73V by Omer Arbel for Bocci

  73V is an expansion of the technique used by Canadian light brand Bocci in one of its most popular series, the 73. A pendant lamp, it features oblong shapes […]

Shiftline / Splitline by Delta Light

Functional and with visual impact, these magnetic made-to-measure profiles draw a black line that runs through the ceiling bringing electricity to lights spots. Shiftline and Splitline are clever new solutions […]

Giulietta BE by Catellani & Smith

Cable-free, the Giulietta BE can be ‘transported’ easily anywhere. With a simple touch of the hand, the lamp can be switched on and set to three different light intensities. Presented […]

Matin by Inga Sempé for HAY

French designer Inga Sempé seems to have a thing about creating contemporary lamps that look like there are wearing hats straight out 1950’s movies. The Matin table lamp for Hay […]

GOPLE BY ARTEMIDE

Scientific research, a humanistic vision, and social reflection are the crucial cultural assets design needs for the future. We need to nail better sustainable alternatives to what has been created […]

Demì by Mirco Crosatto for Linea Light Group

A winner of a Red Dot Award this year, Demì is a large lamp that plays with refraction through a PMMA dome. The ethereal semicircle is perceived almost only when […]

Fienile by Daniel Rybakken by Luceplan

The long-term collaboration between Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken and Luceplan has given birth to a new family of lights. Fienile was first created as a table lamp, then interpreted in […]

Awa by Fumie Shibata for Brokis

Awa is a new lamp series presented by Czech company Brokis and designed Fumie Shibata. The look is of a glass bubble that has retained its shape after being inflated. […]

JCP Surande byAlessandro Zambelli

‘Winning but always / Distracted by the beauty / Of things out of reach.’ Thishaiku by Alistair Gentry contains the words that Alessandro Zambelli has chosen to depict the lamp […]

Novelties by TON revealed for spring

TON has come a long way since they steam-soaked wood and bent it using metal moulds in 1861. As the dust settles after the 58th edition of Salone del Mobile, […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Flos x Konstantin Grcic

Lighting giant Flos presented Konstantin Grcic’s new work. More than just lamps, they are unconventional lighting objects based on LED technology. The collection of blown glass objects, titled Noctambule, consists […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Caffè Populaire

Canadian handmade lighting specialist Lambert & Fils teamed up with the Milan-based DWA Design Studio for the Caffè Populaire. A six-day concept café at the Alcova space, Lambert & Fils […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Dzek x Formafantasma

After a lengthy period of research, development and experimentation Dzek presented its collaboration with Formafantasma. ExCinere is a new collection of volcanic ash-glazed tiles that can pretty much find a […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Formations by Tarkett

Formations is the collaboration between Tarkett and Note Design Studio, which was first introduced earlier this year at Stockholm Furniture Fair. In Milan they presented the new iQ Surface collection. […]

DAMNº selects at MDW19: Nendo x Wonderglass

Nendo’s Oki Sato collaborated with Venetian brand WonderGlass on Melt – a collection of gravity formed furniture and table top objects made of molten glass. The point here is the […]