Light complements architecture like day complements night. Alone, they can struggle for appreciation, but together, they bring us great beauty. The best architects use light to enhance their designs. They take into account important details like the rising and falling of sun with respect to the building to ensure that the building captures the sunrise or sunset. Architects want to provide the best views and ambiance for the people moving or working within their buildings.
Inspired by a nomadic life, wherein nomads move across a continent and interweaving meadows to enjoy the nature, Korean designer Seung Yong Song has come up with a mobile light called the “Rong” that lets you enjoy nomadic life around home, which usually is not possible in fast moving modern life. Replicating the identical scenario in a simplified manner for modern nomads, the Rong light offers a natural, gentle ambiance and creates an atmosphere of countryside camping around your house.
Bringing organic shapes and arrangements to modern interiors, Orange Pen Design Company has developed a trendy table lamp that features a non-symmetrical body to give a raw or rustic look to your decor. Hailed as “Aurora,” the contemporary lamp discharges light through a laser cut design pattern, which makes it look more like a piece of art than a lighting object.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of John Glenn as the first American astronaut to orbit the Earth, designers at Raumfieber have created a compact and sophisticated pendant light that seems to take you to the Star Wars world. Dubbed as “Mercury,” the spacecraft lamp is carved out of PVC sheets to maintain a trendy design. Measuring 7 x 7″ (WH) in dimensions, the precision-cut lamp touts brushed steel finish with an exclusive giclee printed pattern to complement the modern home decor.
Cylindrical shape usually makes flash lights static, which cramps the users to take the full advantage of mobile lighting system. Enhancing the utility of flash lights, Swiss designer Adrian Gögl has developed a modular lighting concept name “KUGL,” meaning “ball” in German, to give a wide range of possibilities to the user. As depicted by its name, the new flash light presents a spherical form that not only makes it compact but functional as well.
Ever thought, what happens to the millions of wine bottles drained down every day to douse the parched throats all over the world? There are a few creative minds who keep striving to carve something unique and productive out of the ordinary. Recycling the empty glass bottles, Chinese designer Jiang Qian has come up with an innovative lamp that not just gives a rustic look to your home decor but also helps in sustaining the environment.