Design lamps

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about design lamps

Project • By LZFRestaurants

Restaurante Alameda

Alameda is Spanish for poplar grove, but it is often used to describe any shaded tree-lined boulevard, however, in this case it is also the name of José Ángel Castro and Evangelía Chalatsako’s new restaurant in the Salamanca district of Madrid. The Salamanca district represents the most cosmopolitan Madrid, it is one of the most pleasant and luxurious areas of the city. The two-storey restaurant has been designed with a nod to the nineteenth-century housing of this district, with hardwood flooring and classic cut moldings, yet, at the same time entering the restaurant gives you the sensation of leaving the city and entering an oasis of exquisiteness that perfectly combines nature and urbanism. Colectivo Verben... More

Product • By LODESPuzzle Mega

Puzzle Mega

Large geometric figures characterised by essential forms, which almost merge with the interior architecture when off, only to be surprisingly revealed as harmonies of light and shadow when lit. Puzzle Mega lamps decorate walls and ceiling with light.  Round, square and rectangular, the large geometric figures of Puzzle Mega express the beauty of light through a clean design with a surprising effect. An essential, sculptural character infused with suggestion: when off, they blend in with the interior architecture, elegant and discrete; once lit, they paint the walls and ceiling with unexpected harmonies of light and shadow. The three shapes are available in different sizes and two finishes, either in matte white painted MDF or Renoir b... More

Product • By DezigneOval lampshade (15") made from recycled cardboard

Oval lampshade (15") made from recycled cardboard

Large oval hanging lampshade made from recycled cardboard -therefore light but strong and the layers of cardboard look like wood.The oval mimics the UFO design and a shade which works well, has a 60's futuristic vibe.These shades are guaranteed to add an element of funkyness to a room especially if hung low over a table. They are inspired by Frank Gehry, who produced cardboard lampshades back in the 60's.The shade comes complete with cable and fitting. Max bulb 40W.Diameter 15"./38cmThe ethos behind the company is to create lighting using predominantly repurposed materials, the bulk of which is cardboard and Corex. Corex is usually used for making For Sale signs on houses. The result is environmentally recyclable yet fine boutique... More

Project • By KriskadecorRestaurants

Brothers' Karavaev Cafe

Every place in the Brother's Karavaev franchise is a world apart. None resemble the previous one, although they are always recognizable thanks to the retro and industrial touch that all the architects who work in its implementation give it.The most recent is the one you can find in the city of Moscow, next to the Alekséyeyskaya metro station, located in the Alekséi district, which combines materials such as aluminum, laminate or teak wood in the same space.To bring warmth to the different spaces of this gastronomic venue, Marina Bagrova opted for a set of volumes made with anodized aluminum links in brilliant apricot, a subtle and elegant color that navigates between yellow and orange.The eight decorative elements of Kriskadecor include six... More

Product • By DisciplineBell lamp

Bell lamp

When lit up, Bell lamp draws a precise beam of light on the table or bar counter, creating a game of dimmed lights and shadows. When turned off, the lamp’s striking band – painted inside the glass – represents a very simple and elegant sign, especially when more elements are used. More

Product • By CATELLANI & SMITHFull Moon

Full Moon

Collection: Luce d'Oro Materials: aluminium disc, nickel-plated copper sticks Colours: silver, gold, copper coloured leaf, white Light source: 5x interch. LED (Ø 50 cm) / 10x interch. LED (Ø 80 cm) Dimensions: Ø 50 cm; Ø 80 cm Kelvin: 2700 Energetic Class: A Voltage: 220-240V Watt: 5x1W; 10x1W Dimming: driver a tensione costante max 10W 350 mA   The origins Luci d’Oro was developed after reflecting on the colour of light: the golden light of the sun and fire; warm light, in which the concept of refraction began to take shape in Enzo Catellani’s mind and which he used later in other creations.   More