Created and crafted to last, these nine iconic pieces fit seamlessly into any interior and can be passed down to the next generation as heirlooms.
Louis Poulsen pays tribute to Poul Henningsen with the launch of limited editions PH 3/3 Pendant and PH 3/2 Table in exclusive brass and mouth-blown opal glass.
Through the PH Pale Rose collection, the new PH 3 ½-3 Pendant and PH 2/1 Table lamp cast a lovely glow to any space with their pale rose coloured glass shades.
According to Le Corbusier, the struggle for it underpins the history of architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright described it as a “beautifier of buildings”. And Motoko Ishii famously equated it to life itself. Indispensable, life-affirming and metamorphic, light underpins all architectural and design efforts.
A culmination of Poul Henningsen’s studies of light and its effect on well-being, the PH 2/2 Question Mark exemplifies the ingenuity and craftsmanship of the Danish ‘master of soft light.’
Our cities are not only oversaturated with light, they are made all the worse with bad lighting schemes that don’t consider people. Enter the CRI Awards – awards for awful lighting.
Indesign visits the ‘professional home’ of PSLab in London. Designed by JamesPlumb, this space is neither an office nor a showroom, but functions as both.
The Mobile Chandelier collection from Michael Anastassiades is an ongoing investigation into balance and equilibrium that dates back to 2008.
Olafur Eliasson is known for creating moving experiences of light, and he shaped OE Quasi Light with concern for the emotional and physical effects of our surroundings.
We get insight into Wästberg, a Swedish brand built on the notion of light as a source of safety and comfort.
Øivind Slaatto’s new silver-foil version of his Louis Poulsen Patera lamp brings new dimensions to his modern take on the chandelier.