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116 DECORATIVE & DESIGN neue räume


ABB-HALLEN, ZURICH. NOV. 1-6 2011


Jumping 400 miles southwest of Tem- plehof, Neue Räume is Switzerland’s largest international furniture exhibi- tion. This time the industrial ABB Halls in Zurich-Oerlikon provided the venue; high-bay lights and a floor still scrawled with factory markings serving as the low-fi canvas for a selection of high-de- sign lighting and furniture pieces. Neue Räume also showcased two instal- lation concepts: Oïpherique by Atelier Oï (p118) and Interaktive Kölsch, devel- oped by students from the Communica- tion in Space masters programme at the Mainz University of Applied Sciences. The latter featured a room lined with colour changing dots that could be ma- nipulated by moving marked beer mats across a central control table, smashing mats together to create new colours.


Wind Vibia


Designed by Jordi Vilardell for Vibia, Wind is a hanging lamp that offers a contemporary reinterpretation of more traditional pieces. Its 120cm-wide shade conceals an acrylic diffuser that helps produce a pleasant, comfortable general light. www.vibialight.com


Rhombus Illuminartis


The Rhombus combines quality, tech- nology, aesthetics and craftsmanship. The luminaire’s body is machined from billet aluminum, anodised and polished by hand and fitted with long-lasting LEDs. The light can be dimmed either at a convential wall control or directly by moving a hand past a built in sensor. www.illuminartis.ch


nan17 Nanoo


Designed by Jörg Boner and Christian Deuber as part of a specific architec- tural commision, these pendants consist of colour powder-coated tin slats, as- sembled to form a translucent struc- ture.This reinterpretation of the classic ‘fabric structure’ is now available as a standard lamp (nan18). www.nanoo.ch


Verve Georg Bechter Licht


Verve is a series of circular soft ar- chitecture lighting pieces available in three sizes. The units are screwed onto the substructure of a plasterboard wall with fabric tape used to fill any gap between the lights and the sheet of plasterboard. The effect produced is of a wall alive with pockets of light. www.heimatstunden.com


LedBell Rotaliana


LedBell is a family of suspension lamps providing indirect light in either a sin- gle or double ‘bell’ version. LedBell’s body is formed from injection moulded plastic, and a red or black coloured PVC/FEP cable leads up to a chrome ceiling rose. The pieces are equipped with Cree LEDs and policar- bonate lenses. The series is available in either white or black. www.rotaliana.it


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