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  1. ABALLS T GR
    Design Jaime Hayon
    Design Jaime Hayon
    This elegant pendant lamp offers a warm, ambient light thanks to the silky opaque finish of its hand-blown glass diffuser. A small brass ring links the diffuser to a rounded ceramic base available in a shinny white, black, platinum, copper or golden finish.
  2. Arkipelag pendant
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Arkipelag is the original Rubn lamp, inspired by the Swedish archipelago. RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  3. B15 H PE
    Design Jordi Veciana
    Design Jordi Veciana
    Suspension lamp. Central aluminium structure, anodised graphite. Extruded transparent glass diffuser. Dimmable and non-dimmable options available.
  4. BAI BA BA
    Design neri & hu
    Design neri & hu
  5. BL 9 L
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Robert Dudley Best drew the first drafts of the lamp that would later become synonymous with his name when he studied to become an industrial designer in Paris and Düsseldorf. As the lamp was the first example of Bauhaus in the UK, strong arguments were needed before the lamp could be put into production. The lamp was produced by the manufacturing firm Best & Lloyd, founded by Best's family in 1840. After mention in the prominent architectural magazine Architects' Journal, the architectural community opened its eyes to the lamp's potential. Bestlite gained everlasting fame when Winston Churchill placed one on his desk in Whitehall.
  6. BL 9 M
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Robert Dudley Best drew the first drafts of the lamp that would later become synonymous with his name when he studied to become an industrial designer in Paris and Düsseldorf. As the lamp was the first example of Bauhaus in the UK, strong arguments were needed before the lamp could be put into production. The lamp was produced by the manufacturing firm Best & Lloyd, founded by Best's family in 1840. After mention in the prominent architectural magazine Architects' Journal, the architectural community opened its eyes to the lamp's potential. Bestlite gained everlasting fame when Winston Churchill placed one on his desk in Whitehall.
  7. Bl 9 S
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Robert Dudley Best drew the first drafts of the lamp that would later become synonymous with his name when he studied to become an industrial designer in Paris and Düsseldorf. As the lamp was the first example of Bauhaus in the UK, strong arguments were needed before the lamp could be put into production. The lamp was produced by the manufacturing firm Best & Lloyd, founded by Best's family in 1840. After mention in the prominent architectural magazine Architects' Journal, the architectural community opened its eyes to the lamp's potential. Bestlite gained everlasting fame when Winston Churchill placed one on his desk in Whitehall.
  8. BL 9 XL
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Robert Dudley Best drew the first drafts of the lamp that would later become synonymous with his name when he studied to become an industrial designer in Paris and Düsseldorf. As the lamp was the first example of Bauhaus in the UK, strong arguments were needed before the lamp could be put into production. The lamp was produced by the manufacturing firm Best & Lloyd, founded by Best's family in 1840. After mention in the prominent architectural magazine Architects' Journal, the architectural community opened its eyes to the lamp's potential. Bestlite gained everlasting fame when Winston Churchill placed one on his desk in Whitehall.
  9. Bolero
    Design Niclas Hoflin (2007)
    Design Niclas Hoflin Designyear 2007
    Bolero is inspired by the matador; strong and masculine with a clear touch of femininity. Bolero, always with adjustable intensity of light. At the office, for homework or the cosy dinner. RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  10. Brass 95
    Design Paola Navone (2015)
    Design Paola Navone Designyear 2015
    You can just see it. This light-as-a-feather, ethereal brass ceiling light could only have been concieved by the fantastic Paola Navone. As a citizen of the world Paola Navone is driven by her extreme interest in the most widely differing cultures – particularly oriental ones – she travels a great deal, bowing to a natural inclination to cross boundaries, and not only geographical ones. There is no doubt in our mind that she must have looked towards classic cymbal making before designing the Brass 95 lamp
  11. Bubble lamp - Apple
    Design George Nelson (1947)
    Design George Nelson Designyear 1947
    Bubble Lamps are one of those designs that seem to live forever. The obvious simple lines are signed by architect George Nelson and were put into production for the first time in 1952. Today his name does not evoke the same recognition by the general public as the contemporaries Charles and Ray Eames. This is said to be a historical injustice. Nelson is at least as much the personification of 50s modernism. The hard-working American designer has had a deep impact in the decors of commercial and residential offices right up till today. The revered Bubble Lamps were drawn as early as 1947. The lamps are constructed from a steel frame covered with a thin plastic. The design provides a strong but soft light that does not disturb your eyes. The lamps are produced step by step by hand, using the same rules, Nelson assigned in the early fifties.
