seagrass natural light shade

Shade made from natural seagrass by studio Den & Now
+ Den&Now

composium

Composium is a tabletop light made with a solid hand blown glass by glass artist/designer, John Hogan.
+ ladies and gentlemen studio

birchbark light

The concept of ‘Svetoch’ Lamp is based on a traditional glue-free craft method of joining birchbark parts together, combining it with a laser cutted structure and celebrating the material.
+ Anastasiya Koshcheeva

shell lights

The resin lampshades were designed to resemble egg shells.
Half transparent, the shades creates a gradient, in color and in light, playing on the amount of light coming out of each shade.
+ Nir Meiri

prism chair

“This creation will be like a shimmering sculpture. Miraculous expression is brought by the refraction of light.”
+ tokujin yoshioka

sponge lights

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“There is a new light. No dazzles. No marks. Not even corpuscles or lumens,” begins Pottery Project of its Sponge light description. “It is a warm and porous light, coming from the handmade pottery piece skin.”
+ pottery project

chandelier Maria C.S.

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Maria S.C. chandelier is made from laboratory test tubes, set in two plywood bands. This surprising material and geometric shape makes this lamp both classic and innovative. The double glass cylinder recalls Art Deco forms in a unique contemporary way.
+ Pani Jurek

brick lamp mini

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The original idea of this project is to make people aware of the moment
of concealing and revealing light. To make it a functional lamp, instead of a switch, light is activated when raised(on) or laid flat(off). Also by creating the side facets, a natural
handle is made which also directs the light when the brick
sits on it’s side.
+ hcwangdesign

light bracket

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The Light bracket is a clever and playful solution for a shelf bracket and under shelf light combined into one. The bracket is made from cold rolled steel and powder coated in glossy white. Perfect for supporting a shelf above a counter, desk, or bed with the added benefit of illuminating the space below. Also available in a wall sconce version. The braided, nylon cords come in eight vibrant colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, white and black.
Photo Credit: Andrew Kao
+ alex allen studio

Ran lamp

ran lamp/ Pinwu

The “Ran” lamp symbolizes the ancient processing of silk floss and how it is still applied by local workshops in Yuhang. The object freezes one particular processing unit, when the silk is stretched in water. It appears an outstanding and unique texture. Due to the light it generates a warm and domestic living atmosphere.
+ pinwu

halo suspension light

halo suspension light / Aurelie Richard

Suspension flat light, wicker
Finish: natural wicker
Comes with electric wooden bowl
+ hytt design

edward nomad chandelier

wicker light / Aurelie Richard

A Nomad chandelier wicker with link
+ hytt design
+ Aurelie Richard

luna pulp lamp

Paper pulp Luna lamp / Crea-re

Paper pulp lamp “Luna” refers with its color and shape to the Moon. Although the Moon seen from the Earth appears a very bright white, its surface is actually dark.
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“/” lamp

lamp / Ubikubi

Give your space an industrial look with “/” Lamp, a versatile lighting piece that mixes concrete and cork. “/” Lamp is an object that gives the user the chance of choice. A subjective and personal choice.
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the mush-lume collection

mush lume lamps / Danielle Trofe

The Mush-Lume and Mush-Bloom collections are an initiative to start thinking differently about what our products are made from and how we can keep them out of landfills. We’re working with Ecovative Design and their patented growing process to create ORGANIC, SUSTAINABLE and BIODEGRADABLE interior products.
+ danielle trofe

miss maple

Miss Maple / Elisa Strozyk

The pendant lamp “Miss Maple” is showing the use of a familiar material in an unconventional way. We usually experience wood as a plain surface, but here it is broken down into a grid of triangles. This makes a flexible lampshade which can be transformed manually in three-dimensional ways.
While the lamp generates warm light at night the surface outside becomes more evident with daylight and turns the lamp into sculptural object.
+elisa strozyk

man of hay light

man of hay light / tante lotte

is an ambient light source made from real Alpine hay and flowers, reminiscent of the same-named “man of hay” humanoid haystacks found in the fields of Austria’s Tyrol.
+ tante lotte

rock lights

rock lights / lasvit

The eye catching transluscent rock imitating lights are designed by Arik Levy for Lasvit.
+arik levy
+lasvit

orikomo

orikomo /blaanc

Orikomo’s form is simple and elegant in its visual effect, yet complex to create. It is suitable to light a variety of spaces in the home and, at the same time, knows how to be a discrete protagonist of its surroundings.
+blaanc

luciferase

luciferase/ Nacho Carbonell

Spanish-born Eindhoven-based designer Nacho Carbonell’s newest body of work ‘Luciferase’ in latin means a photon-producing enzyme, present in the luminous organs of certain plants and animals.
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grass lamps

grass lamp / pinwu

Xuan Lamp:
Within this lamp the bamboo is changed into fine and smooth slices. Its shape is easy to control. Especially by a breeze through an open window the delicate curves of bamboo are fluttering and dancing.
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bookmark lamp

