, the Caboche table lamp possesses a safe stand. Foscarini offers the Caboche lamp in different colours.
  • Lightyears - Concert P1 Pendant
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    Lightyears - Concert P1 Pendant
    During his work in creating the Concert pendant lamp, Jørn Utzon sought to develop a pendant with a pure and organic idiom of design. His idea was to use several different shades, and to strengthen the design further with upward illumination from the lamp. The chosen shade configuration is visually characteristic of Jørn Utzon and reminds us of his greatest work, the famous Sydney Opera House. The Concert Pendant is built up of four shades and a parabola made of drawn steel, which is mounted on a glass suspension of triple-layer, hand-blown opal glass. The suspension unit sends out a pleasant, even light between the shades. At the same time, it illuminates the two upward shades and part of the cord. The bottom shade casts light downward to the parabola, which then diffuses it. The parabola not only softens the light, but prevents glare – regardless of the height of the lamp. Concept is manufactured by Lightyears and gives a pleasant, non-glaring light without compromising the strength of illumination. The pendant adds to ambient room lighting, thanks to the light sent out between the shades. Lightyears’ Concert pendant lamp is available as the larger version P3.
  • Tom Dixon. The Company Tom Dixon - Copper Pendant Lamp
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    Tom Dixon. The Company Tom Dixon - Copper Pendant Lamp
    The Copper pendant lamp from Tom Dixon wholly justifies its name. With the name “Copper” the lamp is explained. The shade actually consists of plastic, but it was covered with a thin copper layer. The Copper pendant lamp spreads a classical charm with its coloured appearance. And also its form reminds of the famous and simple classic lamp-shades. However, the form hasn’t lost any of its fascination along the years and immerses every ambience in a comfortable mood. More than anything high-gloss polished, the Copper pendant lamp appears in its full splendour. In its copper coloured appearance, the whole surrounding is mirrored. Therefore the Copper lamp creates a fascinating ensemble of light sources and mirrors together with other lamps, surely becoming a visual highlight everywhere.
  • Iittala - Lantern Lamp
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    Iittala - Lantern Lamp
    Lantern, which became meanwhile a classic from Iittala, appears in a new light because now there is an electric version of the light object designed by Harri Koskinen. In this way the application area of Lantner is a good deal bigger: The light object can be placed in various surroundings, for example between shelvings or in public places. "A candle creates a relaxed atmosphere and is connected with a ritual: A few hours after lighting the candle, the darkness returns. Electricity offers more functionality because the Lantern can give more light without any time limit", argues Harri Koskinen. The form of the Lantern Lamp is iconic and sculpturesque - just like its classic role model. That is also the reason why the form just looks amazing with either candle light or electric light. Even if the Lantern doesnot fulfil its regular (lighting) purpose at the very moment, it will still fulfill the purpose of being a wonderful decorative design object due to its sculptural form.
  • Flos - Mini Glo-Ball Tablelamp
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    Flos - Mini Glo-Ball Tablelamp
    In 1998, Jasper Morrison created the Glo-Ball-Series for Italian luminaire producer Flos. The series includes in addition to the Glo-Ball Table lamp which is introduced right now, the Glo-Ball Basic, Glo-Ball floor lamp, the Mini Glo-Ball table lamp and the Glo-Ball suspended lamp. The globed formed table and desk lamp provides a diffuse light which is full of atmosphere. The diffuser of the Mini Glo Ball consists of an externally acid-etched hand blown, flashed opaline glass and an injection-molded (UL-94 VO), white PBT (polybutylenterephtalate) threaded ring nut. The cover, the base and the lamp-holder support are also made of injection-molded (UL-94 VO), white PBT (polybutylenterephtalate). The On/Off switch is fitted on the white PVC-coated insulated 150 cm polarized power cord.
  • Flos - Ariette Wall Lamp
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    Flos - Ariette Wall Lamp
    In 1973 Tobia Scarpa designed the Wall Lamp Ariette for Flos. The Ariette Wall Lamp is built without screws. The frame will be interlocked and the cover spanned above it. Ariette turns your room into an acceptable warm light. And even when it is not turned off, Ariette is an attractive design objects, which makes every room more beautiful and disperses a comfortable and warm atmosphere. The Ariette Wall Lamp by Flos is available in three sizes. More details: Wall- or ceiling lamp for diffused light. Technical description: Diffusor made of plastic fibre, Wall mounting made of 30% glass fibre boosted polyamid. Voltage (V) 220/240. Illuminant: 4 X MAX 40W E27 IAA/W.
  • Flos - Piani Table Lamp
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    Flos - Piani Table Lamp
    Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec designed the Piani table lamp for Flos. Two flat forms decide the design of the Piani – a clever idea is behind it. The upper of both rounded squares includes the LED light source which spends indirect light. Small items find a place on the lower part, in order to see them all the time: Keys, cards or office items are emphasised with the Piani by Flos. This is how the Piani table lamp is especially suitable as desk lamp and for entrance halls. The corpus of the Piani table lamp consists of injection molded ABS, while the diffuser consists of PMMA. Accordingly the lamp is robust and simple to clean. The Piani table lamp by Flos is also available in further colours.
  • Flos - Mini Button Wall and Ceiling Lamp
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    Flos - Mini Button Wall and Ceiling Lamp
    The Mini Button by Flos is a versatile usable lamp for in and outdoor use. At walls or as ceiling lamp, it ensures orientation and ambience with its diffuse light. The designer Piero Lissoni designed a simple lamp with Mini Button, which offers a special expression according to its demand of “Form and Emotion”. With its diffuse light, the lamp is especially adapted to places where indirect light is needed – for example in corridors or for ambience evenings on the terrace. Thereby it is your decision if the Flos lamp should be mounted at a wall or the ceiling. The lamp out of aluminium dye cast, glass and polycarbonate is spraying-water resistant (IP44) thanks to the used silicone, so that its usage inside and outside is possible. The combination of several Mini Button wall and ceiling lamps emphasizes the light object by Flos prettily. The Mini Button wall and ceiling lamp is also available in a blue and a yellow edition.
  • Flos - Button Ceiling and Wall Lamp
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    Flos - Button Ceiling and Wall Lamp
    Button is a ceiling and wall lamp by Flos that creates diffuse light and fits with its reduced design in any environment. Less is more - this particularly applies the Flos Button Ceiling and Wall Lamp. Conceiving a more universal and simpler design than a circle is not possible. The only thing interrupting the circular and matt design of the Flos luminaire is the glossy closing in the middle of the lamp. Therefore, the use of the Button is universal: In the living room, bedroom, hallways, corridors, entrance areas and everywhere else where direct and diffuse light at the wall and ceiling is in great demand. With the IP44 protection class, the Flos Button is protected against water spraying from all direction so that the lamp can not only look its best in the bathroom but also cuts a good figure outdoors, for example on the balcony. Responsible for the multifunctional design of the Ceiling and Wall lamp is designer Piero Lissoni who created the Button for manufacturer Flos in 2004.
