Lamp

A lamp is a device that makes light and heat. Lamps usually work with electricity, using a lightbulb.
Boalum LED for Artemide

Artemide Italian Lighting Company – Artemide is an Italian lighting and furniture manufacturer it is in located Pregnana Milanese. Read More →

Sabine Marcelis and new circular LED light in VARMBLIXT collection

Together, IKEA and Rotterdam based designer Sabine Marcelis want to embrace the potential of light at home and its positive impact on wellbeing. Two luminous lamps are the first products revealed for a collection called VARMBLIXT launching in Australia in early 2023.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 →

he was artistic director of Cappellini International Interiors and in charge of corporate image and communications; from 1982, he was consultant designer for several firms on pavilions, shops, and exhibition stands.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 →

Pierluigi Cerri featured image

He was active as an exhibition designer, designed 1978 ‘Peter Behrens und die AEG’ exhibition, Berlin; 1978 ‘Carrozzeria Italiana’ exhibition, Turin and Rome; 1981 ‘Identité Italienne,’ Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; 1983 ‘Alexander Calder’ exhibition, Turin; 1984 ‘Italian Design,’ Stuttgart and Tokyo; 1984 ‘Venti Progetti per il futuro del Lingotto,’ Turin; 1986 ‘Futurismo e Futurismi,’ Venice. Industrial design clients included B&B Italia, Fiat, IBM, Molteni, Unifor, Missoni, and Marotto.Read More →

Andreas Hansen featured image

He studied at the Kunsthåndvaerkerskolen, Copenhagen, to 1962 and Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademiets Møbelskole, Copenhagen to 1963.Read More →

Gunilla Jung glass and lighting

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.Read More →

Alfred Loos Lamp featured image

Between 1893-96, he travelled to America and worked as a mason and floor layer. He saw the work of the Chicago School, including William Le Baron Jenny, Burnham and Root, and Louis Sullivan. He settled in Vienna in 1896 and began to write and work as a designer and architect, turning away from the Vienna Sezession style and abandoning all decoration and ornamentationRead More →

Valentine Portable Typewriter featured image

He worked at Olivetti, where he designed office machinery, starting in 1956. He collaborated with Hans Von Klier on C. Castelli’s corporate design program. He was designing dictating machines for Süd-Atlas Werke in Monaco and electronic apparatus and control systems for Praxis in Milan.Read More →

Gibigiana Table Lamp designed by Achille Castiglioni

Castiglioni’s approach to design is characterised by wit and humour, which is portrayed here by a shape that resembles an animal or bird. The Gibigiana is a table light that may be adjusted. It includes a dimmer and produces reflected light. Read More →

Isamu Noguchi featured image

Although most often described as a sculptor, Isamu Noguchi’s output wasn’t confined to the realms of decorative art. He made stage sets, furniture (his eponymous coffee table is a cult piece) and created interiors as well as gardens.Read More →

Studio Más Design Lamp

Studio Más, known for designing products and furniture that are simple yet unique, released their Lamp Más in 2018. Created especially for the 2018 Young Retro Seoul Design Festival, Lamp Más was inspired by analogical behaviour and retro-like colour and shape and designed to have a beautiful balance between the pull switch and the lamp body.Read More →

Triana Floor Lamp

Triana is a floor lamp from yesteryear. One metre tall, elegant and stately. With a sculptural body and chintz lampshade. SEE MORERead More →

Heavy Base Architect Desk Lamp

CLASSIC DESIGN: with clean, simple lines this classic lamp will beautifully illuminate any desk or nightstandRead More →

Folding Desk Lamp with USB charging port

D4A is a foldable LED desk lamp from ONKRON. This model features a one-of-a-kind design that allows it to be small and portable and adjusted into three different positions: a traditional desk lamp, a desk lamp with a cellphone holder, and even a wall-mounted lamp! Read More →

Treforchette Table Lamp

This sofa is designed in a so-called minimalist style that is basic and unadorned. Throughout the late 1980s, this emergent style had a significant impact on design in Europe. The sofa in question results from a significant collaboration between a talented young designer and a manufacturer committed to promoting new design.Read More →

Lava Lamp in blue featured image

No matter how much culture changes, it appears that there is always a demand for the retro, which is why the playful visuals of a lava lamp never seem to go out of style. They provide more ambience than room light because of their vibrant colours and relaxing style.Read More →

Lepower Metal Desk Lamp featured image

his lamp features a high-quality metal lampshade and base that is heavy-duty, long-lasting, and attractive, brightening your living space, bedroom, or study room.Read More →

Akari Lamp featured image

In 1951, Isamu Noguchi visited the town of Gifu, Japan, known for its manufacture ofRead More →