The light bulb- which can be regarded as the sun of Thomas Alva Edison- has changed during the years; it has combined with design and been more than lighting needs. Lighting products are freely strolling all around the rooms from ceilings to walls, from walls to floors.
The ones who like reflecting their style with the objects&accessories in their houses, sometimes in a humorous way, sometimes with elegance.
As Architecture of Life, we have searched the lighting units reflecting your styles towards your living spaces. In this text, our subject is “Floor Lighting” and we hope at least one of them is suitable for your aesthetic perspective. Here are the most surprising floor lamps that we have chosen:
The bottle bulbs are lighting pieces made from beverage bottles that have been heated and re-blown into a eclectic collection of organic forms without the conventional recycling process by Studio Swine.
Recycling is a message in a bottle, isn’t it?
Images: Studio Swine
Plumage by Axo Light is a self-confident design with its colours and style saying “Look! I’m here!” when it is looked at even one time.
Images: Axo Light
Albedo, designed by Arro Studio for manufacturer Dix Heures Dix was thought to diffuse light towards the ceilings and the floor at the same time.
Images: dix heures dix
Gaku Floor Lamp
Part of the MaMo Nouchies collection, a collaboration between Ingo Maurer and textile designer Dagmar Mombach marrying the beauty and flexibility of paper with the latest lighting technologies.
The paper used in this lamp is a natural, untreated product, with minor surface flaws a natural result of the manufacturing process. The paper shade is hand-made, by a traditional Japanese method of textile dyeing.
Images: Ingo Maurer
Milan based design and archtecture office AquiliAlberg’ Evita, designed for Kundalini for the first time by using innovative production technologies is a dimmable floor lamp. Powder coated laser cut metalstructure, opal methacrylate diffuser- Evita is available in these colours: white, beige, grey and red.
(Note: Evita’s wall lighting product is also available. See: Evita Wall )
Paraph by Serge Cornelissen Design Office. Here are the details:
• Bent aluminium painted in matt black.
• LED tilting head with methacrylate optic lens, in anodized aluminium.
• 360° revolving structure. Dimmable on request.
Biluna designed by Luc Ramael is more than lighting with its simplicity. Product features:
- Outer diffuser: painted polypropylene.
- Inner diffuser: opal white thermoformed methacrylate.
- Ballast: electronic.
- Transparent methacrylate support ring.
- In case of blown glass components, consult the quality section
Simple Scandinavian design and Spanish elegance are the two elements creating Collar Lamp. It diffuses a nice light to the place with its natural style.
Images: Nordic Tales