25 Nano is an artistic light instrument to represent ephemeral and permanence, birth and death. Working with Spring Pool Glass Industrial CO., LTD, whose vision is building a systematic glass recycle loop for a sustainable future, 25 Nano chose the relatively fragile bubble as a medium in contrast with solid glass to embody the idea. In the instrument, light shimmers through life cycles of the bubble, projecting rainbow-like color and shadows to the environment, creating a dreamy atmosphere around the user.
The traceable light should be clean, it should not be muddy. The designer has reconsidered the property of light, light is a kind of wave, should choose the simple pure light wave. Projection lamp can make the shadow clear and pure in the space, the boundary is clear. What the designer needs is this kind of true expression, in which the viewer sees the object as it is, and is not disturbed or influenced by various other factors, including the influence from light. As the diamond sutra said in the should do so view.
The Spa at the Euphoria Retreat, is located in Mystra. It is a four-story building, of 3.000 m2, that is carved into the base of a mountain. The lighting for each space was considered as a unique piece, contributing to the crescendo of the ultimate relaxation experience. As daylight would vary substantially from one space to another, custom luminaires were designed to imitate daylight conditions, thus harmonizing the transitions through spaces and enhancing the immersive architecture.
Based on research insights that people are more inclined to leisure, Weed not only uses a lightweight design language form, but also combines wireless charging technology into its compact body to achieve portability, which perfectly meets this demand. Its design is completely user-centric in any case, it has multiple roles, and can also be used as a flash torch when you pull out the rod. Its smooth patterned surface has also become a symbol of indoor nature, which will evoke your memories of childhood outdoor activities.
May light be flexible? Stoccolma was born as the answer to this question. Inspired by the the strings of a musical instrument, Stoccolma is a lamp that works thanks to the tension of two elastic and metal cables that support and brings current to a central Led. The result is a circular light source, minimal and pure, that can be moved and rotate of 360 giving the user the ability to personalize the direction and the position of the light. Stoccolma is an innovative and high quality light system, the use of four anchor points makes this object easily customizable and extremely functional.
Cage lighting is produced with hot glass blowing and metal forming techniques. The amorphous and blown shaped units provide light refraction at different rates. Lighting units create an illusionic and crystalline effect on the glasses. Emphasizing the communication between light and freedom and the organic bond with a transparent, warm material like glass is the main idea in the design. Metal baskets resembling a cage are used in this series. One of them is the pinter, which is actually a tool used for fishing. This object is used as a lighting element in the design.