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ic lights pendant lamp
designed by: Michael Anastassiades
for FLOS
The Flos IC Pendant Lights were designed by Cypriot designer Michael Anastassiades for FLOS
lighting in Italy. IC S by Flos are jewel-like pendant lights that embody Anastassiades' angular
aesthetic. These Flos pendant lamps have a refined and understated elegance. A brilliant
fusion of light and balance, Flos lighting's new IC Lights set out to challenge the equilibrium
of illumination. IC Lights playfully balance light and simplicity. A 30cm glass sphere hangs from
an anthracite stem, protruding out from an improbable slanting baton. The appearance
appears unstable, as if the opalescent ball may fall from its mouring at any time - but that's
exactly what the London-based Cypriot designer was setting out to achieve. The lights reflect
Anastassiades's love of industrial simplicity. He likens the design to a juggling act in which both
sphere and baton are skillfully balanced. available at:
flos.com
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caboche (led version)
designed by: Patricia Urquiola
Pendant light consisting of transparent polymetylmetacrylate spheres. The white satinised
blown glass screen, guarantees maximum diffusion of light and prevents glare. In the new
LED version affording high energy efficiency levels and durability, Foscarini wanted to
retain all the emotion of the original model. For this reason, after a lengthy lighting
technology design project developed by Foscarini, the new version with LED light
retains the unmistakable effect of this lamp, in which every sphere recreates the image
of the light source inside it and of its surroundings. available at:
foscarini.com
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asterisco
designed by: Cuatro Cuatros
Asterisco is a new lamp by Valencian design studio, Cuatro Cuatros. A fun, practical light that
really makes a statement. Its presence is so punctuating that the studio decided to call it Asterisk.
Its clever integration with a lectern makes this lamp ideal for restaurants, hotels and hospitals just
being next to the phone to take notes. available at:
lzf-lamps.com
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jazz
designed by: Diego Fortunato
The Vibia Jazz Floor Lamp, designed by Diego Fortunato, blends lacquer and resin into an
evening cocktail to create this sleek and jazzy rendition of contemporary uplighting. The
Jazz Floor Lamp is part of the Jazz series of lamps for residential and commercial interiors.
available at:
vibia.com
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We have round lights, we have straight lights. We have them with lights on one side; we have
them with lights on two sides. You can hang them high, low, horizontally, vertically or even
hang them in an angle. Put them on the floor, hang them on your wall or down from the
ceiling. We find it very hard to imagine an interior where this prop is not in place”,
- Bertjan Pot. available at
scottcooner.com
prop light
designed by: Bertjan Pot
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The first self produced line of lighting by Fort Standard creates unique voluminous forms utilizing flat
glass and thin wooden frames. The dimmable LEDs allow the lights to be dimmed from functional
light to lower mood light. finish: ash and white glass. available at:  
fortstandard.com
framework large ring
designed by: Fort Standard
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blow ceiling fan
designed by: Ferdi Giardini
for Luceplan
The new Blow by Luceplan: with dim-able halogen lamp + motor 50% faster! Blow, the “fan with
the light above its blades”, protected for this reason by industrial patent, is a multifunctional light!
Thanks to its sophisticated electronics, both the light and the fan can be operated by an infra-
red remote control. Thus the fan can be installed while leaving the existing electricity system
unaltered, or using ordinary switches that can be inserted in traditional wall plates. Blow also
has an operating switch that can be used to reverse the blade rotation so as to regenerate
the continuous and one-way air flow. The blades, with their particular profile and transparency,
make the light elegant and easy on the eye. The exceptionally quiet motor (only 32 DB), is
mounted on ball-bearings inside the opaline polycarbonate bearing case.
Incandescent bulb, max wattage 150. available at:
lightsfantastic.com