Stick by AtelierUtopia

April 19th, 2009

Stick by AtelierUtopia, available in 2 sizes and in black and white.

Stick by AtelierUtopia

Blown Fabric by Nendo

April 8th, 2009

“Blown Fabric” is collection of lamps designed by Nendo. They used the material Smash, a long-fibre non-woven polyester, which you can shape in almost any form when heated. The production technique is very similar to blown glass. That’s why they’ve used LED bulbs to make sure that the lampshades don’t collapse.
This will be on display during the Milan furniture fair at the Tokyo Fiber ’09 Senseware exhibition.

Blown Fabric by Nendo

Blown Fabric by Nendo

Blown Fabric by Nendo

Blown Fabric by Nendo

Hundredstenunits Collection One

March 26th, 2009

I quite like the simplicity of Collection One by Hundredstenunits. I really would like to know how they fitted the LED’s into that lamp.

Table by Hundredstensunits

A4 Lamp by Hundredstensunits

found at dezeen


February 27th, 2009

Lunar is the name of this ceiling light designed by Konstantin Grcic. I wouldn’t mind if one landed on my ceiling.

Lunar by Konstantin Grcic

Birds + Bees Table Light

February 10th, 2009

Birds + Bees Table Light by Lindsey Adelman.

Birds + Bees Table Light by Lindsey Adelman


February 3rd, 2009

JSUT by Andy Coolquitt.

JSUT by Andy Coolquitt

Light Bulb

January 26th, 2009

Light Bulb by Jeff Liebermann

light bulb is a levitating yet powered lightbulb. It will float stably in midair and remain on for years without any physical contact, charging, or batteries. Ironically, with the levitation and wireless power circuitry both on, this entire package still consumes less than half the power of an incandescent bulb.

This is not a trick or a photoshop manipulation. The bulb and the casing contain hidden circuitry that uses electromagnetic feedback to levitate the bulb roughly 2.5″ from the nearest object, and uses coupled resonant wireless power transfer to beam power from the housing into the bulb itself.

Yuichi Higashionna

December 10th, 2008

Yuichi Higashionna is a Japanese artists who makes these amazing florescent light fixture chandeliers. This one is called Chandelier VII, you can read an interview with him at Shift.

Chandelier VII by Yuichi Higashionna

UseLess Is More

December 4th, 2008

JoeVelluto, an Italian design studio, wrote the “Manifesto of Adesign”. If design produces function, the Adesign produces Dis/function. “UseLess Is More” is the first interpretation of that manifesto. These objects designed by JoeVelluto are nearer to art than to design, but you can still discover the real aim of the object.
I want this disfunctional lamp and disfunctional clock!

Disfunction Lamp by JoeVelluto

Disfunction Lamp by JoeVelluto

Disfunction Lamp by JoeVelluto

Disfunction Clock by JoeVelluto

Disfunction Clock by JoeVelluto


December 2nd, 2008

Almost 2 years ago this lamp by Nathalie Dewez was called Drop, now it is called Lamp06 and it is available from Ligne Roset. I’ll take both sizes.

Lamp06 by Nathalie Dewez