  • Flos - Moni Ceiling Lamp
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    Flos - Moni Ceiling Lamp
    The legendary designer Achile Castiglioni created the Moni ceiling lamp for Flos. It isn’t obvious that it was designed in 1982. The Flos Moni looks decent and tranquil when it is switched off. The ceiling lamp only becomes a really unique object after it was switched on: The light is reflected to the ceiling via the diffuser and it is broken by a special supporting panel out of steel casting, reflecting beam-like, geometrical patterns to the roof. While the biggest part of the light ensures indirect illumination, a small part shines directly downwards. This light is as well glare-free and pleasant, since it comes out softly and diffusely through the diffuser. The elegant appearance and the warm-white light make Flos’ Moni ideally suitable for different rooms and events.
  • Tom Dixon. The Company Tom Dixon - Base Wall Light
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    Tom Dixon. The Company Tom Dixon - Base Wall Light
    The wall lamp „Base Wall Light“ by Tom Dixon bribes with its unusual connection of two materials: Satin shades out of brass, on top of a matt black wall holder out of steel. The robust and sincere design emphasizes the return of Tom Dixon to his passion: Working with metal. Since Tom Dixon made his name in the 1980s with the work-out of every metal-sort he found. As a performance artist, he had his nights in London night clubs, where he welded his unusual furniture live on stage. The Holder of the Base Wall Light consists of sand-blasted and powder coated cast-iron. Both shades are made out of brass.
  • Flos - Kelvin LED Working Lamp
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    Flos - Kelvin LED Working Lamp
    The working lamp Kelvin LED from Flos is a fusion of the most modern technique and straight-line design. Efficient LED-technique, high ecological standards and the elegant design make Kelvin LED an outstanding design object. Kelvin LED was designed by Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen. Kelvin is a lamp for direct light and totally free turnable and swiveling. The modern LED technique is highly efficient and it spends warm, soft and pleasant light that suits for work and also as a background illumination. Kelvin’s light avoids strong visual contrasts and blinding effects. The table lamp Kelvin from Flos fulfils high ecological standards: The 30 LEDs in its head are energy saving and only use 8W. Moreover Kelvin LED consists of recycling materials. The LED table lamp owns an on/off switch that is positioned as a touch-sensor in the head of the lamp. The LED table lamp from Flos is also available in anthracite and white.
  • Flos - K Tribe Table Lamp
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    Flos - K Tribe Table Lamp
    After Philippe Starck already designed the successful Miss K Lamp and the Miss K Table Lamp for Flos, in the year 2007 emerged the K Tribe Table Lamp. The K Tribe Lamp creates diffuse light whose strength can be adjusted individually with an integrated dimmer. The K Tribe Table Lamp possesses a slim metal foot out of glossy polished aluminium. It is available in different variants that differ by the colour of the lampshade.
  • Flos - D'E Light Table Lamp
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    Flos - D'E Light Table Lamp
    Reduction to the maximum: The Flos D’E Light by Philippe Starck appears in uncompromising minimalistic design. The special something: Electro-gadgets can be placed on the table lamp to be charged. It was only a question of time for the star designer Philippe Starck to approximate to modern problems. The spread of smartphones and tablets finally inspired the French designer for his design of the D’E Light, which completes demands of today’s information, entertainment and connectivity: All kinds of devices are placed and charged on the D’E Light from Flos, such as tablets, mobile phones or MP3-players. The Flos D’E Light has a radical, extremely functional design, which doesn’t distract from the real function: The switch and dimmer is an optical touch-sensor which is switched on and off when it is touched. The D’E Light fulfils the expectations we have from efficient, stylish and contemporaneous lamps with cool, chrome-plated aluminium and a flat lampshade with integrated LEDs. The Flos D’E Light can be ordered with a micro-USB connection or with the Lightning connector for iPhone or iPad. An edition with the 30-pin connector from Apple is also available on demand.
  • Flos - Orotund Wall Lamp
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    Flos - Orotund Wall Lamp
    ”I experimented a circular form with central radius, looking like this one, for the last 20 years” , explained the designer Marc Newson. ”I find it fascinating. It has something supernatural.” With all its simplicity, the design of the Flos Orotund wall lamp has something iconic. The simple and still unmistakable shape reminds us of creations like the stirring wheel of the legendary Citroën DS. The car, also known as goddess still looks futuristic, a quality of Orotund as well. Inside of the Flos Orotund there are 120 LEDs, also equally illuminating the lamp’s body out of ABS from inside, which also serves as diffusor. The warm white light of the wall lamp by Flos ensures a diffuse and very soft beam. Since the Orotund also shines to the walls, it ensures a soft shimmer in the background, whose appearance can be interpreted like a halo. The special qualities make the minimalistic Flos Orotund especially suitable for comfort zones like bedrooms and living rooms.
  • Flos - Chapo Table Lamp
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    Flos - Chapo Table Lamp
    Hats off! The Flos Chapo is a table lamp with uncopiable style. It is obvious where its name came from: The French expression “Chapeau!” characterizes the unique ideas of the famous French designer Philippe Starck. ”When Alec Guinness, James Stewart or Fred Astaire came back home in the evening, they threw their hat on everything near them on a unique way. Why not also on a lamp?” , asked star designer Starck himself. Said, done: Chapo is the resilt of this thoughts, stormy and elegant. The Flos Chapo spreads direct light, which is directed downwards by the hat diffuser. The hat is included in the delivery, but it isn’t possible to use other headgear as lampshades. The Flos Chapo is a charming table lamp with very special charm because of the reference to the masculine hat-throwing gesture of yesterday. Despite of the humorous character, the Chapo has some practical values: An USB connection (max. 1,5 A) makes it possible to charge electric devices, while the decent Soft-Touch switch dims the energy-saving LED light source with warm white light (2700 K). The finish is also Flos-typically noble: The lamp’s base is chrome-plated, while the cable is coated with linen fabric.
  • Flos - Spun Light Table Lamp
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    Flos - Spun Light Table Lamp
    The Spun Light is a table lamp which was created by the designer Sebastian Wrong. It has been presented for the first time on the fair 100 % Design in London and a year later on the Salone Satellite in Milano. The simple elegant table lamp was originally designed for the London company Drove Ltd. However, since 2003 Spun is produced as a table light and as a floor fixture for Flos. In 2004, Spun Light was awarded with the Red Dot Design Prize. Spun is a table / desk fixture which provides diffuse light. The frame and the diffuser are made of spun metal. The diffuser support arms and the lamp-holder support consist of die-cast aluminium which is also painted. The material for the diffuser support is white, injection-molded polycarbonate (UL-94 V2). The upper diffuser screen is made of sandblasted pressed glass. A traditional dimmer for 0 – 100 % luminosity adjustment is fitted on the polarized cord. The net weight is 4.3 kg.