  12. Bubble lamp - Ball
    Design George Nelson (1947)
    Design George Nelson Designyear 1947
    Bubble Lamps are one of those designs that seem to live forever. The obvious simple lines are signed by architect George Nelson and were put into production for the first time in 1952. Today his name does not evoke the same recognition by the general public as the contemporaries Charles and Ray Eames. This is said to be a historical injustice. Nelson is at least as much the personification of 50s modernism. The hard-working American designer has had a deep impact in the decors of commercial and residential offices right up till today. The revered Bubble Lamps were drawn as early as 1947. The lamps are constructed from a steel frame covered with a thin plastic. The design provides a strong but soft light that does not disturb your eyes. The lamps are produced step by step by hand, using the same rules, Nelson assigned in the early fifties.
  13. Bubble lamp - Cigar
    Design George Nelson (1947)
    Design George Nelson Designyear 1947
    Bubble Lamps are one of those designs that seem to live forever. The obvious simple lines are signed by architect George Nelson and were put into production for the first time in 1952. Today his name does not evoke the same recognition by the general public as the contemporaries Charles and Ray Eames. This is said to be a historical injustice. Nelson is at least as much the personification of 50s modernism. The hard-working American designer has had a deep impact in the decors of commercial and residential offices right up till today. The revered Bubble Lamps were drawn as early as 1947. The lamps are constructed from a steel frame covered with a thin plastic. The design provides a strong but soft light that does not disturb your eyes. The lamps are produced step by step by hand, using the same rules, Nelson assigned in the early fifties.
  14. Bubble lamp - Saucer
    Design George Nelson (1947)
    Design George Nelson Designyear 1947
    Bubble Lamps are one of those designs that seem to live forever. The obvious simple lines are signed by architect George Nelson and were put into production for the first time in 1952. Today his name does not evoke the same recognition by the general public as the contemporaries Charles and Ray Eames. This is said to be a historical injustice. Nelson is at least as much the personification of 50s modernism. The hard-working American designer has had a deep impact in the decors of commercial and residential offices right up till today. The revered Bubble Lamps were drawn as early as 1947. The lamps are constructed from a steel frame covered with a thin plastic. The design provides a strong but soft light that does not disturb your eyes. The lamps are produced step by step by hand, using the same rules, Nelson assigned in the early fifties.
  15. CONSTELLATION INDOOR
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Wall and ceiling lamp. Widespread light, ideal for general illumination. Constellation features a EN AB 46100 die-casted aluminium body and PBT self extinguishing base (rating: UL-94 5-VB, thickness: 1.6 mm). The diffuser is in moulded glass, with internal prismatic surface. The body and the base are joined by a die-casted aluminium hinge.
  16. Coppola glass pendant
    Design Niklas Hoflin (2015)
    Design Niklas Hoflin Designyear 2015
    RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  17. Coupole
    Design Franco Albini
    Design Franco Albini
    Big pendant lamp in spun aluminium, available in white or matt black (with white inner part), or bright anodized gold, gunmetal, natural aluminium. The E27 socket allows the use of fluorescent, LED and halogen sources.
  18. CROWN MAGNUM
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  19. CROWN MAJOR
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  20. CROWN MINOR
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  21. CROWN MULTI
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  22. CROWN PLANA
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  23. CROWN PLANA LINEA
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  24. CROWN PLANA MAJOR
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  25. CROWN PLANA MEGA
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  26. CROWN PLANA MINOR
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  27. CROWN SUMMA
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Design Jehs + Laub
    Pendant chandeliers, with modular structure in die-casted aluminium and sandblasted glass diffusers. Structure in aluminium hand polished, glossy gold plated or painted in matt white, matt black or gold. Available a NEMO LED G9 kit. Widespread light. Double switch for the SUMMA version. Transparent cable. Red cable on request.
