Light is the source of life, energy and inspiration. Over the last century, people have rethought the light stream and turned it into a real art. The play of light can change the perception of space, turn walls into panels and create incredible images. How has the understanding of light changed? Who turned the light beam into an art tool?
When choosing fixtures, you need to focus not only on the design trends, but also on the technical characteristics. The functionality of the room directly depends on the lighting fixtures, therefore we offer a short crib of terms that will help to communicate with light engineering in one language.
A sophisticated combination of glass and metal is represented in the suspended light fixtures Smykke, created by specialists of the Danish factory EBB & FLOW. The fine work of the masters turned lighting fixtures into real decorations for the interior.
The company Profimport became the exclusive representative of the North-Irish factory Mullan Lighting in the Ukrainian market. The young brand (the company was founded in 2008) already earned a reputation as a reliable manufacturer with a special artistic style.
Metal is interesting and elegant. This is the impression produced by the Toot table lamp, designed by designer Karim Rashid for the Kundalini factory. Tubes fixed at different heights remind of futuristic and industrial themes. At the same time, the lighting device is sufficiently elegant to use it in cozy modern decorations.
Belgian factory Delta Light presented an updated collection of Light Light Bible 12 at Light + Building 2018. The company made a bid on interesting finishes and technical innovations.
We are ready to share our impressions of the exhibition Light + Building 2018! We invite you on April 12 at 15:00 to our office (Akhtyrsky Ave., 7) for a presentation dedicated to the novelties of the world of lighting design. Be careful: the event must be registered beforehand, since the number of seats is limited. The entrance is free!
More than 1,600 companies presented their new developments in lighting at Light + Building in Frankfurt am Main, which lasted from March 18 to 23. Technical and decorative lighting, for residential and public premises, street light - the best manufacturers offered unique solutions for all possible segments and styles.
Retro design and blown glass are what Panzeri designers decided to highlight. The luminaire Olivia is a refined laconism with a special charm. The grandiose shapes of plafonds look winning both independently and in compositions.
The model of the device of the galaxy became the basis for the image of the suspended lamp Copernico from the Italian company Artemide. The mobile design developed by the designers Carlotta de Bevilacqua and Paolo Dell'Elce allows to choose the optimal direction of the light flux.
The industrial theme in the design inspired Rick Tegelaar to create the original Meshmatics chandelier for the Moooi factory. The luminaire is made of metal and provides pleasant lighting.