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This lightweight lamp by French designer Léonard Kadid uses a book as a base.
Called Bookmark lamp, the object is made of a single piece of plywood, bent in two places.
Kadid has also designed a table inspired by molecular structures, with wooden poles branching out from the centre to form legs and supporting arms for the table surface, which is made of steel.
+ leonard kadid

algae lighting

algae lighting/ Christian Vivanco

After spending several summers in the Mexican Caribbean the inspiration to develop a very special project was more than enough; I’ve always felt a great curiosity about the seaweed and coral reefs, their ability to generate a variety of colors and intensities, and in the case of seaweeds, their constant movement under water, resembling a slow dance.
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here comes the sunlight table

sunlight table/ Anab Jain


This project examines how sustainable work environments are established to emphasize the significance of a work/life balance. It uses the research carried out in the difficult environment of call centers to provide insight into the wider context of stressful and sedentary office based work.
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grass shade

grassland grass lamp/ 360seegallery

Natural Grass Object.
Real grass on fabric lamp shade proportioned to be used as a hanging swag lamp.
The grass has been painted green and should retain most of its lush color.
+360seegallery

invisible streetlight

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Streetlight emits light at nighttime by saving energy from sunlight during the day. The most innovative element of Invisible Streetlight is that it does not require a support because the flexible body in the shape of tree branch is directly installed to the trees lining a street. Installation is simple in parks and outskirts of urban centers, and the Invisible Streetlight does not spoil scenic beauty of the surrounding areas.
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soft light

soft light/Simon Frambach

Soft Light is a soft and flexible light shade made of foamed polyurethane. Its curvy fluent shape that resembles a calabash pumpkin provokes an organic and familiar appearance for a thoroughly synthetic and industrialized material.
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bard lamps

bard lamps/ loic bard

simplicity of the Bard lamps inspired by the simplicity of the japanese tea ceremony
+loicbard

pearl light

pearl light/ ola giertz

Pearl light is a lamp in the shape of a jewelry box. In such a box one expects to find something precious: a ring, or perhaps the knowledge that someone loves you.
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a piece of light

This concept of a tactile and portable light therapy lamp was developed in a projects in cooperation with NASA. The background is the scenario of a possible life on Mars in a very distant future. How would we coup with the lack of sun light.
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stripped lamp

stripped lamp/ floris wubben

With the Stripped design a piece of nature is transformed into a standing lamp, by a minimum number of modifications. It is an honest product, in which the natural form of the tree branch has been kept as much as possible.
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gudpaka lamp

gudpaka lamp/ gt2p

GUDPAKA lamp represents the concept of digital crafting in its maximum expression. It brings together manufacturing processes and production from both the field of digital and technological to that of the artisan and low tech.
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decafe lamps

decafe lamps/ Raul Lauri

Coffee grounds as a renewable and biodegradable material are given second life brilliantly as lampshades. The versatility of abundant recycled coffee grounds creates a vast sustainability potential in product design.
+ rlauri

weightless lamp

weightless lamp/ kyouei

Japanese product designer Kouichi Okamoto of Kyouei Design has created ‘weight of the light lamp’ to visually show the load of something usually considered weightless. Light bulbs are placed into 16 nonflammable cloth bags to counter the weight this creates, a stone is placed on the other side of a wooden and stainless steel balance.
+kyouei

glass pillow

glass pillow/ marleenkurvers

A pillow becomes a floor lamp. An object that fills the room with a warm glow. The contrast between the glass and the image of a soft pillow makes this lamp an unusual object.
+marleenkurvers

leafy interior

leafy interior/ cinqcinqdesigners

“Sabz has asked 5.5 designers to design the interior of their new store dedicated to outdoor furniture. They drew from the topographic language the scenic writing of the place.
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driftwood lamps

driftwood lamps/ rebeccaasquith

I love walking along beaches looking at shells, finding interesting bits of wood, worn glass, and other flotsam and jetsam from the ocean.
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