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These Lamps Are An Optical Illusion. Nir Chehanowski of Tel Aviv-based Studio Cheha, has designed the BULBING lamps, a new collection of lighting, that are made using etched acrylic glass to give them a 3D effect.

These Lamps Are An Optical Illusion

You can see more information about the lamps on Kickstarter. The designer’s description At Studio Cheha, our design philosophy is all about reimagining everyday objects with a cool and creative difference! With this, Studio Cheha is excited to announce the launch of our 3rd Kickstarter campaign, “ by BULBING lamps – Light Up Your Life – AGAIN! ” – a natural evolution of our BULBING series. Meet ZIGGI , DESKI and CLASSI! Toronto-based designer Stephane Chamard, has created Jaya’s Residence, a contemporary apartment in an old building with exposed brick walls.

Contemporary-home-interior_160315_03. Kl_250914_14. Shustov Brandy Bar by Denis Belenko Design Band. Denis Belenko Design Band have created the Shustov Brandy Bar for the Brandy Factory, located in Odessa, Ukraine.

Shustov Brandy Bar by Denis Belenko Design Band

The walls are made from barrels, the ceiling is made from brandy bottles and the table tops are made from reclaimed barrel oak. Cp_150414_26. Get our daily newsletter: Casa P by Studio MK27 Back To Thumbnails ‹– Previous | Next –› Click here to view the full size image CONTEMPORIST is a celebration of contemporary culture, focused on architecture, design, art and travel.

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Are you interested in submitting your work or press release? Flower-shaped lamp that blooms at night by Constantin Bolimond. This pendant lamp based on a flower by Belarussian designer Constantin Bolimond would open and illuminate when it senses low light.

Flower-shaped lamp that blooms at night by Constantin Bolimond

"The idea came about thanks to flowers that begin to bloom when the sun shines," Bolimond told Dezeen. Constantin Bolimond's Bloom lamp concept would act in the opposite way to normal flowers. Instead of unfurling its bud-like cover in sunlight, the lamp's optical sensor would react when it gets dark and cause the petals to gradually spread out as the light decreases. Different materials and colours could be used to create the six petals, which would act together as a shade and regulate the amount of light dispersed from the small bulb positioned in the centre. LETi by Studio Macura. Studio Macura have designed LETi, a pendant light that includes a clip-on 3D printed bird.

LETi by Studio Macura

From the designers LETi, is a monochrome pendant light with a clipped 3D printed bird around its textile covered cable.These monochromatic pendant lights are available in three colors, black white and red, each supporting a color matching figurine of a wood pecker. Un décor fonctionnel et masculin dans la salle à manger - Un loft parisien facile à vivre. Olla Lamp by Davide Giulio Aquini for Ilide. Italian designer Davide Giulio Aquini created a lamp made from terracotta called Olla as part of the Matera Collection for manufacturer Ilide.

Olla Lamp by Davide Giulio Aquini for Ilide

From the designer Matera Olla lamps collection takes shape like an expression of contrasts and adopts earthenware as a coloring component.An homage to simplicity of the Italian territories, where also nature inserts itself into social and cultural contexts of the human being, becoming subject of language and expression.A collection of harmonic shapes which retrace ancient mountains and human settlement profiles, attached to earth and heated by the Sun. Matera is a set of lamps mixed together with a unique technique, a Made in Italy exclusive, that allows to blend and harmonize different kinds of earth without compromising object resistance and solidity during the firing phase. Lighting inspired by an ice cream cone. Spindent Pendant by Nick Sadowsky. Swirl by Øivind Slaato for Le Klint.

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Are you interested in submitting your work or press release? Swarm Lamp by Jangir Maddadi Design Bureau. Sweden-based Jangir Maddadi Design Bureau has created the Swarm Lamp.

Swarm Lamp by Jangir Maddadi Design Bureau

From the designer: Giving new meaning to the word enlightenment, the genius of the Swarm Lamp lies in its ability to attain the feeling of suspended motion, each lamp tethered in a perfect harmony of light.Specialty Bulbrite light bulbs that reveal a sculptured pattern of entwined filament are connected to custom-cut wood that resonates with a distinct Scandinavian design quality. Stasis Lamp by Studio BAAG. Spring Lamps by Kristine Five Melvær. Pheasant Light by Ed Carpenter. Product news: Hackney designer Ed Carpenter has created a countryside version of his London design classic, the Pigeon Light, this time shaped like a pheasant. Made of vacuum-formed acrylic, the Pheasant Light for design brand Theo can be clipped on to surfaces with a peg where the bird's feet would be.

The light is currently available in white but more colours may be released in the new year. Ed Carpenter first designed the Pigeon Light (above) for his Royal College of Art graduation project in 2001. He collaborated with Theo founder Thorsten van Elten to produce the light, which has become an iconic urban souvenir and is a best-seller in museums and design shops worldwide. ‘Oo’ desk lamp by Sverre Uhnger. Oslo-based designer Sverre Uhnger has created the ‘Oo’ desk lamp. Description from Sverre Uhnger The starting point for the design was my fascination with lathed wooden balls and how the same shape in different sizes relates to each other. Imagine the base and the shade as parts of wooden spheres; the part that is cut off from the shade is used as base only with a bigger diameter.