Drawing Lamp

November 12th, 2009

When it comes to product design, I’m a real fan of simple but good ideas. This table lamp called “Drawing Lamp” by Thomas Feichtner would be an excellent example.  Although I’m curious to see it lit.

Drawing Lamp by Thomas Feichtner

Cluster Lights

August 28th, 2009

Cluster Lights by Bertjan Pot.

Cluster Lights by Bertjan Pot

Cluster Lights by Bertjan Pot

Cluster Lights by Bertjan Pot

found at designboom weblog

Self Reflecting Lamp

July 21st, 2009

Self Reflecting Lamp by Oliver Schick. I like it as an object, I’m just wondering how you would exchange the light bulb.

Self Reflecting Lamp by Oliver Schick

Self Reflecting Lamp by Oliver Schick

found at yatzer

Etirement by Rémi Bouhaniche

July 9th, 2009

Etirement is a light designed by Rémi Bouhaniche. I guess you tell from the image how it works … You can switch the light on by pulling the rod down, the more you pull it down the brighter the light gets.

Etirement by Rémi Bouhaniche

found at dezeen

X, Y and Z

June 11th, 2009

X, Y and Z is a collection of lights designed by Daniel Lorch. It all started when Daniel found a magnetic joint. The form of the lights is influenced by a text about the minimal art of John McCracken, which is about breaking the porportions of the gold section. The industrial look is a homage to the machines used to produce them.

X, Y and Z by Daniel Lorch

X, Y and Z by Daniel LorchX, Y and Z by Daniel Lorch

X, Y and Z by Daniel Lorch

seen at DMY Berlin Allstars


June 10th, 2009

PULL and PULL-OVER are lamps designed by e27. Their base is a made of a 2,5 mm thick stainless steel disc which is lasered and then stretched to a height of almost 2 meters. This is very simple but nice production technique!
The only difference between both models is, you’ve guessed it, that the PULL-OVER is covered with a strech fabric. Both are available in 2 smaller sizes too.

PULL by e27

PULL-OVER by e27

seen at DMY Berlin – Made in Berlin 2009

DMY Berlin Youngsters 2009 – Modulares Licht

June 4th, 2009

“Modulares Licht” is the diplom thesis of Robert Hoffmann. He made 3 different lights where you can tilt the sidepanels. So you can not only change their shapes but also control the light. Neat.

Modulares Licht by Robert Hoffmann

Modulares Licht by Robert Hoffmann

Seen at DMY Berlin Youngsters

DMY Berlin Youngsters 2009 – O!Cap

June 3rd, 2009

O!Cap is a silicon lampshade designed by designlab. It is available in 3 different colours, but the catch is that they added different aroma’s to the silicon like lemongrass for example. So when you put one over an energy saving light bulb, the heat of the lamp sets the scent free.
You can go and see/smell them at DMY Berlin Youngsters.

O!Cap by designlab

O!Cap by designlab


June 2nd, 2009

Chiwawa by Vincent Olm is quite a simple lamp, he added just a laser-cut metal ring to a standard bulb holder. I really don’t like the name though.

Chiwawa by Vincent Olm

found at dezeen


May 29th, 2009

These Hammerlamps, designed by Rupert Kopp, are CNC milled from solid aluminium. I’m quite curious to see them next week at SUN DAYS during DMY Berlin, I have no idea how big or small they actually are.

Hammerlamp by Rupert Kopp

Hammerlamp by Rupert Kopp