  28. Estadio
    Design Miguel Mila (2002)
    Design Miguel Mila Designyear 2002
    Powerful ring of light for indoor use, originally conceived for the Barcelona ’92 Olympic Stadium, formed by a crown of sparkling glass blocks. The powerful metal structure evokes medieval iron lights.
  29. Etch light web
    Design Tom Dixon
    Design Tom Dixon
    A vast 60 cm wide shade with an unusual open structure, designed to cast atmospheric angular shadows when lit. Another experiment in our long running exploration of mathematics and geometry, an irregular pentagon shape is repeated 60 times across the body to create a total sphere. The enormous globe is made from stainless steel with an extreme-polished finish giving a remarkable shine and a jewel-like quality as external light is reflected off the mirrored surface. Formed through a process of digital photo-acid etching, a halogen bulb is suspended within the centre of Etch Web to make it the ultimate shadow play pendant.
  30. GT1000/GT1500
    Design Santa & Cole Team (2011 / 2013)
    Design Santa & Cole Team Designyear 2011 / 2013
    Especially designed for projects in big spaces needing good lighting. The shade houses a disk of light with a double circular fluorescent.
  31. GT5
    Design Equipo Santa & Cole
    Design Equipo Santa & Cole
    When lit, the GT5 gives off a pleasant striated light. When off, it becomes a decorative element whose elegant lines and rich colours make it stand out in large spaces.
  32. GT6
    Design Equipo Santa & Cole (2004)
    Design Equipo Santa & Cole Designyear 2004
    With its 45 cm diameter, the GT6 offers an appealing solution for any space, also because of its potential to be used in sequences within large areas.
  33. GT7
    Design Equipo Santa & Cole (2004)
    Design Equipo Santa & Cole Designyear 2004
    The GT7 lampshade is a GT5 blown up to outsize proportions in order to meet the needs of even the largest public spaces. Its ribboned construction filters a richly varied light. When not lit the GT7 is a handsome decorative element. Its impressive presence, its repetition and colour combination are enough to create spaces with great personality." specifications=" Light source: Max. 3x60 W - E 27 incandescent" colours="Unbleached – red / amber – black" materials="Steel - bookbinding tape - parchment
  34. Headhat ceramic
    Design Santa & Cole Team (2013)
    Design Santa & Cole Team Designyear 2013
    A flexible set of hanging lamps with shades (Hats) of differing sizes and materials that give multiple uses to an ingenious light capsule (Head), forming a simple system with a minimalist and flexible design that gives great warmth to LED lighting. Its interchangeable, modular components and technology make this a product with a long life cycle and easy to recycle. HeadHat fosters good heat dissipation, a lighting experience without glare and is straightforward for users to set up. Awards: ADI-FAD GOLD DELTA 2013 RED DOT DESIGN AWARD 2013
  35. Headhat metallic
    Design Santa & Cole Team (2013)
    Design Santa & Cole Team Designyear 2013
    A flexible set of hanging lamps with shades (Hats) of differing sizes and materials that give multiple uses to an ingenious light capsule (Head), forming a simple system with a minimalist and flexible design that gives great warmth to LED lighting. Its interchangeable, modular components and technology make this a product with a long life cycle and easy to recycle. HeadHat fosters good heat dissipation, a lighting experience without glare and is straightforward for users to set up. Awards: ADI-FAD GOLD DELTA 2013 RED DOT DESIGN AWARD 2013
  36. Hector dome
    Design Original BTC
    Design Original BTC
    Lamp with bone china shade and braided cord.