  • Wästberg - Massaud Table Lamp w083
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    Wästberg - Massaud Table Lamp w083
    The Massaud table lamp w083 from Wästberg asks the question: Can lamps be art? It doesn’t matter what the answer is, the design object by Jean-Marie Massaud convinces as table lamp. The table lamp w083 refers to topics like light, gravity, simplicity and harmony as sculptural object. The table lamp by Wästberg acts weightless and reduced, its minimalistic corpus seems to float impressively effortless over the table. The specialty: W083 attracts all eyes even when it is switched off, but without drifting into showmanship. The functionality of the w083 is as impressive as the slim, organic shape of it. The real lamp is made of cast aluminium and it sits on a base of silicone. The special shape and the balanced weight of the Wästberg lamp enable the free, soft movement in the silicone form. This is an impressively simple and clever solution to turn or incline the lamp, in order to direct the light optimally to where it is needed. Technically the lamp w083 by Massaud impresses as well: Energy efficient LEDs hide in the lamp’s head, spreading warm white light with 3000 K. The optical lenses spread the light generously downwards and glare-free. A three-level dimmer in the base makes the unique lamp from Wästberg suitable for different situations in all kinds of rooms and surroundings: It can be used as working lamp, reading lamp, accent light or decoration lamp.
  • Flos - IC Table Lamp
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    Flos - IC Table Lamp
    With the IC table lamp , the manufacturer Flos presents a minimalistic object, which owes its origin to a rather unusual coincidence. The designer Michael Anastassiades explained: ”I saw a video clip of a contact juggler on the internet incidentally. He rolled around some balls, moving them over his arms and fingertips. And when I noticed how fascinated I was of the magic of his skills, the balls seemed completely unmovable. I wanted to catch that very moment. That was the beginning of the IC lamp.” The contrast of filigree lines and voluminous lamp bodies of metal and opalesced glass are responsible for a very own charm of the Flos IC table lamp. The material reminds us of past times, while it is formally placed in a new context. The matt body of opal glass holds back a soft and dimmable light, which is spread in the room without glaring and which is especially suitable for the bedroom because of the comfortable mood it gives to the user. The IC table lamp is made out of steel by Flos and it is also available with a finish of brushed brass and brushed, bronze-plated brass. Both editions are covered with clear lacquer, in order to keep their shine for many years.
  • Flos - IC Floor Lamp
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    Flos - IC Floor Lamp
    With the IC floor lamp , the manufacturer Flos presents a minimalistic object, which owes its origin to a rather unusual coincidence. The designer Michael Anastassiades explained: ”I saw a video clip of a contact juggler on the internet incidentally. He rolled around some balls, moving them over his arms and fingertips. And when I noticed how fascinated I was of the magic of his skills, the balls seemed completely unmovable. I wanted to catch that very moment. That was the beginning of the IC lamp.” The contrast of filigree lines and voluminous lamp bodies of metal and opalesced glass are responsible for a very own charm of the Flos IC floor lamp. The material reminds us of past times, while it is formally placed in a new context. The matt body of opal glass holds back a soft and dimmable light, which is spread in the room without glaring and which is especially suitable for the bedroom because of the comfortable mood it gives to the user. The IC floor lamp is made out of steel by Flos and it is also available with a finish of brushed brass and brushed, bronze-plated brass. Both editions are covered with clear lacquer, in order to keep their shine for many years.
  • Flos - IC Pendant Lamp
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    Flos - IC Pendant Lamp
    With the IC pendant lamp , the manufacturer Flos presents a minimalistic object, which owes its origin to a rather unusual coincidence. The designer Michael Anastassiades explained: ”I saw a video clip of a contact juggler on the internet incidentally. He rolled around some balls, moving them over his arms and fingertips. And when I noticed how fascinated I was of the magic of his skills, the balls seemed completely unmovable. I wanted to catch that very moment. That was the beginning of the IC lamp.” The contrast of filigree lines and voluminous lamp bodies of metal and opalesced glass are responsible for a very own charm of the Flos IC pendant lamp. The material reminds us of past times, while it is formally placed in a new context. The matt body of opal glass holds back a soft and dimmable light, which is spread in the room without glaring and which is especially suitable for the bedroom because of the comfortable mood it gives to the user. The IC pendant lamp is made out of steel by Flos and it is also available with a finish of brushed brass and brushed, bronze-plated brass. Both editions are covered with clear lacquer, in order to keep their shine for many years.
  • Flos - IC Wall and Ceiling Lamp
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    Flos - IC Wall and Ceiling Lamp
    With the IC wall and ceiling lamp , the manufacturer Flos presents a minimalistic object, which owes its origin to a rather unusual coincidence. The designer Michael Anastassiades explained: ”I saw a video clip of a contact juggler on the internet incidentally. He rolled around some balls, moving them over his arms and fingertips. And when I noticed how fascinated I was of the magic of his skills, the balls seemed completely unmovable. I wanted to catch that very moment. That was the beginning of the IC lamp.” The contrast of filigree lines and voluminous lamp bodies of metal and opalesced glass are responsible for a very own charm of the Flos IC wall and ceiling lamp. The material reminds us of past times, while it is formally placed in a new context. The matt body of opal glass holds back a soft and dimmable light, which is spread in the room without glaring and which is especially suitable for the bedroom because of the comfortable mood it gives to the user. The IC wall and ceiling lamp is made out of steel by Flos and it is also available with a finish of brushed brass and brushed, bronze-plated brass. Both editions are covered with clear lacquer, in order to keep their shine for many years.
  • Foscarini - Gregg Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Gregg Table Lamp
    The Gregg lamp by Foscarini is the result of natural inspiration and intense research. The design by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba reminds us of large, water welded pebbles. The Gregg table lamp nearly works without base, so that the shape of the lamp’s body is completely emphasized. This is how the Gregg table lamp can also be used as floor lamp. The Foscarini produced Gregg table lamp is dimmable and fills every living and sleeping room with pleasant, diffuse light. Gregg is made out of mouth blown glass which gets a noble appearance by a staining procedure. The flowing round shape of the table lamp is leaned to organic shapes and therefore it acts very familiar. Strong geometric requirements don’t matter at Gregg. Material and shape of Gregg enable a versatility which can create a complete light landscape: Not only three Gregg table lamp sizes are available, but also a pendant lamp, a floor lamp, a ceiling lamp and an outdoor lamp are available out of the Foscarini Gregg series in different colours each one.
  • Klein & More - Trapeze LED table lamp
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    Klein & More - Trapeze LED table lamp
    The Trapeze LED is an extremely functional object: Animated with playful design and variable proportions, the Klein & More table lamp serves as working place illumination as well as living room lamp. All the movements of the Trapeze table lamp by Klein & More are free and flowing with an unrestricted action radius, several axis and the balanced weights – the light can be used where it is desired. Thanks to the LED technology, the ultra-thin diffuser illuminates a wide area with uniform spread bright and also warm light. Electricity runs through the lamp’s base over the variable axis directly to the lamp’s head. This is how a cable isn’t necessary, and it won’t therefore disturb the free movement of the joints. Playful and with a lot of life enjoyment is how the aluminium, steel and ABS made Trapeze LED by Klein & More spreads balanced light to modern working places.
