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180 TECHNOLOGY / RED DOT AWARDS 2012


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v s Veli • Slamp


Veli, designed by Adriano Rachele for Slamp, is a ceiling/wall lamp inspired by the fluttering frills of a skirt. It is part of a large family that includes: Veli (6 colours and the Prisma version), Veli Large (three colours and the Prisma version), Veli Mini (three colours), Veli suspension (three colours), Veli Suspension Large (three colours) and Veli 7 as a special solution for the contract market. www.slamp.com


t BE Light • QisDesign


The BE Light, is an LED desk lamp that folds and sports a unique articulated design. With its clever hinge design it can be fully extended to a height of 33.4cm and an angle of up to 135 degrees. It also provides adequate task lighting with white LED. When not in use, it can be folded down flat to a minimum height of 1.8 cm, taking up the least amount of space on a desk. www.qisdesign.com


Italic • Brick in the Wall Italic combines complex, fluid geometries to create a contemporary wall for indirect lighting solutions. Italic can be used with


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the light source at the top, at the bottom, or sideways. The unusual sculptural shape of the sleekly curving Italic provides a distinctive presence in an interior design. Made of CALCYT plaster, the fully paintable fixture shares the same thermal expansion characteristics as regular plaster or plas- terboard, which ensures stable installations free of plaster cracks. www.brickinthewall.eu


v Moon • Platek Light


Designed by Olle Lundberg for Platek Light, Moon is a stylish outdoor luminaire available in both wall mounted and bollard versions. An LED light source is integrated into the aluminium body of the fixture to form a circular aperture, helping to avoid possible glare. The bollards come in three height options. www.platek.eu


Garden-Star • Maberry The Garden-Star is a waterproof LED spot- light for outdoor use, characterised by a minimalist design with elegant curves. In addition to using recyclable materials such as aluminium and glass, great importance was placed on durability, user-friendliness


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and energy efficiency. The spotlight creates a luminous flux of almost 900 lumens while consuming only 9.5W of power. Further- more, it significantly reduces heat genera- tion and thus energy loss. With a six-metre cable and the ability to rotate through 360 degrees horizontally and vertically, this lamp offers maximum flexibility. www.maberry.de


x Pablo • Clamp


Designed for simplicity and engineered for sustainability, Clamp combines the beauty of wood with the brilliance of LED technology. It is comprised of three main components that work together to provide infinite adjustment options, while focusing warm diffused light where needed most. Clamp’s minimal esthetic combines superior performance and a playful expression that compliments any setting. Available in white or oak with red cord and walnut with black cord. www.pablodesigns.com


For the full list of Red Dot Lighting & Lamp winners go to www.mondoarc.com


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