Love the atmosphere created by a real flame indoors without the associated dangers? Well take a look at Mori London’s pair of handmade glass lamps.
Created by Mori London designer and founder Moritz Waldemeyer, the two pieces are titled ‘Midnight Oil’ and ‘Eternal Flame’
Made with a small matrix of low temperature LEDs, which have been programmed to flicker and dance like a real candle. The technology is relatively simple and has the wonderful effect of fooling the eye into believing there’s a real flame inside.
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Moritz Waldemeyer, has a history of experimenting with the concept of lighting through technology, at the Versace Fall 2017 runway show he used liquid ink displays whilst back in 2004 for Swarovski and Ron Arad he created the interactive chandelier at the Milan Design Week.
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Award winning design studio Hulger, launched the new Plumen 003 low energy light bulb at The London Design Festival this week.
Specialist lighting designer, Claire Norcross designed the glass bell-like dome, and jeweller, Marie-Laure Giroux designed the tiered gold filament.
The low energy light bulb serves two functions. It emits a warm ambient glow, and at the same time provides a downward spotlight. The warm soft glow compliments the space, and the LED’s ensure that tasks such as reading, or writing are sufficiently lit.
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The Plumen 003 is available early November.
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Alphabeta, designed by Luca Nichetto exclusively for Hem, is the world’s first online-customizable lamp. Playfull, functional, and truly innovative.
Alphabeta shades come in 8 different shapes, each with its own colour besides black and white. This creates a total of 24 available shapes, and thus more than 10 billion possible combinations of top and bottom shades when you combine four pendants.
Alphabeta shades are crafted from steel and spun by-hand on a lathe in a factory near Venice, Italy. The result is a smoothing of the metal and pristine finish, with an exceptional durability and high-quality aesthetic.
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Mixing water and electricity? Created by Richard Clarkson Studio the amazing Rain Lamp brings together elements that under normal circumstances don’t mix, but this time have a wonderful outcome. Using a LED and fitted with a Micro-Peristaltic pump which circulates water from the pool and releases droplets that fall around the bulb. As the droplets land, the bulb acts as a magnifying glass resulting in the reflected light having a wonderful rippling effect.
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Following on from his Armstrong Light Trap, comes another great interior design lighting concept from Constantin Bolimond, this time called Light Bloom.
Constantin clearly takes his inspiration from the natural world and this is reflected in this opening flower design.
As with his Armstrong Light Trap, the amount of light can be controlled by the level of the petals opening.
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Some interior design ideas are out of this world, take this Moon inspired lamp for example.
Designed by Constantin Bolimond this crater-filled lamp is a design concept called Armstrong Light Trap
A great feature of this lamp is overall brightness can be adjusted by how many of the cork holes (craters) are opened. This feature also allows for the light to be directed at a focal point if so desired.
The Armstrong lamp uses energy-efficient LED lights which consume 85% less energy and lasts 20 times longer, when compared to incandescent lamps.
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