  • Stiletto - Firefly DeLuxe with textile shade
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    Stiletto - Firefly DeLuxe with textile shade
    The Gluehwuermchen lights (lightfly-lights) by Stiletto were created by the Stiletto Design Hospital. It is a flexible plug light that can be used wherever you need it: As practical kitchen or working light, as make-up or shaving light in the bathroom, as reading light next to the bed or as immediate aid after moving in. The Gluehwuermchen light is simply plugged in and gives you light without having spaghetti wires. The elegant and also robust Gluehwuermchen light adjusts harmoniously to every ambitiously designed ambiance. The Gluehwuermchen light Deluxe has a white shock-proof right-angle plug with a transparent cover and a red illuminated security rocker switch, so that you can even find it in the dark. A chromed metal frame with external thread and a black textile shade are fastened to the chromed flexible arm made of steel. The Gluehwuermchen plug light was honoured in the “Architektur & Wohnen” Special “Design in Germany Top 175” in a selection of 16 outstanding design classics of the 20th and 21st century.
  • Kartell - Taj Mini Table Lamp
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    Kartell - Taj Mini Table Lamp
    The Taj Mini by Kartell is a table lamp which acts dynamical and iconic with its shape. The Pietro Ferruccio Laviani lamp only reveals its real purpose in the second sight. Tha Taj Mini lamp thrones on the table looking like an artwork. If it is switched off it will also look sculptural, while it presents its whole power when it is switched on. Taj is a table lamp, but it wants to be independent and different from the stereotypical flexible, mechanic lamp, finding its simple form which makes her fulfil her function on a very practical way. Kartell’s Taj Mini works with LED technique in order to optimize and minimize the light source as much as possible. This doesn’t only emphasize the form, but it also saves the environment and makes it even more durable. The LED table lamp is available in a crystal clear edition and in a transparent version, which is coloured on different ways.
  • Schneid - Secundum Pendant Lamp
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    Schneid - Secundum Pendant Lamp
    The Secundum is the second light Schneid has designed. Because of the angular wooden slaps the light source is never directly visible. In this way, the lamp creates a beautiful and warm atmosphere and antiglare lighting is guaranteed. Secundum is the most sold lamp of the A series by Schneid. Next to Pirum and Volum, Secundum is part of the A series, which was the first designed series of Niklas Jessen and Julia Mülling for Schneid in 2011. All lamps of this series persuade through their warm lighting and organic form. People love to hang the Volum over big dining tables or in open rooms and hallways. Just like all the other lamps by Schneid, the Volum pendant lamp is also hand manufactured in Northern Germany. All luminaires of the German enterprise Schneid guarantee highest quality and are produced under fair conditions of work. The used wood comes from sustainable forestry of regional component supplier. More details: Dimension: 25 Cm x 38 cm. Material: Poplar. All lights are equipped with 2 m of textile cables in white and a high-quality ceiling rose “CableCup”. Socket: E27.
  • Louis Poulsen - Collage 450 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Collage 450 Pendant Lamp
    The Collage 450 pendant lamp from Louise Campbell is the little sister from the Collage 600 lamp. Collage from the designer Louise Campbell was inspired by the art of light to fall in a wood through all the shapes before it reaches the floor. That is why the Collage 450 umbrella possesses three shapes that have an own pattern respectively. An unimagined depth of light and of the shadow plays appears to the outside like this, and between the different umbrellas respectively. The light passes through the shapes with different strength rates creating a pleasant atmosphere and ensuring not to blend the viewer at any moment. Collage is the smallest edition of the Collage 600 Pendant Lamp collection, which the designer Louise Campbell created for the manufacturer Louis Poulsen. Its 45 cm diameter was chosen on purpose because it maintains the balance and the harmony of the original design – three acrylic screens with laser cut leaf patters, although differentiating itself from the grand edition. The Collage 450 suits excellently to be hanged repetitively and sets accents also as a single lamp. The Pendant Lamp Collage 450 is also available in the colours: Hot Lips (Pink), Juicy Orange, Lemon Yellow and Smoke Screen. Furthermore the Pendant Lamp Collapse 600 and an anti-glare set can be demanded.
  • Lexon - Z-Light
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    Lexon - Z-Light
    Radically clear: Lexon presents a table lamp which consequently renounces unnecessary details: The Z-Light. Harmonic proportions and the reduced design ensure to be a statement on your desk. The design of the Z-Light isn’t the only modern thing of it; also its technique shines at this point: Since the table lamp by Lexon has current LED technology, it only needs 0.5 W, while the desk is lighted with pleasant, direct light. The cables are invisibly hidden in the lamp’s head, so that the clear design remains saved. Lexon manufactures the Z-Light out of aluminium and bamboo. The natural material adds a small contrast to the modern-cool design. The lamp’s head is adjustable at two heights, while the on and off buttons are powered by a decent touch sensor. The consequent design brought the Alain Lee and Ming Yang designed Z-Light a Red Dot Award in 2012.
  • Wästberg - Claesson Koivisto Rune Floor Lamp w126f
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    Wästberg - Claesson Koivisto Rune Floor Lamp w126f
    Historical design icons such as the steering wheel of a legendary Citroën DS were the source of inspiration for the Claesson Koivisto Rune floor lamp w126f. While the design of the lamp from Wästberg acts retro-futuristic, the technique is absolutely modern. The design team Claesson Koivisto Rune designed a lamp which is equally suitable for offices and homes with their w126f: Two powerful, independent LED light sources at the surface and base of the lamp’s head make up the core of the floor lamp w126f. It is possible to adjust both: The indirect light upwards or the direct light downwards. The Claesson Koivisto Rune floor lamp w126f is intuitively adjusted via two simple touch-sensors. Both light sources aren’t only adjusted independently there, but they are also step-less dimmable. Of course both light sources (46 W and 28 W) can also be switched on and adjusted at the same time. This makes the w126f a real all-rounder: As ceiling flooder id spreads pleasant indirect light to feel well and to illuminate a whole room. If the lower light is switched on, direct light will shine through the glare-free diffuser, which is usable as reading light or working light. This is how the w126f always spreads suitable light, which is individually adjustable in its intensity and direction. The 250 energy efficient LEDs spread warm white light with 3000 K, which changes the ambience in the room as well as its own character according to how it is dimmed. The Wästberg w126 is also available in further colours and as working lamp (with pin support).
