Designer: Nikoleta Psalti
The Greek artist Nikoleta Psalti, inspired by the luxurious simplicity of nature creates the most unique handmade lighting designs.
The Polish artist Przemek, also known as Calabarte, sculpts beautiful patterns on African gourds which later become heads of his exceptional lamps.
Designer: Richard Clarkson’s
This wonderful interactive audiovisual fixture by Richard Clarkson’s inter-disciplinary design studio brings all of the thunder but none of the rain into your home. Acting as both a semi-immersive lightning experience, or as a speaker with visual feedback, this nightlight/nightspeaker hybrid introduces a new discourse for what a nightlight could be.
Designer: Ingo Maurer
Ingo Maurer is a German industrial designer who specializes in the design of lamps and light installations.
Designer: Takao Inoue
The Japanese cinematographer Takao Inoue has created a magical light that looks like a shining dandelion flower frozen in time. The graceful little lights are called OLED Tampopo – after the type of LED lights used to illuminate them and the Japanese word for “dandelion”.
Designers: Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock
Artists Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock transformed old bike parts into six spectacular chandeliers, and hung them in the underpass of Theo/Malone and IH-35 in San Antonio, Texas. Ballroom Luminoso chandeliers create shadow patterns and make the underpass look truly surreal.