Design trends: Latest in lights
January 28, 2018 - table lamp
LONDON, Jan 29 — After IMM perfume (January 15-21), Maison Objet (January 19-23) and a Paris Deco Off border (January 18-22), new trends are holding figure in a universe of seat and interior design. Here are some of this season’s standout lighting designs.
With a 3D fabric shade and steel structure, this flare references a ruffs ragged in Western Europe from a mid-16th century to a mid-17th century.
This year, a “Ondule” list flare by Chape Mache for Cinna has been incited into a wall light. Fans of a strange will find a same circuitous pattern ensuing from experiments with a copper tube.
The “Dali Divina” list flare for Maison Dada has a shade that can be pointed to approach light in opposite directions. To switch it on, simply hold a small globe that serves as a on/off switch.
The “Asola” flare by engineer Evangelos Vasileiou nods to a 1970s and 1980s. Made from seperated steel — a element that was renouned during a time — a white colour and stylised fungus figure evokes iconic lamps from this time, like a Nesso flare designed in 1965 by Giancarlo Mattioli or a Shogun by Mario Botta designed in 1986 (Artemide).
Italian engineer Paola Navone was desirous by Japanese lanterns when conceptualizing this outside light for Martinelli Luce. “Kiki” is suitable for use in gardens or other outside spaces.
Founded in 2016, Versant Edition is a immature contemporary pattern code formed in a Pyrenees. Its “Lutz” (“Light” in a Gascon language) flare is done from coronet and marble.
The banana-shaped flare by Studio Job for Seletti earnings this year as a wall light. — AFP-Relaxnews