concrete-lamps

“If the small form is not a problem for you, and is a favorite for you, then the collection of Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere will certainly charming in the display as a pendant light lamp in your home. Showing proper lighting on an occasional, tables and counter peninsula, alone or in some composition of, Foscarini introduce models hanging lamps of natural gray concrete with the spirit and technology, are completely original. The challenge is to create an extraordinary leap in scale: from large architectural construction for a little suspension lamp with a thickness of only few millimeters at best point, using a very flexible material. Become confidently, directly creating modern architecture through the visibility of the concrete materials. This is because with the use of special concrete for Aplomb lamp shades, which are mainly fluid in printing and has the effect of the material that is rough but it also shows the exotic impression.”

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Ova lights by Dror Kaspi

This series of lights is inspired, by the Ovum cell in a egg. That is also the origin of the name Ova. The Tel Aviv based designer Dror Kaspi is experimenting a lot with concrete as a furniture material. With this series he wanted to combine the raw and industrial materials of concrete and metal with soft shapes, colors and light to create an harmonic object. The series of lamps with variations on the  egg shape have a minimalistic and well balanced appearance and do also have the reminiscence of a little sun, trapped in a birds cage.


Dror Kaspi: Behance


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