Whether it’s a commercial interior or a hospitality setting, lighting can create a mood, evoke emotions and entice users to engage with the space. Our Indesign In Focus this week brings to you the best minimal but ambient fixtures.
June 17th, 2019
As the winter cool sets in, there’s no better time to appreciate the charm and beauty of minimal lighting. Whether illuminating your home, basking your bedroom in romantic glow, or providing a respite from the darkness outside, this Indesign In Focus has got your lighting needs covered…
Arrow boasts a beautiful contrast between the warm tones of the timber with the perforated metal that lies on two of the faces.
The (k)not Neon Lamp is a knot of neon-styled pendant lights with more than meets the eye – and is the result of years of frustration of working with non-pliable neons for commissions.
This metal light fixture with a champagne finish can be installed on the ceiling, as well as a wall sconce or used as decorative art
Constellation is an abstract, luxurious and contemporary interpretation of several star patterns specific to the Southern Hemisphere.
Dyson CSYS Task light delivers powerful light precisely where you need it and is an LED light with an effective cooling system that gives you light for up to 144,000 hours.
he Beaubien 3 position by Lambert et Fils is a multipurpose lamp that functions as a foor lamp, a pendant and a wall lamp.
The Nebulae light is inspired by the diffusion of natural and LED light, while the geometric machined form of the light creates a balance between the elements.
Made from aluminium and available in several colours and sizes, the Urban Mini Pendant features a built-in dimmable LED and delivers diffused lighting via internal reflectors.
Made in solid FSC timber, the Oak Pendant light is a hand crafted unit, defined by the grain of the timber selected. The body of the light is made lighter through the intersecting hole, which allows a variety of hanging options.
The A-Tube Nano is like a precious pin with a transparent glass detail at its end, with a 3W LED that shines like morning dew in the sunshine on a spring morning.
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