  37. IC C/W 1
    Design Michael Anastassides
    Design Michael Anastassides
  38. IC S1
    Design Michael Anastassides
    Design Michael Anastassides
  39. IC S2
    Design Michael Anastassides
    Design Michael Anastassides
  40. Liuku base pendants
    Design Maija Puoskari
    Design Maija Puoskari
    Liuku base pendants from Mater is designed by Finnish designer Maija Puoskari. It is crafted in solid FSC certified oak wood and stripped of excessive decoration, leaving focus on the simple design. The LED light source is hidden in the drop - or ball-shaped - design, which is treated with matt lacquer. The two shapes constitute the base of the Mater Liuku Pendant, with an additional glass shade. The minimalistic design means the Liuku Base is ideal as a single pendant, aligned or in decorative clusters for both residential and commercial decor.
  41. Liuku Pendant Ball
    Design Maija Puoskari
    Design Maija Puoskari
    Liuku base pendants from Mater is designed by Finnish designer Maija Puoskari. It is crafted in solid FSC certified oak wood and stripped of excessive decoration, leaving focus on the simple design. The LED light source is hidden in the drop - or ball-shaped - design, which is treated with matt lacquer. The two shapes constitute the base of the Mater Liuku Pendant, with an additional glass shade. The minimalistic design means the Liuku Base is ideal as a single pendant, aligned or in decorative clusters for both residential and commercial decor.
  42. Liuku Pendant Drop
    Design Maija Puoskari
    Design Maija Puoskari
    Liuku base pendants from Mater is designed by Finnish designer Maija Puoskari. It is crafted in solid FSC certified oak wood and stripped of excessive decoration, leaving focus on the simple design. The LED light source is hidden in the drop - or ball-shaped - design, which is treated with matt lacquer. The two shapes constitute the base of the Mater Liuku Pendant, with an additional glass shade. The minimalistic design means the Liuku Base is ideal as a single pendant, aligned or in decorative clusters for both residential and commercial decor.
  43. Long John
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Long John is a new adaptable lighting solution from Rubn. Comes with 250 cm leather suspension or metal fixing RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  44. M64
    Design Miguel Milá (1964-2014)
    Design Miguel Milá Designyear 1964-2014
    An exponent of a time when Spanish industrial design was just establishing itself as a professional discipline, this lamp was awarded the Gold Delta in 1964, the highest distinction for a product in Spain. The jury that year was chaired by leading Swiss designer and artist Max Bill, a champion of the Ulm School, who eloquently promoted it to the ultimate award. As a result, Miguel Milá, the then young designer of the lamp, affectionately called it the MaxBill lamp, though today it is known as the M64. To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Santa & Cole is now reediting it in an LED version, with minimal changes to the neck to fit the HeadLed capsule, which affords greater light efficiency and quality. The M64 comes in four finishes (white, black, bright brass and polished aluminium), once again demonstrating the exquisite timelessness of Miguel Milá's designs.
  45. M68
    Design Miguel Mila (1968)
    Design Miguel Mila Designyear 1968
    A hanging lamp immortalising the silhouette of a woman’s shoulders. It comprises a large aluminium shade with the cable running from the centre and a tiny metal cylinder that marks the transition between the shade and the steel wire from which it hangs.
  46. Meltdown
    Design Johan Lindstén
    Design Johan Lindstén
    Meltdown is a lamp made from thin coloured glass with a spherical shape, hand blown in a mold. The inspiration was to make something beautiful from the disastrous nuclear accident in Fukushima. The disaster is reflected in the lamps where the process has already begun and the bulb is about to melt through the last defense of the glass. Guilio Cappellini discovered the design at Salone del Mobile in 2012 and continuing the desire to be synonymous with contemporary avant-garde design, the strength of the creation led to its swift realization as a Cappellini product. The diameter of each lamp is 285 mm and they can be composed in the linear way or grouped together ad-hoc. The colors available are: dove, pink, tobacco, light blue, amethyst, amber.
  47. Moare
    Design Antoni Arola
    Design Antoni Arola
    The Moaré (Moiré) series is so called due to the effect of the two superimposed cylindrical shades. This is another fantastic result of the research into materials carried out by Antoni Arola for Santa & Cole.The screens of these series of lamps are made of a material used in industrial curtains; they create a luminous effect of symmetrical waters, as if iridescent fabric was being used. The moiré effect occurs when the two similar weaves are superimposed.