  • Normann Copenhagen - Amp Pendant Lamp
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    Normann Copenhagen - Amp Pendant Lamp
    Lighting series with hi-fi inspiration: For Normann Copenhagen, the Danish designer Simon Legald has created the clever lightning series Amp. Glass and marble take care of an impression of visual fragility and sensuous heaviness. An appearance that is nostalgic, yet modern at the same time. The idea for the shape of the Amp Pendant Lamp came when the designer was restoring an old 1960's radio at home. While searching for spare parts for the radio, he was captivated by the glow that emits from the tube amplifier. The simple oval shape and the glow of the lamp is an obvious reference to this, just as the name Amp refers to the English term; tube amplifier. The proportions of the Amp Lamps by Normann Copenhagen have been carefully designed to ensure just the right balance between hard and soft and transparent and opaque. Normann Copenhagen and Legald have highlighted the functional details, for example the way in which the shade of the Amp Pendant Lamp rests on its socket. The connection of the two natural materials create an interesting contrast between the transparent and light glass and the massive, heavy marble. Normann Copenhagen Amp Pendant Lamp: Noble contrasts Simon Legald says: "One can't always define where an idea for a new product comes from. But this time the inspiration was drawn directly from radio and hi-fi equipment. This is clear in the design of Amp. There is something special about the round, transparent shape of a tube amplifier that I thought would translate nicely into a lamp. I opted for the same type of glass used for an hourglass, as the shape had to be curved and narrowed in. To counterbalance the delicacy of the glass, I used marble. I think that the two materials work well together." The Amp lamps are delivered with a suitable, fitting textile cable. For replacing the lamp, the shade can easily be removed without any tools. Die Normann Copenhagen Amp is also available in a dimmable version Amp Table Lamp. Both variants are available with a golden or smoked lamp shade. The Amp Pendant Lamp is available with a socket in an effective black marble or in a glamorous jade green which highlights the natural elegance of the material.
  • Flos - Bedside Gun
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    Flos - Bedside Gun
    Unusual, provocative, socialcritical and political is the Gun-Lamp series, which was designed in 2005 for the Italian manufacturer Flos by Philippe Starck. "Whole republics are crazy. Tartar are our master. Designed, manufactured, sold, dreamed, bought and used, weapons are our new icons. Our life is worth a bullet. The Guns Collection is only a sign of our time. We get the symbols that we deserve." explains the designer. The label on the foot plate of the lamp is called "Happiness is a hot gun". The Gun-Collection wants to call attention on the worldwide weapon exports of many governments: The gold of the Gun-Lamps represents the confidential accordance between money and war. Referring to this, the in the Bed Side Gun - dispayed Beretta - symbolises the accordance of Europe. The black lamp shade symbolises the death. The crosses on the inside of the shade want to remind us on our death. With that the whole Gun collection moves the context over to a kind of memorial for many dead people, which where killed in many, profit-oriented wars. To underline the intentions of the designer, the manufacturer Flos donated twenty percent of the sale proceeds of the Gun-collection to the human rights organisation Frères des Hommes, Europe. More details: Table lamp for direct light and diffused lighting. Technical lighting: Lamp body made of aluminiumdiecast, coating made of casting polymer, 18-carat, galvanic gilded or chromed, diffusor made of paper with matt black plastic coating and in silk-screen printing gilded inside. ON/OFF appliance of the lamp dimmer for illumination control from 0 to 100% on a two-core cable. Illuminant: 1 X MAX 75W E27 HSGS/F. Voltage (V) 220/240.
  • Skagerak - Bollard Oil Lamp
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    Skagerak - Bollard Oil Lamp
    Concentrating on the essence becomes more important when stressful times come. Skagerak incomparably represents timeless values and the essence of functionality - one example embodying these characteristics is the Bollard oil lamp. The cylindrical design of the Bollard Lamp was inspired by oat bollards and it symbolizes stability that way. The iconic shape with slim waist and soft curves charms the hand and the eye, while Skagerak also thought of the practical utility, of course. The Bollard petroleum lamp is made of massive, FSC-certified teak wood, mouth-blown glass and stainless steel. These noble and resistant materials as well as the typical, uncompromising Skagerak processing methods make the durable lamp suitable to be used outside. The profiled glass spreads the light pleasantly; the metal container with burning chamber is constructed to be safe when it is used. The Bollard has a handle to hang the lamp and carry it.
  • Tecnolumen - Lightworm Table Lamp
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    Tecnolumen - Lightworm Table Lamp
    Surprisingly timeless: The Lightworm table lamp was only designed in 2002 by Walter Schnepel. The senior manager of Tecnolumen equipped the lamp’s head with a simple socket – that’s how the bulb is the centre of attention. The base of the Lightworm however, is more complex and it offers functionality: The foot of the Lightworm is made of many small parts, which run to the top as well as the eponymous worm. The table lamp by Tecnolumen is also adjustable in height and width with its structure. The base of the Worm Lamp is made of metal and it harmonically suits the transparent cable. The switch of the Tecnolumen Lightworm is at the plastic socket, so that it remains decently in the background. The Lightworm is available in a nickel-plated edition with transparent cable and a black edition with black cable.
  • FontanaArte - Albedo Pendant Lamp
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    FontanaArte - Albedo Pendant Lamp
    The pendant lamp was designed by Studio Drift for FontanaArte in 2013. The metal structure inside of the lamp is hidden by a washing machine safe textile. Albedo becomes a soft and harmonic stone of light crossing the fabric, being glare-free and soft in every room. Albedo is delivered with a thin steel rope to be hanged at, a transparent cable and a white canopy. The mounding hardware remains in the background in order to focus the lamp’s diffuser. The diffuse light of the Albedo pendant lamp makes it perfectly suitable in presentation rooms and places that demand tranquillity. The light of Albedo is adjustable with an external dimmer. The pendant lamp is moreover available in two further sizes.
  • Foscarini - Blob S Wall and Ceiling Lamp
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    Foscarini - Blob S Wall and Ceiling Lamp
    The Blob S from Foscarini appears like an organic sculpture at the wall or the ceiling. The form of it didn’t come by chance, since the unmistakable ceiling lamp was designed by the star designer Karim Rashid. Karim Rashid is known for his soft, flowing forms – he calls his style “Blobism”. So it was only expectable that he would call his characteristic wall and ceiling lamp “Blob”. The Blob S from Foscarini makes us think it was dropping from the rooftop. The light corpus made of polypropylene spreads a soft, diffuse light, which harmonizes with the soft outlines of the Blob ceiling lamp from Foscarini. The Blob isn’t only available as wall and ceiling lamp, but also as table and floor lamp.
  • Gubi - Ronde Pendant Lamp
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    Gubi - Ronde Pendant Lamp
    With its simple yet lively expression the Ronde Pendant by Gubi has all the qualities of becoming a future design classic and is sure to spark the interest of most design enthusiasts around the globe. "My aim is to design products with character that are timeless and easy to comprehend", says Schick, which seems a very fitting description of his unpretentious and frank Ronde Pendant. Often, "only minor changes or unexpected details are needed to give a product a lively character", he adds, "which sparks the associations and emotions of the user." The Ronde Pendant clearly echoes this philosophy, with its understated yet effectual details. Oliver Schick's modern take on the classic pendant is his first product for Gubi. Gubi produces the modern interpretation of the classic pendant lamp put of powder coated aluminium, The cable is also coated with spun aluminium, offering a technically modern character to the Ronde.
