The Stockholm based design firm Note Design Studio has recently released their new Trapets Lighting for Swedish manufacturer Zero. The sleek lights feature a beautiful wooden detail wrapped in 3 color options of steel. the light uses a T5 eco-flourescent tube for its light source.
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Composition Light by designer Miya Kondo is a beautiful series of lamps that plays with “our emotional experience of space, time and place.” The light in the lamps becomes an integral part of the visual structure of the lamps. Minimalism at its finest in which less is definitely more.
The 1X1 LED Desk Lamp by New York based designer Victor Vetterlein is as simple as it gets. The single wood stick (made from factory cut-offs) is internally weighted at one end and comes with a separate bendable rod that is is used as the lights stand. The user can re-bend and move the rod around to customize the lamp and direct the light to where they need it.
Israeli designer Asaf Weinbroom recently released a series of lights that includes the Vash Light, Chuko Light & Gardom Light, all handmade using beautiful woods. The lamps all feature simple mechanisms that bounce the light and direct it for the user. The lights are currently being shown as part of the “Plug-In” exhibition at the Design Space Gallery in Tel Aviv.
The Jump & Cudepoule Lamps by Strasbourg based designer Claude Saos are works of simple beauty. Claude’s use of familiar materials in unexpected ways lends beautifully to these two lamps. Both lamps, the Jump Lamp, with its concrete shade, steel base and oak supports, and the Cudepoule Lamp with its felt shade and oak base, use the properties of each material perfectly.
Big Bounce by Atelier Takagi is a brilliant little floor lamp that bounces its light off a vibrantly powder coated panel to diffuse it and direct it around the room. The all laser cut steel and FSC certified oak lamp is a fun take on the traditional boring arena of floor lamps.