Artist Miguel Chevalier recently created a series of immersive projections that added a spellbound layer to a University of Cambridge charity event. The fundraising occasion featured Chevalier’s designs front and center in the King’s College Chapel, as they wrapped the historic interior in a myriad of changing colours, patterns, and textures. It was a striking juxtaposition that fused contemporary imagery with 16th-century Gothic English architecture—a mashup of old and new that brought the building to life.
Philippe Starck describes the concepts behind this latest lamps for Italian manufacturing firm Flos.
A local neighbourhood festival held in Barcelona, Spain, features colourful artistic objects filling the Catalonia sky. The various canopies conceal the pathways with illuminated thematic arrangements.
The multi-purpose lantern features an adjustable beam that can be angled through the use of a magnetic ball joint.
A suspension lamp made of a steel tube and wire offering a new way of spot lighting.
When nature illuminates the darkness, it is not done by a simple click.
Inspired by the costumes of the triadic ballet of Oskar Schlemmer, the figurines are showing different characters of lighting.
Made of acrylic, 3 different manufacturers are needed to produce it in order to mix the chair with neon lighting and all electrical parts.
Its curious form recalls the shape of classic gas lamps, that were once carried around.
A small pendant lamp made out of aluminum by metal spinning and coated with a special paint, which changes color from turquoise to white when reaching 31 degrees.