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  1. AJ Aarhus
    Design Arne Jacobsen / Erik Møller (1943)
    Design Arne Jacobsen / Erik Møller Designyear 1943
    Santa & Cole is a small, independent supplier of interior and exterior design established in 1985 and based in Barcelona. Their indoor products are for both private homes and offices, while the outdoor creations are made for urban spaces. Ranging from bedside lamps to streetlights and from coffee tables to park benches, the design embraces intimate personal spheres as well as large public areas. Good design can be expressed at any scale.
  2. APPLIQUE À VOLET PIVOTANT
    Design Charlotte Perriand (1960/1977)
    Design Charlotte Perriand Designyear 1960/1977
    Wall lamps with aluminium adjustable volet and metal body. Body painted in white, volet natural anodized, black anodized or mirror polished stainless steel. For the small versions E14 and LED, volet could be painted in red, yellow or blue. E14 version with integrated switch, cable and plug for a simple and free installation. Indirect output towards the wall and orientable flood beam. PLEASE NOTE: Only the small version with E14 socket has switch on the lamp and cable coming out of it. All other version are to be mounted with wires coming out of the wall.
  3. APPLIQUE DE MARSEILLE
    Design Le Corbusier (1938/1939)
    Design Le Corbusier Designyear 1938/1939
    Le Corbusier designed the Applique de Marseille for his Paris apartment at Rue Nungesser et Coli. Wall lamp, double emission, in aluminium painted in matt grey or painted matt white, with white internal diffusers.
  4. Bestlite BL10
    Design Robert Dudley Best (1930)
    Design Robert Dudley Best Designyear 1930
    Bestlite has been in continuous production since 1930. Winston Churchill is numbered amongst its many famous users. The Bestlite design was conceived by Robert Dudley Best who was highly influenced by the Bauhaus. Bauhaus was a school in Germany that merged practical crafts with the fine arts and became famous for the design concept that it publicized and taught. Bauhaus had a profound influence upon subsequent developments in art, architecture, graphic design, interior design and industrial design and Bauhaus style became one of the most influential forces behind Modernist architecture and modern design. Eighty years on, the Bestlite design stays close to its industrial roots and true to its original design. Bestlite is held in permanent collections at both the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Design Museum in London. Loved by architects, designers and design aficionados throught its 80-year history, today, Bestlite enjoys global iconic status.
  5. Bestlite BL5
    Design Robert Dudley Best (1930)
    Design Robert Dudley Best Designyear 1930
    Bestlite has been in continuous production since 1930. Winston Churchill is numbered amongst its many famous users. The Bestlite design was conceived by Robert Dudley Best who was highly influenced by the Bauhaus. Bauhaus was a school in Germany that merged practical crafts with the fine arts and became famous for the design concept that it publicized and taught. Bauhaus had a profound influence upon subsequent developments in art, architecture, graphic design, interior design and industrial design and Bauhaus style became one of the most influential forces behind Modernist architecture and modern design. Eighty years on, the Bestlite design stays close to its industrial roots and true to its original design. Bestlite is held in permanent collections at both the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Design Museum in London. Loved by architects, designers and design aficionados throught its 80-year history, today, Bestlite enjoys global iconic status.
  6. Bestlite BL6
    Design Robert Dudley Best (1930)
    Design Robert Dudley Best Designyear 1930
    Bestlite has been in continuous production since 1930. Winston Churchill is numbered amongst its many famous users. The Bestlite design was conceived by Robert Dudley Best who was highly influenced by the Bauhaus. Bauhaus was a school in Germany that merged practical crafts with the fine arts and became famous for the design concept that it publicized and taught. Bauhaus had a profound influence upon subsequent developments in art, architecture, graphic design, interior design and industrial design and Bauhaus style became one of the most influential forces behind Modernist architecture and modern design. Eighty years on, the Bestlite design stays close to its industrial roots and true to its original design. Bestlite is held in permanent collections at both the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Design Museum in London. Loved by architects, designers and design aficionados throught its 80-year history, today, Bestlite enjoys global iconic status.
  7. Bestlite BL7
    Design Robert Dudley Best (1930)
    Design Robert Dudley Best Designyear 1930
    Bestlite has been in continuous production since 1930. Winston Churchill is numbered amongst its many famous users. The Bestlite design was conceived by Robert Dudley Best who was highly influenced by the Bauhaus. Bauhaus was a school in Germany that merged practical crafts with the fine arts and became famous for the design concept that it publicized and taught. Bauhaus had a profound influence upon subsequent developments in art, architecture, graphic design, interior design and industrial design and Bauhaus style became one of the most influential forces behind Modernist architecture and modern design. Eighty years on, the Bestlite design stays close to its industrial roots and true to its original design. Bestlite is held in permanent collections at both the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Design Museum in London. Loved by architects, designers and design aficionados throught its 80-year history, today, Bestlite enjoys global iconic status.
