From Denmark comes a new and quirky lamp by designer Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt. Called Bau, it can be customized to your liking. It comes disassembled into pieces—circles of different sizes with slots—that can be combined in various ways. A DIY object that masterfully combines functionality and style! The Bau lamp is available in two sizes and two […]Read more
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Japanese YOY Design Studio never ceases to amaze us with its chameleonic objects. A few months ago we told you about Book, a pot to put a plant hidden inside a book. A new creative feat where YOY Design continue their usual ritual of playing with camouflage Now we have POSTER, a new creative feat in line with their […]Read more
Cone Lights are the work of London studio Vit. A brand new project that highlights simplicity and an elegant play of contrasts between two shapes: the sphere and the cone, which in turn gives versatility to the object itself. Its so neat appearance and finish, combined with its minimalism and lack of color, giving them an almost […]Read more
German study Aust & Amelung is responsible for these curious lamps from the series Like Paper. They seem made ??of paper, but they aren’t: the material used is slewed concrete. Designed following patterns that imitate folded paper, they are surprisingly original pieces.Read more
She’s destined to become a cult ítem for lovers of good design. For its synthesis of form and function but also for its geometrical, modern and basis blend of poetic sensibility and production techniques. We’re referring to Tatou, the new lamp collection designed by Patricia Urquiola.Read more