  48. Neverending Glory Bolshoi Theatre
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    The Neverending Glory collection reflects nostalgic emotions and interprets opulent candle chandeliers in new ways to symbolize prime moments of appreciation and glory. In individual silhouettes it is possible to recognize iconic chandeliers from five of the world’s most eminent concert halls and theaters; La Scala in Milan, Palais Garnier in Paris, the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, but also the Czech Republic’s Estates Theater in Prague.
  49. Neverending Glory La Scala
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    The Neverending Glory collection reflects nostalgic emotions and interprets opulent candle chandeliers in new ways to symbolize prime moments of appreciation and glory. In individual silhouettes it is possible to recognize iconic chandeliers from five of the world’s most eminent concert halls and theaters; La Scala in Milan, Palais Garnier in Paris, the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, but also the Czech Republic’s Estates Theater in Prague.
  50. Neverending Glory Metropolitan Opera
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    The Neverending Glory collection reflects nostalgic emotions and interprets opulent candle chandeliers in new ways to symbolize prime moments of appreciation and glory. In individual silhouettes it is possible to recognize iconic chandeliers from five of the world’s most eminent concert halls and theaters; La Scala in Milan, Palais Garnier in Paris, the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, but also the Czech Republic’s Estates Theater in Prague.
  51. Neverending Glory Palais Garnier
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    The Neverending Glory collection reflects nostalgic emotions and interprets opulent candle chandeliers in new ways to symbolize prime moments of appreciation and glory. In individual silhouettes it is possible to recognize iconic chandeliers from five of the world’s most eminent concert halls and theaters; La Scala in Milan, Palais Garnier in Paris, the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, but also the Czech Republic’s Estates Theater in Prague.
  52. Neverending Glory Prague Estate Theatre
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    Design Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus
    The Neverending Glory collection reflects nostalgic emotions and interprets opulent candle chandeliers in new ways to symbolize prime moments of appreciation and glory. In individual silhouettes it is possible to recognize iconic chandeliers from five of the world’s most eminent concert halls and theaters; La Scala in Milan, Palais Garnier in Paris, the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, but also the Czech Republic’s Estates Theater in Prague.
  53. Nimba
    Design Antoni Arola (1997)
    Design Antoni Arola Design year 1997
    A floating ring comprising a metal profile and an inner shade that scatters the light. The lamp's name is inspired by ‘the nimbus or halo around holy images, which can be seen, but is not there’. Nimba shines light on the centre of nowhere to radiate out in all directions, effortlessly combining simplicity and high technology. LED versatility has enabled two new sizes, one smaller and one larger (60 and 180 cm diameter), to highlight all types of space and project with extensive, serene and soft light radiation.
  54. OK
    Design Konstantin Grcic (2013)
    Design Konstantin Grcic Designyear 2013
    Inspired by the lamp Parentezi from 1971, Konstantin Grcic created a reinterpretation, using modern technology.
  55. Parentesi
    Design Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzu (1971)
    Design Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzu Design year 1971
    A steel cord hangs from a small ceiling mount, weighted at the bottom providing the necessary tension to hold the lamp in place. The rubber, lamp housing is suspended on the cord by a curved-metal, tubular bracket, the ”parenthesis”. Full adjustability and swivel control. Plugs into any wall outlet. Available in black or nickel finish with extra brackets available for an additional charge.
