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7 Amazing Lamp and Lighting Designs from Around the World

Amazing lighting by ingenious designers can have the effect of stimulating multiple emotions, as well as setting the tone for any room.  From lamps to pendants, from one off installations from a global icon to minimalist designs for the kitchen or bedroom, we look at seven great examples from around the world. THE GLASSHOUSE When […]

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Top 3 New Lighting Designs

We’ve searched some of the best designer’s for their new lighting designs, bringing you some varied designs, all with unique but classic features and certainly all with outstanding craftsmanship. Cell by Matteo Ugolini Cell is a collection of lighting by the designer Matteo Ugolini. Created for the Italian Karman group, the designs reflect the ancient Chinese […]

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Shattered Lights – Lamp by Ira Rozhavsky

Shattered Lights is made from broken tempered glass coated with a silicone lining and the edge of the lamp is lined with white LEDs, is strangely but not unattractively absorbing.

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The P-Light Modern Chandelier by Angelo Mangiarotti

The P-Light chandelier is a modern, delicate and rather simple chandelier. It is composed of transparent, white or black crystal pieces, depending on your selection, entirely hand made, and arranged on metal structures and available in three different sizes. The Vistosi of Murano glasswork exclusively makes the shape of the lamp.

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Lamp Design: Spoons by Daisuke Hiraiwa

It’s always amazing to see what can be done by creative people with inanimate objects. Take for example, Daisuke Hiraiwa, a Japanese designer that has punctured minute holes into boring, simple, clear plastic spoons. When a light is placed beneath the spoons, the result is impressive. Simon Turner

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