London Design Festival: Lighten Up - Part 2
by sabine7 / October 1, 2008


Texture was an important element of many of the lighting designs featured in the Lighten Up exhibit. Re-silicone's Lagoon, a thick, chunky snake of ambient lighting was a good example of this. Vamped used colourful, glossy plastic off-cuts for Hula and the Higher Market Studio invested in cast-off jumper sleeves. Hasta la Pasta by Charlie Davidson Studio was the starchiest lighting on site, and Swarth by Re:think Things was a mass of aluminium shavings. Beryl and Friends by Wemake was a series of discarded lamps shrink-wrapped into new life. Also after the jump are designs by Alanna Cochrane and Julia Lohmann.

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Hula by Vamped


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Hula by Vamped


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Jumper Sleeve Lamp by Higher Market Studio


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Lamppot by Alanna Cochrane


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Nesting Lamp by Julia Lohmann


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Hasta la Pasta by Charlie Davidson Studio


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Swarth by Re:think Things


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Beryl and Friends by Wemake


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