Design Count

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

 

Aerelight A1

Designed for simplicity and user interaction, the contemporary Aerelight A1 desk lamp brings cutting edge, energy-efficient OLED light technology out of research labs and into your hands. The incredibly thin and elegant profile of the lamp is only possible with OLED which casts an ultra-wide footprint of warm glare-free light. Handcrafted using premium materials, the precise angles in the durable Aluminum frame deliver functional illumination while providing visual and physical balance. The design includes simple touch activation to control brightness and wireless charging for mobile devices.

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Kanpazar

Outdoor lighting solution. Simple, nature driven outdoor lighting design. Easy to assembly and dissasembly. Fix to diffrenet kind of spaces. The Kanpazar lighting fitting is based on a simple concept, a fusion with nature. It is perfect for all kinds of landscaped exteriors, as well as for urban environments, where it offers a more spontaneous character. Kanpazar is available in three versions: anchored, portable or with concrete base (in the form of a planter).

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Halo Pendants

Originally inspired as a graphically interpretation of effervescence. Halo is series of bold lamps inspired by the soft warm glow their illuminaire. This modular system allow the pendants to be suspended in a multitude of compositions as a range of elegant hanging art pieces. Machined and hand finished, they are available brass, copper, nickel and 24 karat gold.

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Amoeba Wall

Inspired by the shape-shifting abilities of amoeba, Amoeba Wall is a flexible and illuminated robotic wall system that moves and changes shape on command. The wall's backlit panels autonomously twist and move in response to changing user needs and commands, transforming an open area into different enclosed and luminous spaces. One space can be anything from small individual offices, to open co-working spaces, to a private meeting room. With this system, users have a reconfigurable space that is both efficient and elegant.

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ResoNet Sinan Mansions

ResoNet Pavilion is commissioned by Sinan Mansions in Shanghai for the celebration of Chinese New Year 2017. It consists of a temporary pavilion plus an interactive LED light 'resonet' attached in the inner surface. It employs Low-Fi techniques to visualise the resonance frequencies inherent in the natural environment, via the interaction of the public and surrounding elements detected by a LED net. The Pavilion illuminates the public realm in response to vibration stimuli. Apart from visitors can come to make Spring Festival wishes, it can be also used as a performance stage.

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