In 1951, Isamu Noguchi visited the town of Gifu, Japan, known for its manufacture of lanterns and parasols made from mulberry bark paper and bamboo. Noguchi designed the first of his lamps to be produced by the traditional construction methods of Gifu. He referred to these works as Akari, a
This object, known as the “Bauhaus lamp,” embodies the essential idea—form follows function—of the influential Bauhaus School, founded in 1919 by the architect Walter Gropius, who taught the modern synthesis of fine and applied arts. Using simple geometric shapes—circular base, cylindrical shaft, and spherical shade—Wagenfeld and Jucker achieved “both maximum
Gunilla Jung was a glass and lighting artist and Silversmith. She designed glassware for Karhula (later Iittala) in the 1930s at the Institute of Applied Arts in Helsinki. Maybe best known for her pioneering lighting projects, such as in Helsinki’s Savoy Theatre.
Taito created her first silver designs and, later in the 1930s, others by Viri and Kultaseppät. She worked with Frans Nykänen, who at varying times was a director at both silversmithies.
A small space doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be cramped. Maybe there is not enough light; furniture doesn’t sit well, the layout isn’t right? How do you make a small room feel more spacious? With clever use of colour, furniture placing, space planning and lighting, your small space can feel as spacious as you need it to b
Energe economy with power pass of 0.012kw.h / 24 hours. Automatically change colour mode. Press the touch button to change colour, then press again, colour changes automatically. Can be powered by the supplied USB cable or 3 * AA batteries (not supplied) in different situations, flexible and use friendly. Can
These dimmable outdoor lights were designed by the architect Dominique Perrault and the designer Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost, a beautiful interpretation of the traditional tube light of Samode. Adjustable via your smartphone, the luminaires called Gude and Kyhn are available for indoor and outdoor use and fit perfectly in a contract
Bicoca lamp is a cute and functional piece, and its main advantage is that it can pivot to illuminate what you need The Bicoca lamp by Barcelona-based brand Marset is born with the optimism of brightening life and accompanying the good times, wherever you go. Source: Bicoca Lamp That Pivots
Designed by the Italian architect Stefano Giovannoni, this lamp made of polyethene is inspired by the heroic giant gorilla King Kong. The animal, in a pose almost human, throws the light in front of himself. Bigger than a toy, but smaller than a lamp, this gorilla becomes an object of desire ideal for desktops or bedside tables.