Design Count

Design Count

Design Count featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Reverse Sunclock

The Reverse Sunclock Wall Lamp offers a concept that focuses on bringing together two ever existent notions, that of time and light. ADD Architecture Studio designed a lighting product which bears the ambition of bringing those two together. The coexistence of a clock and a lamp in a statement of an object was the goal. The discus gradually lights off in parts like a clock would do in order to remind the user of the change of time during the day, corresponding to the different needs of direct and indirect light. The design relies on the contrast of light and shadow on the chosen materials.

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Click Light

The Click Light introduces a unique element of personalization and interaction into the interior lighting design. One can connect any number of shelf units and let the lighting ropes stretch, drop, tie and twist in endless combinations, creating unique and dynamic individual spaces. The Click Light enables a direct interaction and feel with the user, amplifying the experience and the personal connection. Usually, the designer enjoys all the fun from creating a piece and testing different variations, with the Click Light’s new magnetic mechanism, the creative process shifts to the user.

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Linear Flora

Linear Flora is inspired by the number “three” from the bougainvillea, the flower of Pingtung County. Apart from the three bougainvillea petals seen from below the artwork, variations and the multiples of three could be spotted in different aspects. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Taiwan Lantern Festival, Lighting design artist Ray Teng Pai was invited by Cultural Affairs Department of Pingtung County to create an unconventional lantern, the unique combination of form and technology, sending a message of transforming the heritage of the festival and connecting it with the future.

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Light Cube

Large area of acrylics is adopted to form many small and luminous acrylic cubes which creates a wall with architecture structure quality through artistic combination. Acrylics itself is a kind of material which can luminous evenly. Together with LED light and combination of light, shadow and structure, Designer create a curtain wall of light and shadow.Then make the luminous wall a complete light cube which makes the application of light cube well used.

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Light cube

Light cube project is a installation which is unique for Russia. It is a quintessential dynamic light sculpture not only luminant but able to change light forms as the result of using both static and dynamic themes to create three-dimension images. The installation shows three-dimension facility of individually controlled led modules. The idea of objet d`art location is engaging, making it possible to exhibit art works effectively, thus, contributing into sightseeing attractions of Moscow and creating a new show place. It also responds to the company`s image, it`s goodwill.

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Heaven is a Place on Earth

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

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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