[20 eight design] 20 Eight Design – products. 20 Eight Design - information. Tadao 1 Medium Point Top Pendant in Concrete. Design Process: Foscarini's Concrete Aplomb Pendant Lamp. Concrete is part of the language of modern architecture, especially lately.
Foscarini uses the material in a new way in creating its Aplomb pendant. The name Aplomb is inspired by the plumb-bob tool traditionally used by masons. Aplomb also means “self-possessed” and ”confident.” The piece was designed by Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere of Studio Lucidi & Pevere, based in Udine, Italy. This month’s Deconstruction takes a look at how it’s done. Every masterpiece starts up with a sketch. Once it has been decided on the kind of light to create, the industrial process takes over. Here we see the mixture used to create the lamp. Combining the need to obtain highly reduced dimensions and thickness, detailed finishes and smooth surfaces with the characteristic viscosity and lack of flexibility of concrete was the greatest challenge in developing Aplomb. After several studies to identify the right proportions of the materials, we had to identify the best colors to match with the shape.
Handmade and Hot: Concrete Martini Pendant Light by Andrew and Thomas Stuart. Concrete Martini Pendant Light by Andrew and Thomas Stuart This concrete lamp really caught my eye.
It is simply elegant and industrial, it retails at $175USD. You can visit the Stuart’s Etsy store here and see their other gorgeous products. (Read the interview after the break) Meet The Material: Concrete. Translucent concrete via Litracon What is concrete?
Concrete is a mixture of sand, gravel and cement (usually Portland cement). Concrete and cement are often thought of as one in the same, however, cement is actually a binding agent used in the creation of concrete. Concrete Pendant Lamps With Industrial Chic. Concrete Lamps by Foscarini - Aplomb Lamp. Like this article?
Share it: Ok, after you’re done drooling over these beautiful concrete lamps by Foscarini, called the Aplomb Lamp, let’s discuss it a bit, shall we? The challenge with these lamps was using concrete, a material normally used on a large scale and sort of inflexible, and molding it into the delicate shape of these pendants. To achieve this, they used a more fluid type of concrete that would allow such work, resulting in an elegant yet edgy design.
Available in natural grey, brown or white, these lamps are a unique and stylish choice for direct or even ambient modern lighting schemes. Material Centric by Benjamin Hubert. Young designer Benjamin Hubert will present Material Centric, a collection of new projects, at 100% Futures in London next week.
Labware (above) is a collection of blown-glass lamps with cork stoppers, which Hubert developed by working closely with manufacturers London Glassworks. "Material Centric is a range of simple interior products showcasing materials and process as the starting point for creativity," says Hubert. Diamond chair (above) has a bent-steel, powder-coated frame and upholstered, laminated oak or walnut seat.
Lily Pad tables (below) are made with oak or walnut tops and bent-steel frames. Below: Fold magazine rack, made from folded steel. Below: Yumbrella, a ceramic fruit bowl and banana tree. 100% Futures will be open 18-21 September. Hubert will also present a range of concrete lamps called Heavy (above and below) for Decode London, 17-24 September. Here's some more information from the designer: Cement Pendant Light by ArtisanCraftsman. No Etsy, um marketplace global de artigos vintage e feitos à mão.
Heavy Lights - Benjamin Hubert. Concrete Pendant Light Catherina35 light by ckleosteen. Concrete Pendant Light Catherina 30 Wrinkles by ckleosteen. Ncrete Portland Ceiling Light by James Bartlett - White.
Heavy Desk Light by Benjamin Hubert for Decode. Amazing concrete lightings - Pesquisa Google. Iluminação. Aplomb by Lucidi and Pevere for Foscarini. Italian designers Lucidi and Pevere designed a funnel-shaped lamp made of concrete for Italian brand Foscarini.
Called Aplomb, the pendant light appears to have a rough surface but a transparent layer gives it a smooth finish. The product also comes in white and brown. Foscarini launched the lamps at Superstudio Più in Zona Tortona in Milan last month. See all our stories about Milan 2010 in our special category. Here's some more information from the designers and Foscarini: Together with Bahia this item starts off the collaboration with Foscarini. Visible concrete is part of the language of modern architecture and, with Aplomb, Foscarini presents a model that uses this material with completely new and innovative technology. Combining the need to obtain highly reduced dimensions and thickness, detailed finishes and smooth surfaces with the characteristic viscosity and lack of flexibility of concrete was the greatest challenge in developing Aplomb.
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HomeMade Modern EP9 Concrete Pendant Lamp. Concrete Lamps For The Conrete Jungle on Clippings. Luminária Feita de Massa de Cimento - Vida Sustentável. Muitas vezes durante uma reforma ou na construção sobra um pouco de massa de cimento, argamassa, reajunte ou concreto, que acaba sento enterrado, jogado fora ou dissolvido em água.
Porque não dar uma utilidade legal para esse resíduo de cimento fazendo essa linda Luminária, que pode ser construída de maneira fácil, prática e que ainda pode ser feita em casa. Nem precisa de muito material, apenas um tubo de antena de alumínio, duas garrafas pet, soquete de lâmpada e fio . Vídeo Tutorial [Fonte]