Buddy is a minimal, playful table light designed by Mona Sharma and made by Gantri, who 3D print lights using PLA derived from sugar crops. The adjustable head was a key idea from the designer, resulting in a new, stock component for future designers on the Gantri platform - offering better products and open source design. Each light is locally made in California and hand finished using water based marine paints, giving luxury, made to order products that are attainable, sustainable and safer for the planet.
Be Water is a linear and modular, recessed, kinetic decorative LED lamp. A hypnotic effect in continuous motion that emulates sunlight reflected on the surface of moving water and projected onto walls, boat keels or under bridges. Available in four different colour variations and inspired by the four elements in nature (Water, Fire, Air and Earth) when combined with room fragrances and relaxation music playlists it offers a multi-sensorial experience. The lamp is suitable for residential, wellness, hotels, restaurants, reception and waiting areas. It's more than a lamp, it's an experience.
Functions as one of the major forces to propel Shenzhen’s technology and also one of the six headquarter bases in Shenzhen for driving the development of strategic emerging industries and economy. Moreover, it is home to clusters of emerging industries, positioned as a new carrier of the city’s economic development and a new platform for industrial transformation and upgrading. The base is planned as a new industrial park, as well as a new platform for Nanshan.
Adamas lamp tries to combine the elegance of the Italian design tradition and the beauty of the Japanese origami art, with a calibrated match of different materials. The paper lampshade, realized by hand through origami technique, provides a warm and soft light. The iron, chosen for its physical characteristics, allows a slender structure that wants to enhance the lightness of the lampshade. The connection between these two elements shape is a brass cone, which serves as lamp holder.
This project was designed in Jan 2018 and opened business in Dec 2019. Regarding to the traditional culture of local ethnic minority and the theme of antique building style of the hotel group, designers layout lighting plan by unearthing the concept of “symbiosis between architecture and people” and pursuing a sense of ritual symmetry in the central axis.
Most residents think this park is too dark at night and no features before. The church is not connected to the environment, so they used a highly reflective material, let the reflection of light spread all over the park. Residents also said that the starry sky here is very beautiful, and jokingly said can put the starry sky into the church. They calculate light angle, let the church become galaxy. Now both residents and tourists will enter the park and inside the church dance, take pictures with music and enjoy the romantic atmosphere here. Most people come here at night.