  8. 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.
  9. Hector dome wall
    Design Original BTC
    Design Original BTC
    Size 1: H 23 – Ø 9 cm Size 2: H 26 – Ø 11,5 cm
  10. IC C/W 1
    Design Michael Anastassides
    Design Michael Anastassides
  11. IC C/W 2
    Design Michael Anastassides
    Design Michael Anastassides
  12. LAMPE DE MARSEILLE
    Design Le Corbusier (1949/1952)
    Design Le Corbusier Designyear 1949/1952
    Designed by Le Corbusier for the Unité d’Habitation of Marseille in 1949/1952, it is an adjustable wall lamp with two joints on the arm and a rotating wall fixing. Spun aluminium diffuser. Available with matt grey or whitewash body, with white internal diffusers. Direct and indirect lighting output. Double switch on the cable, for a functional and adjustable light output.
  13. LAMPE DE MARSEILLE MINI
    Design Le Corbusier
    Design Le Corbusier
    Mini version of the Lampe de Marseille. Aluminium with spun aluminium diffuser. Available with matt grey or whitewash body, with white internal diffusers. Direct and indirect lighting output. Switch on the cable. Wall installation also without plug. Functional and adjustable light output.
  14. Mantis BS2
    Design Bernard Schottlander (1951)
    Design Bernard Schottlander Designyear 1951
    An admirer of Alexander Calder, in 1951 Schottlander created the Mantis series of lamps. Movement is intrinsic to all of Schottlander’s work: an artist, an engineer and in no small measure a handyman, he devised a clever system of counterweights combined with a series of strong, and flexible metal bars. The shade also is unique of its kind. Like an acrobat suspended in mid-air, it is made from aluminium using spinning and chasing techniques that are a part of the metalworker’s inventory of skills, but to which he has brought his sculptor’s eye to create a helical movement in which the symmetrical and the asymmetrical are in opposition. His lights, with their eternal play between balance and imbalance, reveal some of the secrets of what we mean by ‘solid’ and ‘empty’. And like his idol’s mobiles they appear to defy the laws of gravity. The essential poetry of the object is an invitation to enter a dream world of the most judiciously balanced elegance...
  15. Mantis BS5
    Design Bernard Schottlander (1951)
    Design Bernard Schottlander Designyear 1951
    Wall lamp with or without switch An admirer of Alexander Calder, in 1951 Schottlander created the Mantis series of lamps. Movement is intrinsic to all of Schottlander’s work: an artist, an engineer and in no small measure a handyman, he devised a clever system of counterweights combined with a series of strong, and flexible metal bars. The shade also is unique of its kind. Like an acrobat suspended in mid-air, it is made from aluminium using spinning and chasing techniques that are a part of the metalworker’s inventory of skills, but to which he has brought his sculptor’s eye to create a helical movement in which the symmetrical and the asymmetrical are in opposition. His lights, with their eternal play between balance and imbalance, reveal some of the secrets of what we mean by ‘solid’ and ‘empty’. And like his idol’s mobiles they appear to defy the laws of gravity. The essential poetry of the object is an invitation to enter a dream world of the most judiciously balanced elegance...
  16. Miller Wall
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    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. Nomad linestra short
    Design Modular lighting system
    Design Modular lighting system
    Nomad linestra has become a classic. The symmetrical fitting with its visible wiring and bare strip light reduces lighting to its essence. It is ideal for use above a mirror, where the diffuse light will showcase you at your best
  18. Planet lamp
    Design Mette Schelde
    Design Mette Schelde
    The disks are magnetic, and can freely be moved around. Thereby you can change the appearance of the lamp, and cast different shadows on the wall.
  19. POTENCE PIVOTANTE
    Design Charlotte Perriand (1927)
    Design Charlotte Perriand Designyear 1927
    Embossed wall lamp. Body in aluminium and metal, painted matt black. Diffuser is a opal glass bubble. Arm fixed to the wall and rotating to the horizontal axis, describing a 180° corner. Power cable with plug and dimmer.
  20. PROJECTEUR 165 CLIP
    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
  21. 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
  22. 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).