  56. Plafonnier á 3 bras pivotants
    Design Serge Mouille (1958)
    Design Serge Mouille Design year 1958
    Known primarily for his work as a designer of lighting fixtures, Serge Mouille (1922-1988) received a master silversmith diploma from the School of Applied Arts in Paris. He studied with silversmith and sculptor Gilbert LaCroix and, after graduation in 1941, went to work in his studio. In 1945 Mouille himself became a teacher at the School of Applied Arts and opened his own metalworking studio. At that point his design commissions were mostly for hand rails, chandeliers and wall sconces. In 1953 Jacques Adnet hired him to design lighting fixtures, an art to which he devoted the rest of his life. Throughout the 1950s Mouille designed large, angular, insect-like wall mounted and standing lamps with several arms and smaller, more curved, wall-sconces. Some of his best known designs from the period are his “Oeil” lamp (1953), “Flammes” (1954) and “Saturn” (1958). He worked to achieve a kinetic, sculptural aesthetic that evoked a sense of movement in space. He also claimed his lighting fixtures were “a reaction to the Italian models, which were beginning to invade the market in 1950,” and which he thought to be “too complicated.” His designs from this period were shown mainly at the Steph Simon Gallery in Paris.
  57. PROJECTEUR 165 PENDANT
    Design Le Corbusier (1954)
    Design Le Corbusier Designyear 1954
    Mini adjustable version of the Projecteur 365. Available in the clamp, wall and pendant versions. Aluminium body painted in night blue, white sand or moka. Diffuser glass curved and sandblasted in the inner part. Clamp and canopies painted in matt black, screws and small metal parts black chromed. Diffused and adjustable light output. E27 socket allows the use of fluorescent and LED sources. Not to be used with halogen or incandescent bulbs
  58. PROJECTEUR 165 WALL CEILING
    Design Le Corbusier (1954)
    Design Le Corbusier Designyear 1954
    Mini adjustable version of the Projecteur 365. Available in the clamp, wall and pendant versions. Aluminium body painted in night blue, white sand or moka. Diffuser glass curved and sandblasted in the inner part. Clamp and canopies painted in matt black, screws and small metal parts black chromed. Diffused and adjustable light output. E27 socket allows the use of fluorescent or LED sources. Not to be used with halogen or incandescent bulbs
  59. PROJECTEUR 365 PENDANT
    Design Le Corbusier (1954)
    Design Le Corbusier Designyear 1954
    The Projecteur of Le Corbusier was designed for the Chandigarh High Court, India, in 1954. Aluminium body painted in night blue, white sand or moka. Diffuser glass curved and sandblasted in the inner part. Painted body, base and canopies. Screws and small metal parts black chromed. Available in the floor, wall/ceiling and pendant versions. The wall/ceiling and pendant lamps are available also in the outdoor version (IP54).
  60. PROJECTEUR 365 WALL CEILING
    Design Le Corbusier (1954)
    Design Le Corbusier Designyear 1954
    The Projecteur of Le Corbusier was designed for the Chandigarh High Court, India, in 1954. Aluminium body painted in night blue, white sand or moka. Diffuser glass curved and sandblasted in the inner part. Painted body, base and canopies. Screws and small metal parts black chromed. Available in the floor, wall/ceiling and pendant versions. The wall/ceiling and pendant lamps are available also in the outdoor version (IP54).
  61. Spun Reflector
    Factory-style reflector pendants are sure to put design aficionados in a spin. Hand-crafted at Davey’s Birmingham metal works, the pendants are available in two finishes: interior and exterior-polished aluminium or weathered copper with a polished copper interior. Shades are created by pressing sheet metal over a chuck, or mould, in order to create the desired shape. While the majority of today’s manufacturers use steel chucks for a perfectly smooth finish, Davey has re- introduced a mid-century wooden chuck found in the archives. Rough from years of use, the chuck leaves a wood grain imprint in the metal, giving each light a beautifully individual, unprocessed look.
  62. Vox ceiling lamp
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Vox is strong and ambient, it spreads the light around itself and guides your way in the dark. Get it in brass, copper, black or white together with shade in opat mat glass. Your simple guide. RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  63. Vox pendant lamp
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Vox is strong and ambient, it spreads the light around itself and guides your way in the dark. Get it in brass, copper, black or white together with shade in opat mat glass. Your simple guide. RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  64. Waldorf Glass Pendant Optical Stripe
    Design Niklas Hoflin (2015)
    Design Niklas Hoflin Designyear 2015
    RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.