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Chimney Lighting emits a warm and ambient light over Lycra

SWBK has designed The Chimney Lighting for Matter & Matter. The lighting emits a warm and ambient light over Lycra, a fabric with elasticity.

Lamp bodies created with a magnetic rubber, founded through a blend of ferrous powder and silicone

Project Play comprises of a series of table lamps, with each object made by a standalone machine. Aiming to create new value between object and user, honest focus and magnification is put on the manufacturing process.

LE KLINT’s pleating ladies

The Klint Trust Fund was established by Jan Klint in 1972 and still plays an important role in the company’s financial infrastructure. The foundation grants yearly scholarships to young, up and coming architects and designers.

A lamp inspired by the Portuguese roofs

Roof tiles is a lamp inspired by the Portuguese roofs. The metal sheet is bend and covered with Burel felt worked in order to make reference to the roof tiles, recreating the comfort and protection roofs offers to buildings.

Collar, a table lamp by Kutarq and Nordic Tales

Collar is a table lamp, which unites simple Scandinavian design with Spanish elegance. The organic shape of the lampshade reflects a pleasant, diffuse light into the room. The lamp consists of three parts; a base, a LED-bulb and a lampshade.

Scotch Club. Designed by Mashallah & Apparatu

The Scotch Club is a polygonal ceramic spotlight consisting of 72 facets. The name is a hommage to the first discotheque in europe, named “Scotch Club”, since the ceramic spotlight is a reduced version of the disco ball.

The space of our Objects: Vilu lamp collection gt2P for DHPH

Vilu Light Collection is part of the project The Space of our Objects: Why do objects? How are they involved in space? What do objects give us? Creating objects help us to create a minimum architecture. They participate in space, define it functionally and intensify situations. They allow us to transmit an idea, learn ways to make and test processes.

Reuse of plastic bottles. Pet lamps by Alvaro Catalán de Ocón

In the Summer of 2011, on a visit to Colombia, he was invited to form part of an attractive project focussed on the reuse of plastic bottles PET. Hélène Le Drogou, psychologist and activist concerned with the plastic waste that contaminates the Colombian Amazon, invited to give his point of view as an industrial designer on this problem.

As part of a group of creatives involved in this project, he could see that the pollution generated by the plastic bottles that we use every day is a problem that affects us on a global level. It was because of this that he decided to develop a project that would provide answers, from a design viewpoint, to this global issue.

Adela – A lamp inspired in the craftsman shutters by El nebot del Persianer

Adela is a light born from a family tradition and passion for creating objects born of the fusion between the crafts and the technological. Lucas Sanz Belda, brother in law of Salvador’s grandmother and the blind craftsman since 1955. A whole design process: From the raw material collecting the cane until the blind manufacturing. A tradition that began his brother, over half a century ago. A lifetime making, repairing and setting up sunblinds that now, 50 years ago, as it remembers in a sort of tribute to an object so distinctive of the Mediterranean towns.

Trace, Recycling solar energy as ambient light by Gionata Gatto and Mike Thompson

Gionata Gatto of Studio Atuppertu and Mike Thompson combined photoluminescent pigments with polyurethane to make “Trace”. The outdoor lamp series convert waste energy into visible light.

Dama by Tom Allen

Dama is a table lamp designed by Tom Allen for Spanish eco-design company Lucirmás. Made from upcycled, recyclable and sustainably certified materials, the lamp was first previewed at the Salon Internazionale del Mobile in Milan 2012 at Superstudio Piú but has now been officially launched.

Solar bottle lights in the in The Philippines

In the Philippines’ urban slums, families are unable to afford electricity and often have no access to the grid anyway.

Pleat Box by Apparatu & Mashallah

The idea behind the Pleat Box is that of a sophisticated combination between a digitally-designed crease in a piece of cloth, the silhouette of which is applied to a ceramic base.
The outer part of the lamp is offered in white ceramic, underglazed red clay and grey –the result of recycling different enamels.


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