  • Luceplan - Trama Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Trama Pendant Lamp
    The Luceplan Trama pendant lamp acts modern with its neo-classic balance, despite of its design, which dates back to 1986. Forms and construction of the diffuser of the Trama allow an intensive and balanced light in the room. The beam of the pendant lamp from Luceplan shines directly and widely and it illuminates big rooms. The matt diffuser breaks the light, making it glare-free, while the light-spread is absolutely balanced and homogeneous. The Luceplan Trama is also available as pendant lamp with height adjustment via cable pull and counterweight, or as wall and ceiling lamp. The Trama is by Paola Longhi and Luciano Balestrini also suits rooms with low roofs, because of its weightlessness.
  • Menu Design Menu - GM 15 Pendant Lamp
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    Menu Design Menu - GM 15 Pendant Lamp
    The GM 15 pendant lamp from Menu is a timeless piece of Danish design history. It was designed by the architect and designer Grethe Meyer in 1984. The fine sense for details and proportions qualify Grethe Meyer especially. This is also proven by her GM 15 pendant lamp, which passed the test of time already: The pendant lamp from Menu is as current and modern as it did in the year it was designed, 1984. Menu has the honour of producing this classic design 30 years after it was finished, for the first time. Menu produces the GM 15 pendant lamp out of painted steel, which is coated with the shimmering semi-precious metal copper, in the copper edition. A bigger edition of the lamp, the GM 30 , is also available in order to combine it with the smaller GM 15.
  • Luceplan - Goggle Wall Lamp
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    Luceplan - Goggle Wall Lamp
    An unforgettable game of colours: The Goggle Wall Lamp from Luceplan has colours, which change according to the angle it is watched from. The designer Ross Lovegrove was inspired by the reflections of swim goggles when he designed Goggle together with Luceplan. A wall and ceiling lamp resulted out of this cooperation, which searches for equals regarding style. The elliptic lamp spreads colours through its “lens”, which change, according to the angle the lamp is watched from. The technique behind the impressive physical effect is completely natural: Bubbles or some precious stones and insects have a thin film for the changing effects. Specialists call it to iridise. The opalised lamp is responsible for indirect and diffuse light. The special style makes the wall lamp especially suitable for rooms that should get some special accents. Several Goggle wall lamps combined are even more impressive, since the game with colours is different according to the angle.
  • Luceplan - Otto Watt Desk Lamp
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    Luceplan - Otto Watt Desk Lamp
    The perfect comrade for the desk: The Otto Watt by Luceplan is a table lamp which adapts to the demands of a life at modern desks. Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto designed the Otto Watt for Luceplan. The slim table lamp has three joints, where it is step-less adjustable. The head of the working lamp is 360° rotatable to the sides. It is equipped with a diffusor in order to keep its light glare-free. Otto Watt – which means “8 Watt” in Italian – is energy saving and environmentally friendly thanks to its modern LED technology. The gained light is suitable for different uses: The desk lamp by Luceplan isn’t only dimmable, but it can also change the light’s colour from cold white (3500 K) to warm white (2400 K). This is the reason why its light is great to work and to have a comfortable evening in the living room. The Luceplan Otto Watt is also available in further colours, as floor lamp or as ceiling lamp.
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Micro Terra Floor Lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Micro Terra Floor Lamp
    The Tolomeo Micro Terra is a consequent expansion of the existing Tolomeo collection. Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi created some modern classic pieces, which are recognized all over the world. These lamps represent themselves: The fine and visible technique which characterizes all the Tolomeo lamps is completed with a swinging arm with clever spring-technique. The lamp itself is rotatable to all directions, granting a maximum of flexibility as all the Tolomeo lamps have it. A small opening at the lamp’s head ensures a pointed light accent which shines in the opposite direction of the light cone. Of course, the Tolomeo Micro Terra floor lamp perfectly fits in the Tolomeo collection: The contrast of polished, shiny aluminium at the base and matt aluminium at the head ensures some fresh accents. The filigree, visible technique of the lamp makes it unmistakably noticeable as a member of this collection, which has followers all over the world.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Amp Table Lamp
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    Normann Copenhagen - Amp Table Lamp
    Lighting series with hi-fi inspiration: For Normann Copenhagen, the Danish designer Simon Legald has created the clever lightning series Amp. Glass and marble take care of an impression of visual fragility and sensuous heaviness. An appearance that is nostalgic, yet modern at the same time. The idea for the shape of the Amp Table Lamp came when the designer was restoring an old 1960's radio at home. While searching for spare parts for the radio, he was captivated by the glow that emits from the tube amplifier. The simple oval shape and the glow of the lamp is an obvious reference to this, just as the name Amp refers to the English term; tube amplifier. The proportions of the Amp Lamps by Normann Copenhagen have been carefully designed to ensure just the right balance between hard and soft and transparent and opaque. Normann Copenhagen and Legald have highlighted the functional details, for example the way in which the shade of the Amp Pendant Lamp rests on its socket. The connection of the two natural materials create an interesting contrast between the transparent and light glass and the massive, heavy marble. Normann Copenhagen Amp Table Lamp: Noble contrasts Simon Legald says: "One can't always define where an idea for a new product comes from. But this time the inspiration was drawn directly from radio and hi-fi equipment. This is clear in the design of Amp. There is something special about the round, transparent shape of a tube amplifier that I thought would translate nicely into a lamp. I opted for the same type of glass used for an hourglass, as the shape had to be curved and narrowed in. To counterbalance the delicacy of the glass, I used marble. I think that the two materials work well together." The Amp lamps are delivered with a suitable, fitting textile cable. For replacing the lamp, the shade can easily be removed without any tools. Die Normann Copenhagen Amp is also available as a Amp Pendant Lamp. Both variants are available with a golden or smoked lamp shade. The Amp Table Lamp is available with a socket in an effective black marble or in a glamorous jade green which highlights the natural elegance of the material.
  • Flos - OK Lamp
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    Flos - OK Lamp
    The Flos OK lamp surprises: The Italian manufacturer presented the re-interpretation of the legendary parentesi lamp of the 70s together with Konstantin Grcic. Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzù thought about a clamp when they designed their Parentesi, since that’s what its name means in Italian: The lamp “clamps” at a steel robe, which is fixed between the ground and the ceiling, on which it is movable and adjusted in its height. The OK named re-interpretation works with the same principle: The Flos OK moves up and down on the steel rope as well as its model. That simple and unusual principle makes it very easy to adjust the light. The big difference between the classic piece of the 70s and this new one consists of the form and the technique of today. ”The design of a lamp isn’t only limited to the object surrounding the light source: It means to design the light source itself” , explains Grcic. That’s the reason why the German designer had a lot more liberty choosing the shape of his lamp, contrasting Castiglioni and Manzù. Flos OK: Modern interpretation of a classic piece While the whole outlines of the Flos OK lamp are clear, it illuminates the room with LED technique: This isn’t only energy saving, but it also enables the ultra-flat construction of the lamp’s body. The round shape and the slim silhouette remind us of a pocket mirror, while it can be directed as direct light source or as ceiling flooder according to the event. The Flos OK achieves in creating a relaxing atmosphere in every room because of its dimmability via Soft-Touch-Switch and the warm white light (2700 K). The round lamp’s body is also responsible for the name of the lamp from Konstantin Grcic: The “O” represents the round light source while the “K” comes from the name of the designer. The name can as well be interpreted as re-adjustment of the original: The Flos lamp from 2013 is very very OK. Find further information about lamps by Flos in here.
