Also from Tom Dixon is the Mirror Ball lighting featured in the next image. Inspired by a space helmet each light consists of a thin layer of metal that’s exploded onto the internal surface of a polycarbonate globe. This lighting is available in a range of sizes and as you can see in the image below variety can be the key to true design magic:
It’s time to get angular! Many of today’s most futuristic pendant lighting styles feature bold angles. Like the Stealth Pendant Lamp from Aarevalo shown below. A symmetrical origami-like design makes this piece undeniably unique as does its folded Perspex form.
“Neon lights shimmering neon lights and at the fall of night this [kitchen’s] made of light”… Before you really start to wonder why I’ve taken liberty with the lyrics to a Kraftwerk song from 1978 let me explain myself! Today’s post explores the vivid world of neon lighting in the kitchen. Some say this room is the heart of the home. So why not give it a fluorescent glow?
Suited especially for girls in all ages the trendy and cheerful lamp comes in lacquered white yellow and violet. It works best suspended over the playing corner or relaxation place of the youngster’s room.
One of the most original floor lamps created E.T.A. was designed by Guglielmo Berchicci. Its wholly translucent body in red white or yellow lets a subtle light shine through. The shape is both funny and futuristic either way elegantly simple.
A dash of vivid color in the form of exceptional pendant lights that sport an inimitable design can break the monotony. They also offer some flowing curves in a kitchen that otherwise sports only ‘clean and well defined’ lines.