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170 TECHNOLOGY / ANNUAL PRODUCT GUIDE


CUBIE Viso


CUBIE forms part of a collection of hand molded crystal products. Special forming and cutting artistry is used to achieve the curvature frame of the drop. A unique cable suspension has been designed and developed by Viso engineers to eliminate the need for aircraft cables. Easy to adjust on site without the use of tools, the product is installation friendly. G-4 12V20W, this dimmable product boasts a 10,000 hours lifetime. www.visoinc.com


Étoile Slamp


Empatia Artemide


Designed by Carlotta de Bevilacqua and Paola di Arianello, Empatia elegant- ly combines the great traditions of Italian glass-blowing and the latest LED technologies. Artemide worked closely with Venetian master glass blowers to create a unique craft object whilst not compromising on light efficiency. The resulting Empatia combines a high performance LED light contained in a smooth glass dome that will re- flect light without glare. Empatia is available in 3 different power levels and sizes and is available in clear and opaque glass. www.artemide.com


DECORATIVE


Light and seductive, this lamp appears to dance on a stage of light. Adriano Rachele’s design is inspired by the skirt of a ballerina, lifting and folding as she dances. Completely constructed in Lentiflex, it is characterised by a fluid, soft and harmonious design. Inside are very powerful LED lights, some directed upwards, creating a relaxing atmosphere, diffusing the whole space with light. Others are arranged in the centre, creating suggestive reflections between the folds and a soft, prismat- ic effect. Available in two sizes: one smaller size, for a home setting, and a larger size for spaces requiring a stronger impact. www.slamp.it


Sea Flowers Baranska Design


Consisting of over 20,000 handcraft- ed glass elements, Sea Flowers, from Barańska Design, is illuminated by fiber optics. 15m long and 1500kg in weight, this most recent residential lamp col- lection results from inspiration found in the Studio’s first project. Chandeliers of various sizes were made, using the same handcrafted glass elements. High- tech LEDs and fibre optics create a pretty light source. Lamps are available in various sizes. www.baranska.pl


Star Jonas Bohlin for Örsjö


When Bohlin was commissioned to refurbish the Stadshuskallaren restau- rant, famous as the location of the Nobel Prize ceremony banquets, he developed several new versions of Star. Single spot lights, individual pendants with textile cable and a large round pendant in copper or white with brass details were added to the collection this year. www.orsjo.se


Nafir Axo Light


Named after a small North African trumpet, the Nafir lamp collection designed by Karim Rashid offers sus- pension, ceiling and recessed down- light versions. Nafir is made of white injection moulded plastic and is avail- able in three different colours: chrome exterior, white interior; white exterior gold interior; and white exterior, white interior. The canopies are made of the same material, colours and finishes as the lamp. The light source is GU10 LED. www.axolight.it


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