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Shape Up Collection by Roll & Hill

The Shape Up Collection of lighting by Roll & Hill was designed by Seattle-born, Brooklyn-based Ladies & Gentlemen Studio. The largest of the pieces is Shape Up 5-Piece Chandelier, which perhaps does the best job of highlighting the geometric playfulness of the collection. A modular system of cords and hubs, Shape Up 5-Piece Chandelier can be composed “in response to a space’s architecture and function.” The Cone and Hemisphere are available in three finishes: blackened steel, brushed brass, an...
Tags: Books, Brooklyn, Rope, Seattle, Lighting, Cords, Hill, Pulley, Pendant Lights, Roll & Hill, Geometric Design, Geometric Chandelier, Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, Modular Pendant, Modular Suspension Lamp, Modulat Lamp


At NeoCon 2018: Farel by Luceplan

Continuing Luceplan’s focus on sound-absorbing performance in concert “with great Italian design,” Farel by Diego Sferrazza features a dome structure with thermoformed material. Farel’s outer fabric cladding—available in Light Grey, Dark Grey, Rust, and Aquamarine—complements the dark or light internal felt inside the geometric shade. The internal ribs of the outer fabric “create a delicate chiaroscuro effect,” explains Luceplan. Metal rings at the top and bottom diameter of the dome can be fa...
Tags: Books, Lighting, Dome, Italian Design, Pendant Lights, Geometric Design, Luceplan, Farel, NeoCon 2018, Acoustical Lamp, Acoustical Lighting, Diego Sferrazza, Dome Lamp, Felt Lamp, Felt Shade, Sound-absorbing Lighting


Designer Profile: Arik Levy

As an artist, Arik Levy likely subscribes to the notion that the process, rather than the “thing,” or object produced, is the “thing” itself. Levy’s familiar missive, “What counts in the world is people, not tables or chairs,” gives an additional dimension to this notion. 1. Level Bookshelf for Zanotta. His design work is as fluid and dynamic as his career. Born in Israel, Levy cut his artistic teeth as a sculptor, participating in a group sculpture exhibit in Tel Aviv in 1988. This early work...
Tags: Art, Books, New York, Israel, Uncategorized, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Industrial Design, Levy, Sculpture, Paris, Art Exhibition, Furniture Design, Issey Miyake, Bernhardt, Inbani


Asteroid Glass By Koray Ozgen for Innermost

Originally designed as a vase, Asteroid Glass by Koray Ozgen for Innermost is a faceted blown-glass pendant and table light available in clear and petrol finishes. As with all things Innermost, Asteroid is an artistic object, a small cosmic body come down from the universe to light up your space. Composed of 24 individual faces, none of which are the same with no two edge lengths equal, Asteroid is a geometric wonder. Hang or place Asteroid by itself or in clusters to “give the illusion o...
Tags: Books, Space, Asteroid, Lighting, Innermost, Cosmic, Pendant Lights, Pendant Lamp, Table & Floor Lamps, Table Lamp, Blown Glass, Geometric Design, Faceted Glass, Iridescent Lamp, Koray Ozgen


Oodle by Smith System

Designed by Charlie Patterson and Joe Ricchio for Smith System, Oodle is a stool for flexible seating. Outfit a classroom with oodles of Oodle, and you get bold color and fun form. Oodle is based on a simple cylinder, but its features are cleverly conceived. The stool is stackable, roomy, light, and colorful. Units fit on top of one another, so students are “not stuck with one height or one color.” Oodle is also movement optional. A smart base is flat on one side and curved on the other. All ...
Tags: Books, Education, Contract, Stool, Educational Seating, Charlie Patterson, Colorful Design, Geometric Design, Joe Ricchio, Oodle, Optional Movement, Rocking Base, Smith System, Stackable Stool, Smith System Oodle