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triad 9
designed by:  Apparatus Studio
Drawing on trigonometric principles, these fixtures are a study in repeating triangular and
conical shapes. Solid brass, or with hand cast porcelain cones that emit a delicate glow.
available at:
apparatusstudio.com

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BREAK 4107
designed by: Xuclà & Alemany
The break’s architectural and geometric
metal body is comprised of angular lines
that invoke the feeling of a mountain
peak’s beauty. The asymmetrical
façade comes in two colors, and
creates an interesting shape for
any landscape setting: beige grey
and oxide lacquer.
available at:
vibia.com

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plumage
designed by: Vanessa Vivian
for Axo Light
Exotic, luxurious, empathic. The new Plumage collection evokes the overlapping feathers of
a tropical bird: a series of hanging or floor lamps with magnificent feather-like shapes, white
painted metal structures and TREVIRA® CS fabric diffusers. The overlapping shapes and light
layers of fabric cast interesting shadows and create dark and light giving the lamp a dynamic
appearance, like the feathers of a large bird. available at:
axolight.it

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alcatraz floor lamp
designed by: Giuseppe Maurizio Scutella
by Artemide
The Alcatraz Floor Lamp is a floor lamp, composed of a polished white painted metal base and
injection-molded thermoplastic diffuser for direct and or indirect LED lighting. Includes a die-cast
aluminum reflector. Dual control dimming allows for the independent operation of the two light
sources. Ships with dimmer switch on cord. available at:
artemide.us

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luminophor
designed by: Till Armbrüster
Luminophor reveals the functionality of white LEDs like a close-up. The light head, a diode
emitting blue light, shines on the diffusion disk which converts the blue into white light.
available at:
ingomaurer.com

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buenos aires
designed by: Iris Design Studio
The black and white plisse shade has an Art Nuveau feel to it and a hint of the bulb shape is at
the front of the design. The white fabric transfers perfect soft light, and as a whole, this fixture is
perfect for the living room or bedroom as well as receptions. available at:
irisdesignstudio.com

38.11 suspension lamp
designed by:  Omer Arbel

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38 is a surrealistically motivated re-exploration of a technique of making originally developed for
a previous project called 28, whereby air is pushed in and out of glass that is intermittently heated
and cooled.  In the case of this project, the technique is stretched to the limits of possibility.
Large glass spheres are blown, and then a multitude of white cavities are introduced into
them haphazardly, intentionally intersecting and colliding with each other.  Several of these
are deep enough to contain earth and succulent and cacti plantings.  Others are used as
housings for lighting elements.  There are two or three lighting elements per large sphere
(which houses either a 10 watt xenon or a 1.8 watt LED), and one or two planters.  Electricity
and suspension are achieved using stiff copper tubing, which is allowed to tangle and crinkle,
seemingly without regard for gravity. Once in a while, these copper tubes loop around satellite
white planters, appearing to have escaped from the confines of the lit clear glass spheres.
available at:
ddcnyc.com

sous mon arbre lamp
designed by: Florian Brillet

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Outdoor lamp with an organic shape that is sure to evoke a large flower that becomes a source
of  light at night. With its metal hook treated for outdoor conditions, which can be used if
necessary, it can rest freely on its stand, or be hooked to a branch of a tree, for example.
Lampshade of repoussé, rust-proof phosphate treated aluminum. Silk white Lacquer finish .
Hook of rust-proof phosphate treated steel. Lacquered finish (PU) satin black color.
available at:
ligneroset-usa.com