August 2nd, 2014

Flexible Soft Lamp

Simon Frambach’s balloon-shaped Soft Lamp gives off a soft light and slight warmth, creating an illuminated cushion.

As well as providing a headrest, the lamp can be squeezed into gaps or trapped between objects where needed. It’s made from foamed polyurethane and shaped using rotation milling. The low-energy bulb within is protected by a cage so it doesn’t smash when the lamp is squashed. A red cord leads out the back to a power source.

July 8th, 2014

DIY Swing Lamp

Every now and then you see a project that stops you in your tracks; the end result is so well executed that you have a hard time believing that it was a DIY project at all.

This brass swing arm lamp by Hello Lidy is a project I would pay cold hard cash for. perfectly accompanied by bold splashes of colour and gold accents, I can imagine a fixture like this costing from a retailer, which make the fact that a step-by-step tutorial is available even better!

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June 24th, 2014

Modern Spanish Villa With Light Effects

If classy and technology is what are you looking for, this Awesome Chameleon Villa, Palma de Mallorca is the perfect place for you to visit on a vacation! The reason why the villa is called Chameleon Villa! Is all because of the exceptional light effect used to play off the crystal glass surfaces of the home and create an adaptable atmosphere.

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May 19th, 2014

Lightshower by Bruce Munro

Bruce Munro installed Light Shower in the ancient Salisbury Cathedral in late November 2010. It is made of 1984 strands of optic fibre, each one tipped by a ‘Teardrop’ diffuser. It took Bruce and his team five days to install. Once the testing process was complete, Light Shower was switched on for the first time during the Darkness into Light procession to mark the start of Advent at Salisbury Cathedral.

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