Latest Design News

Latest Design News

Latest Design News featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Khepri

Khepri is a floor lamp and also a pendant that is designed based on ancient Egyptians Khepri, the scarab god of rising of morning sun and rebirth. Just touch Khepri and light will be on. From the darkness to the light, as ancient Egyptians always believed. Developed from the evolution of Egyptian scarab shape, Khepri is equipped with a dimmable LED that is regulated by a touch sensor switch that provides three settings adjustable brightness by a touch.

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Click Light

The Click Light introduces a unique element of personalization and interaction into the interior lighting design. One can connect any number of shelf units and let the lighting ropes stretch, drop, tie and twist in endless combinations, creating unique and dynamic individual spaces. The Click Light enables a direct interaction and feel with the user, amplifying the experience and the personal connection. Usually, the designer enjoys all the fun from creating a piece and testing different variations, with the Click Light’s new magnetic mechanism, the creative process shifts to the user.

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Olah

Olah is a wall sconce using a circline fluorescent bulb, that is integral to the lighting design. Ingenuity and a love of engineering enabled the creation of this light without any visible fasteners. The light is unique because of its versatility in hanging options. The light can be mounted in four different ways, using a specifically designed universal bulb holder, and a distinctly designed mounting plate to install the sconce. What you receive with Olah is four lights in one.

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Reverse Sunclock

The Reverse Sunclock Wall Lamp offers a concept that focuses on bringing together two ever existent notions, that of time and light. ADD Architecture Studio designed a lighting product which bears the ambition of bringing those two together. The coexistence of a clock and a lamp in a statement of an object was the goal. The discus gradually lights off in parts like a clock would do in order to remind the user of the change of time during the day, corresponding to the different needs of direct and indirect light. The design relies on the contrast of light and shadow on the chosen materials.

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Linear Flora

Linear Flora is inspired by the number “three” from the bougainvillea, the flower of Pingtung County. Apart from the three bougainvillea petals seen from below the artwork, variations and the multiples of three could be spotted in different aspects. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Taiwan Lantern Festival, Lighting design artist Ray Teng Pai was invited by Cultural Affairs Department of Pingtung County to create an unconventional lantern, the unique combination of form and technology, sending a message of transforming the heritage of the festival and connecting it with the future.

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Treasured Mansion

Design try to design a flexible space with lines of light. First, curving light lines are formed, then combines these lines into a luminous elevation. Putthe ceiling and wall together to form a complete space of light. Designer use 3D modelling to research on the size, dimension and height of light lines as well as ergonomics. Economical materials like lamp film and LEDlightare used in design of the space to create a space with flow lines.

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