We know how important lighting is in an interior design project. Today we are going to join two of our passions: wood and decoration. A list of modern displays, classic displays, with wooden sticks, with moulded wood…that form authentic sculptural design elements.
We introduce our choice to you:
- Hat Mould de Norm Architects for ex.t.
Simplicity at work. The respect for the materials, work of the carpenter and the beauty. Everything is included.
- Koi Ls from Inocuo The sign and LZF Lab for Luzifer.
Conceptually opposed to the sobriety of the Norm Architects, we like this huge wooden carp because of the spectacular appearance and the work involved in this creation. It is a light wooden structure intertwined over three metres long built with dozens of small pieces placed which are individually placed.
- Left from Luca Corvatta. Self-production.
Returning once again to the simplicity and minimal gesture. This lamp is conceived to give life to a simple wooden strip. It turns on with a simple tap on the surface and allows adjustable power.
4. Oak from Ross Gardam. Self-production.
Oak is the indisputable main component of this piece that is defined by natural grains. The upper hole allows the modification of the grip system which can be adjusted to suit any need.
- Marie from Toni Grilo Design Studio for Haymann.
Carved in wood, marble, cork or aluminium, this mushroom stands out for the warmth of its curves. A soft and friendly shape.
- Eikon from Schneid Studio for Schneid.
The mix of materials is an inspiration for this new lighting system. The wooden base hides a series of magnets that allows the switch of display hosts. The displays come in different basic colours along with a limited edition with degraded finish.