Author:
Domus
Published:
August 1, 2016
Categories:
Design

For the outdoor and indoor, some examples to improve space quality, relaxation and comfort in cozy atmospheres.
Here a selection of ten designer-lamps.

1– Enzo Catellani: Medousê
Enzo Catellani lights up the outdoor spaces at Light + Building 2016 with the new lamp collection that recreate the same warmth and atmosphere as indoor lights.
2– Front: Plane Lamp for Zero
The new lamps designed by Front, and presented in Stockholm this week, have a simple construction of thin metal wires in a structural grid crowned by a flat light source.
3– Passepartout
Capable of making spaces intimate and cozy thanks to its indirect light, the lamp designed by Luta Bettonica for Cini & Nils is a “passepartout” for different scenarios.
4– Mist lamp
Starting from the qualities of Lycra textile overlapping the Korean designer duo Jungmo Seungyeon designed a lamp that produces a bright light.
5– Bulbo: Modular Line
Bulbo developed a modular lighting system that activates the photosynthesis process by stimulating the growth of plants in low natural lighting conditions.
6– Ameluna
The light competence of Artemide combined with the distinctive trait of Mercedes-Benz Style on forms and materials create Ameluna lamp, presented at Light + Building 2016.
7– Wireless is More
During last Fuorisalone, Davide Groppi presented WireLess is More: a project of wireless and dimmable lamps that rely their essence on simplicity. #MDW2016
8– Ferréol Babin: Aile
Using paper, carbon fiber and aluminium, Fabrica’s French designer Ferréol Babin created a light and delicate desk lamp, characterized by simple, clean lines and dark tones.
9– Aura by Joan Gaspar
The starting point for the design of the Aura wall lamp – presented on the occasion of Light + Building 2016 – is the humble shape of a transparent glass carafe.
10– Les Cordes
On view at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Matheu Lehanneur’s lighting feature Les Cordes uses contemporary technology with handcraft work to create a modern chandelier.

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