Artemide launches the ILIO 10 Special Edition lamp to celebrate the original ILIO’s 10th anniversary, featuring a sustainable shaded metal finish, dynamic light management via an app, and a commemorative laser-engraved signature, signifying the brand’s commitment to design excellence and sustainability.Read More →

Spa with warm lighting

Lighting hugely influences interior design, impacting emotional states and consumer behaviour. Cultural background also affects lighting preferences, with American customers favoring warmer light and Korean consumers preferring cooler tones. Therefore, a diverse and multicultural approach to lighting design is critical.Read More →

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Are you intrigued by the artistry of lighting design? Explore the full article to discover more about the Hudson Valley Lighting Company’s rich legacy, innovative designs, and ethical practices. Immerse yourself in the world of captivating fixtures and gain insights into their collaborations and recognition.Read More →

The Model No. DL8 Lucciola table light designed by Fabio Lenci

Discover the timeless beauty of the DL8 Lucciola table light designed by Fabio Lenci in approximately 1972. This iconic lighting fixture boasts an aluminum base and reflector, chrome-plated tubular metal stem, and captivating methacrylate disks. Standing at a maximum height of 72 cm, this masterpiece combines sleek aesthetics with functional brilliance, creating an illuminating ambiance that has stood the test of time. Explore the unique design elements and innovative materials that make the DL8 Lucciola a coveted piece among lighting enthusiasts and collectors alike.Read More →

Oceano Oltreluce - Cover Page

Oceano Oltreluce, founded in 1981, is an Italian lighting manufacturer specializing in innovative design and craftsmanship. The company’s philosophy is “Italian light workshop,” with in-house production, local sourcing, and authenticity. They embrace eco-sustainability and strive for continuous improvement.Read More →

Neon Lighting Dictionary term

Neon Lighting. Semiflexible, hollow tubes of clear acrylic with small bulbs inside that can be connected to light up all at once or sequentially to produce a “chasing” effect. It’s also known as disco lighting, and it’s given homeowners new illumination alternatives. Lights designers consider neon lighting to be an art form.Read More →

National Railway Station Restaurant, Vienna X, Josef Pohl

Josef Pohl, a Czech designer, pioneered adjustable lamps and created functional furniture designs like the “Bachelor’s Wardrobe” on casters. His designs emphasized simplicity, practicality, and functionality, embodying the modernist ethos.Read More →

Flos Lighting Manufacturer

Dino Gavina established the lighting firm Flos in 1962 to complement his furniture manufacturing at Gavina. In Merano, at first, it moved to the Brescia area. Maria Sinoncini and Cesare Cassina were directors, followed by Sergio Gandini. Read More →

Shark 3D Illusion Night Light Ocean Animal Desk Table Lamp

The 3D visual creative lamp is an innovative artistic atmosphere light, optical acrylic light guide plate engraving a variety of 2D graphics, 3D visual impact. Unique lighting effects amazing optical visual illusion home decor lamp, It makes your room more interesting,Ideal as a bedside lamp and decor in a kid’s bedroom.Read More →

Chrome Table Lamp by Donald Deskey

The table lamp has a chrome-plated spine and lampshade, a painted-black wooden base, and an electric cord protruding from the centre.Read More →

Genêt et Michon French Lighting Company

Genêt et Michon was a French lighting manufacturer founded in 1911 by Philippe Genêt and Lucien Michon. After testing, they found that thick-pressed glass increased the number of reflections and brightness of light more than other types of thin glass. They were pioneers of the suspended luminous sphere and made ceiling dalles, lamps, lustres, wall brackets, epergnes, and illuminated frieze. Their work was shown at the Salons of the Société des Artistes Décorateurs from 1922 to 1938, the Salons d’Automne from 1922 to 1924, and other events.Read More →

LED Lighting room example

LED lighting is becoming increasingly popular as an eco-friendly alternative to traditional lighting due to its low energy consumption, long lifespan, and bright white light. This guide explains how LED lights save energy and how their efficiency can be measured using the LED efficiency formula. LED Lighting Experience is a leading provider of lighting information and guides.Read More →

Donald Desk Lamp

Arteluce Italian Lighting Firm it was one of the modest businesses that contributed to Italian design’s international success in the 1950s. READ MORERead More →

Kurt Versen Table Lamp

In the 1940s and 1950s, executed many assignments from architects for flexible lighting appropriate to Modern interiors.Read More →

Handel Company Lamp

American Lighting firm

The Handel Company was founded in Meriden, Connecticut, in 1885 and created lamps and glass designs over the years. The business was incorporated in 1903.Read More →

Foscarini Showroom Preview Soho

Foscarini has been manufacturing contemporary lighting from its headquarters in Venice since 1981. Their products add a stunning focal point and blend seamlessly with modern architecture. They earned a reputation as one of the most distinctive suppliers of lighting accessories worldwide thanks to their inventive, unconventional, and creative methods.Read More →

Metalarte wall sconce

The Riera family owns Metalarte. In the 1960s, the company began producing a Modern line of lighting alongside its historicist turned-brass models. The 1975 Calder halogen swivel table lamp by Enric Franch was an exception to a return to conservative production. Read More →

Louis Poulsen Featured Image

The company began manufacturing in the 1920s. Poul Henningsen’s well-known ceiling lamp for Poulsen was put in Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Tugendhat residence in Brno from 1929 to 1939.Read More →

Elio Martinelli featured image

He and others founded a lighting company in 1942. In 1956, he founded the lighting firm Martinelli Luce in Lucca, designing plastics and metal and producing a perspex hanging lamp published in La Rivista dell’ Arredamento.Read More →