For many design studios conceiving and creating new lighting designs is a part of their daily bread and butter. With advances in technology and material application continue to thrive. The following lights are recent examples of innovative lighting ideas.
In 2005 Anglepoise®️ was approached by the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre to produce a giant version of the Original 1227™ lamp (the Original 1227™ was used by Dahl in his writing hut). A truly creative and ambitious statement piece the Original 1227™ Giant floor lamp garnered much attention and is now in volume production.
You can even add them to contemporary outdoor spaces to give them a subtle Mediterranean flavor without going overboard with more elaborate motifs. The magic of outdoor lanterns is that they can turn even the most mundane setting into a dreamy escape that seems completely different from the rest of your house.
The handmade bohemian glass pendants from BROKIS are equally captivating while &tradition aims to combine simplicity with color and contemporary aesthetics. From Danish and Scandinavian design to those with Mediterranean zest and minimal style there is plenty to choose from here.
Children will love the neon lights because of their brightness and therefore the magical ability to keep the monsters away! Pick out a funky motive like this Pac-Man neon light by Electric Confetti and see how your child feels about his newly illuminated room!
When envisaging the new Control lamp TAF deconstructed the key elements of a lamp – the bulb switch/dial and base – and presented them in a minimalist form. With Control the light and dimmer are controlled by a clever freestanding dial: a simple concept perfectly executed.