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Decorative Lighting


Innovative company FLOS attracts a multitude of different designers, including Marcel Wanders and Theirry Drefus, who’s creations can be seen above.


the project, Munro created a brand new installation, Star-Turn, which was created to raise money for Help the Heroes. The installation is a real innovation, using no electricity whatsoever. Twinkling T-lights spin through the air on a fabulous mechanical contraption powered by riders of the bike in the middle of the installation using their pedal-power. Star Turn references Jules Verne and Heath Robinson, with comic-book mechanics and an old-world, analog aesthetic. Ridden like a bicycle, it creates a magical candlelit merry-go-round that is a beautiful sight to behold.


Lighting design attracts a number of


different designers. The medium provides exciting opportunities for designers, which explains why innovative lighting company


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FLOS has had such a number of designers creating beautiful lights that are true works of art. Marcel Wanders Chrysalis design for FLOS uses an imaginative play of light and shadow, projecting the image of flowers from a vase shaped light fitting. The product uses one of FLOS’s most distinctive materials - the cocoon resin - to create a product that seems simple, but reveals a magical projection that brings the light to life. Similarly, Theirry Drefus’ Wall Rupture design for FLOS is an innovative play on aesthetics and textures. These lights are all beautiful examples of how lighting can be used as more than just a way to brighten up a space. Light is an ideal way for art to make a statement, however large or small.


Contact


Dernier & Hamlyn T: +44 (0) 20 8760 0900 W: www.dernier-hamlyn.com


Alex Randall T: +44 (0) 7970 659339 W: www.alexrandall.co.uk


Baroncelli T: +44 (0) 20 7720 6556 W: www.baroncellidesign.com


Bruce Munro T: +44 (0)1985 845 228 W: www.brucemunro.co.uk


FLOS T: +44 (0)203 328 5140 W: www.flos.com


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