  • Artemide - Melampo Parete Wall Lamp
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    Artemide - Melampo Parete Wall Lamp
    The Melampo Parete from Artemide is a versatile wall lamp. According to its adjustment of direct and indirect light, the Melampo Parete is suitable to be used while working, reading or simply as decent background illumination. The wall lamp is therwith wonderfully suitable to illuminate the bedroom on the bedside table or next to the sofa in the living room. The high class Materials ensure the elegant and noble appearance to the Melampo Parete and they also fill the lamp and the surroundings with a “special something”. The shade of the Adrien Gardère designed Melampo Parete is adjustable into two different positions making the light spread more pleasant. The Melampo collection has been designed by Adrien Gardière for Artemide in 2003. The wall lamp is available in two colours (aluminium grey and bronze-metallic / ecru), as well as with and without On / Off switch.
  • Flos - Ipnos Indoor Floor Lamp
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    Flos - Ipnos Indoor Floor Lamp
    Both designers Nicoletta Rossi and Guido Bianchi re-created what was a classic lantern radically. The Flos Ipnos indoor is a three-dimensional rectangular out of metal with light sources that aren’t seen from outside, hidden in the base of the frame. All the unnecessary elements were removed by the Italian team of designers. The free room inside of the Flos Ipnos is filled by the light of the floor lamp, This ensures fascinating effects, especially at night. The effects are even emphasized because of the slimness and the free space inside of the lamp. The slim frame of the Flos Ipnos indoor floor lamp is made of extruded aluminium. The warm white light (2700 Kelvin) of the 196 LEDs is matted by a diffuser. There is a dimmer at the cable, in order to adjust the right intensity of the light according to the event it illuminates. The Flos Ipnos is also available as outdoor lamp.
  • Artemide - Melete Parete Wall Lamp
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    Artemide - Melete Parete Wall Lamp
    The Melete Parete by Artemide is a minimalistic wall lamp with good light qualities. It spreads light upwards and downwards being wonderfully suitable as wall lamp in the private corridor or in public rooms. Pio & Tito Toso designed the Melete for Artemide in 2011. The design is noble and unobtrusive at the same time: The angular corpus changes into a swung line at the inside. The special shape offers a timeless appearance to the lacquered aluminium die cast wall lamp, and it also ensures that the light comes out more powerful at the top. While the light that is spread downwards is rather decent, this one optimally serves as illumination of a wall.
  • Foscarini - Lightwing LED Floor Lamp
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    Foscarini - Lightwing LED Floor Lamp
    The Lightwing LED floor lamp by Foscarini spends adjustable indirect and reflecting light. It bribes with its simple-graphical, poetic shape. Lightwing emerged out of the desire of a model, which would do justice to the different illumination demands of every day, and whose function and light mood was adaptable according to the user’s wishes. The name of the floor lamp from Jean-Marie Massaud already alludes to the basic characteristic of it: A free adjustable aluminium reflector, similar to a wing, a geometric shape weightless like a blossom. Foscarini created a lamp of timeless design combined with its architectonically appealing shape. Foscarini Lightwing: Simple and clever The Foscarini Lightwing is made of a long, slim shaft, holding the LED light source with the chip uniquely made for the light-technique demands of Lightwing. The softly swung, asymmetrical shade is fixed over a spherical super magnet at the shaft and it can be turned in different positions. The light beam is therefore pointedly adjustable with only a simple hand-movement. The reflector changes the appearance of the Lighwing LED according to the daytime, in an endless interplay of shadows, weightlessness and stability. The intensity of the light of the floor lamp from Foscarini is adjustable with a foot dimmer at the transparent cable. Therefore Lightwing serves as room illumination with an intensive light beam as well as more private, damped reading light. Its simple, refined elegance is perfectly suitable for different rooms and events.
  • Wästberg - Lindvall Pendant Lamp w124
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    Wästberg - Lindvall Pendant Lamp w124
    ”I love products that make us feel like we have seen them before,” explained Jonas Lindvall. ”When I designed the pendant lamp w124, it was my aim to design a lamp inspired by its ancestors – with a conical lampshade, which I remember from my childhood.” With the Wästberg Lindvall pendant lamp w124s2 , the Swedish designer Jonas Lindvall wanted to design a very simple lamp with the aim of directing indirect light downwards and creating a powerful ambience in a room. Lindvall equipped the lamp with one only detail in order to cover the Wästberg w124 with a unique aura: Small handcrafted details like the notch at the handmade shade are responsible for the special charm of the w124 pendant lamp, The w124 spends indirect light through a diffusor at the top opening of the lampshade and also direct light through a diffusor at the base of the shade without glaring and softly. The Lindvall pendant lamp w124 form Wästberg is available with three different shade sizes (diameter 244 mm, 328 mm and 442 mm) and three different editions (painted matt white, brushed copper and brushed brass). The lamp is also available as table lamp (only in the brushed copper edition)-
  • Menu Design Menu - GM 30 Pendant Lamp
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    Menu Design Menu - GM 30 Pendant Lamp
    The GM 30 pendant lamp from Menu is a timeless piece of Danish design history. It was created by the architect and designer Grethe Meyer in 1984. The fine sense for details and proportions characterizes Grethe Meyer. Her GM 30 pendant lamp already passed the test of time therewith: The pendant lamp from Menu looks as current and modern as in the year it was designed: 1984. Menu has the honour of producing the classic lamp for the first time after 30 years. Menu produces the GM 30 pendant lamp out of lacquered steel, which in the copper edition is coated with the shimmering semi-precious metal. The GM 15 is a smaller edition of the pendant lamp, which is wonderfully combinable with the bigger GM 30.
  • Flos - Foglio Wall Lamp
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    Flos - Foglio Wall Lamp
    The Flos Foglio cites the 1960s with its round shapes – it is no wonder, since the wall lamp has been designed by Tobia Scarpa in that time. The Flos Foglio wall lamp is a popular classic piece of Italian lamps design with its simple and still unique design. The unusual shape is achieved in a simple and effective procedure: The round ends of a long piece of metal are bent forwards and therewith surrounding the light source. The illuminant itself is horizontally placed in the lamp and directly visible from most of the angles the lamp is watched from. Therefore the lamp spreads direct light, which shines glare-free downwards. These qualities make the classic wall lamp from Flos especially suitable as illumination of corridors, entrances or public rooms. Flos produces the Foglio wall lamp out of steel, which can be ordered powder coated or chrome plated.
