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Enso Lamp by Laokoon Company


Moving textile, moldable lamp: Enso Lamp by Laokoon Company can be freely shaped, thanks to Laokoon, a flexible fabric developed in Hungary by Szentirmai-Joly Zsuzsanna, described as "strips, woven or laced, [that] slide over each other, enabling the formation of unique two- or three-dimensional shapes and forms."

Capture Light by Paul Cocksedge


Capture, by Paul Cocksedge, is a 5 ¼ ft hand-spun aluminum dome that appears to "hold" the peaceful glow of a warm white light.

Task Lamp by James Smith


A system of sliding cantilevers provides extensive positioning control of the Task Lamp by James Smith, with minimal lines and natural materials, ash armatures on a granite or slate base.

Contrast Lighting Collection by Julien Carretero


A collection of contrasts, six different metals, six different finishes, bright colours, dark patinas, curves and straight cuts comprise Julien Carretero's Contrast lighting collection for gallery Victor Hunt.

Lamp Lumps Leaks by Gonçalo Antunes de Azevedo


547 different pieces of polypropylene routed with a three-axis CNC make up a "peanut", aka Strømg Lump Leaks, a ceiling lamp.

Strømg Lumps Leaks Pendant by Gonçalo Antunes de Azevedo


547 different pieces of polypropylene routed with a three-axis CNC make up a "peanut", aka Strømg Lump Leaks, a ceiling lamp.

Light Object 009 by Naama Hofman and Dikla Ben Ari


Lighting designer Naama Hofman and textile designer Dikla Ben Ari have collaborated to create a series of silk-screened Tyvek light objects.

The Fragiles Lights by Davide G Aquini


Sturdy metal profiles with embedded LEDs present and protect The Fragiles, a series of spherical cement and stucco sculptures made with balloons.

KOGI Lamps by Joa Herrenknecht


Paper pendants resembling suspended crystals, KOGI Lamps by Joa Herrenknecht are in fact made from Tyvek, displaying a more defined sculptural geometry when unlit, transforming into softly glowing objects.

Craft System lamps (N˚16 to N˚ 21) by François Chambard


François Chambard's Craft System lamps (N˚16 to N˚ 21) consist of multiple variations of a simple shape, showcasing work that "transcends the quality of the mass-produced and the quality of the handmade."