The Bob Lamp re-imagines the bold, expressive and garish affectations of postmodernism through the authentic re-investment in ‘real’ materials. Made from hand cast concrete with recycled glass aggregates its weight, size and form allows it to interchange between a small table lamp, heavy enough to withstand an accidental bump and a pendant fixture, light enough to be hung from the ceiling. As a table lamp the wavy base is a series of legs allowing for the cord to pass between, when hung the waves become a crown. The gold half-round bulb does double duty as light source and lampshade.
Snow Drop is a ceiling and modular lighting. His convenience is the regulation of its luminosity by modulation thanks to the smooth pulley system. Step by step by playing with the counterweight the user is able to increase and decrease the luminosity. The modulation of this design reminds the different stages of blooming of a snowdrop from the beginning with the tetrahedron to the end with the four triangle fractal. The vintage amber Edison bulb is inserted into a tetrahedral exclusive box made of opalescent white plexi, when the design is closed.
With its creation, the designers were inspired by the ancient Bulgarian architecture. Geometric ornament, with combination of the four elements and octagonal in the composition was typical for Bulgarian architecture. In this case designers have upside down the standard form. Result - four-sided top part on an octagonal base. The fixture is intended for illumination of local areas such dining room, reception. Since small lamp, the maximum visual effect can be achieved by hanging it on groups 3-5 pieces.
Reader Collection is a series of bedside lamps. The collection consists of six lamps available in different types of wood and metal: cherry, oak and walnut combined with stainless steel or brass. The idea behind Reader is inspired by mechanism of canvas easel, simplicity of movement. The lamp allows the user to manually adjust the direction of light. The light can be easily adjusted to different positions which emits direct or indirect light, depending on the function to be achieved.
CHAO is a boutique-style hotel located in the bustling Sanlitun. The design inspiration for the 180 rooms and five kinds of room types is from the "Nest" of animals. Its design uses a multi-level, diversified space strategy, through the use of different materials, colors and elements to present the historical charm and vitality of times. The transformation of CHAO hotel has become the model of hotel renovation.
This curved veil has been completed in 2008 for the Swarovski works in Wattens, Austria. The Veil transforms the Swarovskistrasse in a bright boulevard of magical change. The new pathway marked by the billowing veiled curtain becomes a place of poetic play, of light and shade, of an iridescent dalliance of colors and of magical moments of expression and transformation... Into architecture with divine symmetry. Into color that approaches spirituality. Swarovski