Great East Japan Earthquake and the Fukushima nuclear accident happened in 2011. Most Japanese were required to take power saving measures, however, illumination decoration with Christmas business was seen in central Tokyo. CreativeOut started to hold an event which allowed them to use the new energy solution. This illumination was lit up by refining waste oil, from households and restaurants where the event was held, into biodiesel fuels to illuminate the area along the Megurogawa river and supported by the government, donations from regional companies.
Bubble is a minimalistic table lamp, designed to be interactive with the user. Executed with a sphere carved from a block of marble found in the state of Espirito Santo, Brazil, has a brushed brass rod with a LED lamp inside. The adjustment is made when the sphere is rotated over the brass ring of the base. This simple support system allows numerous positions and placements together giving a dynamic character to this lamp. To produce the Bubble, various types of marble and metal can be used and mixed and the inspiration came from the well-known child's game by blowing bubbles through a straw.
Datelite subtly and effectively reminds you of memorable moments through the manipulation of light. Every day the lamp remains on, casting a glow onto the wall; but some days are not like others. During days that mean something to you, such as birthdays and anniversaries, the halo of light spreads farther across the wall and illuminates the room with light. Every day deserves to be remembered. With Datelite, make your life brighter.
At different viewing angles geometric and asymmetric body creating absolutely stunning transformation of the form. The lamp has an uniformly luminous surface and is characterized by low power consumption, which help to reduce energy costs without loss of light levels. Soft diffused light helps to create a comfortable space in a light environment. Lighting fixtures KRIVDA is painted in one color, in the basic version. It is available and two-tone paint - the outer surface of the lamp in single color, the inner to the other single color, decorate the Potala in gold, silver and bronze.
inMOOV is a ceiling lightening device. The unique feature of this lamp is its ability to folds itself inside out. This movement is based on the invention of the Invertible Disc of Studio Lieven and inspired by the movement of a flower when it opens. Through the movement of the lampshade it is possible to regulate the intensity and the direction of the light. The fully opened lamp creates a soft light directed to the ceiling. The folded lamp creates more focused and warm light that illuminates the space underneath it. The movement can be done by hand.
This lamp as the name indicated is modeled after the look of an extra- terrestrial creature giving the lamp its unique look. The lamp has LED light bulbs as its eyes and the light direction is very focused on the desk. It is a new approach on lamp design away from the standard looks of the lightings with shades and stem. Such approach is new and fun giving lightings a new design direction.