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Art Design 7 Lighting Pieces For The Minimalist

7 Lighting Pieces For The Minimalist

7 Lighting Pieces For The Minimalist
By Maria Chiara Antonini and Kissa Castañeda
June 07, 2017

Sleek is chic.

 Skip the dramatic chandeliers, if that's not your cup of tea—we pick out the most distinctive lamps that are a masterful study in clean lines.  Here are seven of such brilliant finds, from the 29th edition of the International Lighting Exhibition 2017 (also known as Euroluce) in Milan.

(Related: 6 Lighting Designs That Seriously Look Like Jewellery)



Flos Blush Lamp

The most clever incarnation is the Blush lamp by Formafantasma for Flos—the rainbow effect just makes us smile. It ingeniously pairs an LED strip with glass for a colourful, whimsical effect.

Flos is available in Singapore at Space Furniture



Menu Socket Occasional Lamp 

NormArchitects has chosen brass for their Socket Occasional lamp for Menu, to add tactility to this sleek creation.

Menu is available in Singapore at Grafunkt


 

 

Flos Bellhop Lamp


The portable and rechargeable Bellhop lamp by Barber & Osgerby for Flos (seen above) and the clean-lined Arumi by LucidiPevere for Foscarini are two examples of striking eco-design, the former decorating the Parabola restaurant at London’s Design Museum.

Flos is available in Singapore at Space Furniture


 

 

Foscarini Arumi Pendant Lamp


The portable and rechargeable Bellhop lamp by Barber & Osgerby for Flos and the clean-lined Arumi by LucidiPevere for Foscarini (seen above) are two examples of striking eco-design, the former decorating the Parabola restaurant at London’s Design Museum.

Foscarini is available in Singapore at Xtra


Louis Poulsen Yuh Lamp

The ardent mix of style and sustainability also defines the new Yuh lamp by GamFratesi for Louis Poulsen—a “personal” piece that rotates, rises and falls as you please.

Louis Poulsen is available in Singapore at 5 Purvis st, #01-02 


Please Wait To Be Seated Blooper Lamp 

With the petite table lamp Blooper, designed by Mette Schelde for the Danish brand Please Wait To Be Seated, the light comes from the hidden LED bulb reflected into the large hollow bowl; the soft light is unleashed by turning the disk.


Lambert & Fils Laurent Pendant Lights 

Hand-blown glass spheres, metals and mirrors have been juxtaposed by Lambert & Fils for the Laurent collection.

Lambert & Fils is available in Singapore at Inhabitant


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