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Basculante Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Basculante Table Lamp
    The Tolomeo Basculante from Artemide is part of the famous Tolomeo collection by the Italian designer Michele de Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina. This relation is especially seen in the frame of the lamp: The unmistakable, adjustable arm out of shiny aluminium is typical for the Tolomeo family. The lampshade of different, noble materials – depending on the selection of the customer – and the base out of polished aluminium complete the image of the Basculante: The shade looks less technical and cold than the “classic” Tolomeo lamp, which is the reason why the Tolomeo Basculante isn’t only suitable as desk lamp, but also as decorative background illumination in the living room or as reading light on the bedside table. The slightly translucent shade out of satin or parchment paper spreads moody, diffuse light. The Tolomeo Basculante even becomes a wall lamp with the according wall brackets, offering many advantages with its flexible arms. This makes the Tolomeo Basculante Lettura desk-table lamp from Artemide a real designer’s piece, which expands the Tolomeo series with another interesting model.
  • Artemide - Doride Floor Lamp
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    Artemide - Doride Floor Lamp
    The Doride floor lamp from Artemide is a masterpiece of the multiple awarded designer Karim Rashid. The minimalistic Doride lamp is made of a stable base of steel, with the technique hidden inside and from which the metallic, flexible shaft becomes the lamp’s head without interruptions in the material. The 350 degree rotatable Doride is dimmable with a touch dimmer and it is equipped with transversal ventilation grilles out of thermoplastic material. These grilles ensure glare-free lioght, which can change from direct to indirect according to your wishes. Karim Rashid considers the Artemide Doride a leave in the wind, the line of a pen or an upright growing wave in the sea. ”I designed the concept when I was 19 years old, studying at the university. Seeing the Doride family as I dreamed of back then is incredible for me, thirty years later.”
  • Artemide - LED Net Sospensione Circolare Pendant Lamp
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    Artemide - LED Net Sospensione Circolare Pendant Lamp
    The LED Net Sospensione Circolare pendant lamp is an impressive light installation, which will surely attract a whole lot of attention. The lamp by the Italian manufacturer Artemide includes 17 connected LED modules, with which the corpus out of painted aluminium creates an image of interwoven, pleasant, warm white light. The imposing appearance connected with the direct room light converts the Artemide LED Net Sospensione Circolare into the best candidate for big rooms, which makes them especially suitable for public rooms like hotels, restaurants or hospitals.
  • Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Fork Maxi Table Lamp
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    Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Fork Maxi Table Lamp
    The lamp shade of the Fork maxi table lamp by Diesel Living is inspired by casual fashion, camping tents and an informal, playful and dynamic lifestyle. The seams of the fabric resemble jeans. The light accentuates the patchwork structure and the character of the fabric and resembles a light that's turned on in a tent. The lamp shade can be turned around 360° and even the frame is very flexible, as it has several joints. Due to its flexibility the Fork maxi table lamp can be adjusted within the room individually. The warm light of the lamp is especially suitable for the home but it can also be used for common areas to add a relaxed atmosphere to them. The Fork lamp of the Successful Living from Diesel with Foscarini collection by Diesel Living is also available in beige. Fork can also be ordered as a floor lamp, mini table lamp and pendant lamp.
  • Artemide - Melampo Tavolo Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Melampo Tavolo Table Lamp
    The Melampo Tavolo table lamp from Artemide is ideally suitable to be used as desk lamp or as table lamp for the living room. Its direct or indirect light – according to the adjustment – makes it possible to work, read or to use the Melampo Tavolo as pleasant background illumination. The high class materials make the lamp elegant and noble, making Melampo special wherever it is. The shade of the lamp designed by Adrien Gardière is adjustable in different positions for pleasantly spread light.
  • Flos - Goldman Table Lamp
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    Flos - Goldman Table Lamp
    Almost everyone knows it: The Banker’s lamp - one of the earliest kinds of electric lamps which can be found in offices all over the world since the invention of electric light itself. As a matter of fact, the lamp shade became popular through countless movies but it originally stems from the 20 th century. Ron Gilad says: " Originally they were used by bankers, who worked long hours, looking at small numbers. They needed extra light on their desk to make their job a little easier ". On the basis of this long history designer Ron Gilad named his reinterpretation of the banker’s lamp after a traditional investment banking firm. The Goldman Table Lamp is picking up the classic shape of the original lamp and brings it into our modern era without losing its central design elements. Ron Gilad says: " Goldman is designed as a step in the evolution of this traditional lamp, injected with high technology and slick lines ". Whereas the shell of the Goldman Table Lamp reminds one doubtlessly of the original, one can find state-of-the-art technology on the inside: 42 LEDs ensure uniform illumination of the working space while the lamp shade protects from direct glare. On the underside the light sources are also covered by the diffusor so that even direct light appears soft and glare-free. Surprising is the USB connector on the backside of the Goldman Table Lamp whereby nearly every electronic device can be recharged. The High-Tech-impression is emphasised by the discreet Touch Switch that allows to dim the Working Lamp by Flos. By means of these characteristics and its classic-decorative presence the Flos Goldman certainly does not need to hide in the office but is also very suitable to set new and individual accents to various rooms. The Goldman Table Lamp is available with a solid brass base and a green glass shade as well as in a nickel version with smoke grey diffusor.
  • Artemide - Nur Gloss Mini Pendant Lamp
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    Artemide - Nur Gloss Mini Pendant Lamp
    The Nur Gloss pendant lamp from Artemide appears with a cool and equally elegant-noble appearance. The direct or indirect light – according to its adjustment – has a pleasant character and it invites to stay a little while. The aluminium made lamp’s body expresses quietness, ensuring a pleasant living and working climate. Whether in the living room or in the kitchen – this pendant lamp from Artemide looks gorgeous in many places, since the high gloss polish offers a very special elegance to the Nur Gloss Mini. The Nur Gloss Mini from Artemide is available in a white polished or black polished edition, as well as edition for halogen lamps, compact fluorescent lamps and metal steam lamps.
  • Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Fork Pendant Lamp
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    Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Fork Pendant Lamp
    The lamp shade of the Fork pendant lamp by Diesel Living is inspired by casual fashion, camping tents and an informal, playful and dynamic lifestyle. The seams of the fabric resemble jeans. The light accentuates the patchwork structure and the character of the fabric and resembles a light that's turned on in a tent. The lamp shade can be turned around 360° and even the frame is very flexible, as it has several joints. Due to its flexibility the Fork pendant lamp can be adjusted within the room individually. The warm light of the lamp is especially suitable for the home but it can also be used for common areas to add a relaxed atmosphere to them. The Fork pendant lamp of the Successful Living from Diesel with Foscarini collection by Diesel Living is also available in beige. Fork can also be ordered as a table lamp and floor lamp.
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Mini Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Mini Table Lamp
    The Italian lamps manufacturer Artemide produces the Tolomeo lamp from Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi since 1987. The design duo achieved in designing a trend-setting and extremely successful lamp, which can be found on desks of uncountable architecture offices and agencies today. The Tolomeo Mini table lamp carries the design of the classic model, but not its size. This one was made for design enthusiasts with the need of space saving office solutions. The Tolomeo Mini from Artemide offers a lot of flexibility and it spends direct and adjustable light, as well as its big brother. All the typical characteristics of the Tolomeo family: The highly flexible frame, the simple alu appearance and the hat like shade – all of it also characterizes the Tolomeo Mini table lamp. Artemide produces the Tolomeo Mini completely out of aluminium.
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