Table Luminaire by Muhammad Moussa. This signature collection of luminaires is made with low fire white clay shade and a solid hard wood base (maple or similar). Light is sculpted and softened by the ceramic shade creating a melange of reflection, shadow
John Astbury, Bengt Brümmer and Karin Wallenbäck are the Whatswhat Collective. Each single piece of their lighting collection invites the user to convert “Potential Energy” to kinetic power by interacting with the objects.
The ORIGIN light, designed by Gregg Parsell is made of American hard wood and Corian®. The design emphasises its thermoform ability. It is also sustainable. The smooth forms created using heat are more interesting than those of steam bent wood.
The Milo lamp is powered by an LED light source with color temperature which is the most similar to daylight. LEDs don’t generate heat towards the plants, making sure plants are safe from overheating. Yay for plant-lamps, people!