Divinity by Charlotte Friis
by sabine7 / August 25, 2009


Divinity is a rosette-shaped ceiling light with a red pull string where the light would usually hang. This on-off switch is meant to reflect the on and off relationship we have with religion today. The sky is obviously a steady inspiration for lighting, as the Cloud Light by Taro & Sarah is another representation of that which is always out of reach. These modules, however, can easily be controlled to create a lamp of any size, thanks to magnets that hold the modules together. Crooner is a constellation of black pendants of different shapes by Hauser Winkel Schaub. Also after the jump is lighting from Hidden Art and Design Migration, a contrast between ornate and understated. Daisuke Hiraiwa's Plastic Knife Chandelier is something to behold.



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Divinity by Charlotte Friis


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Crooner by Hausen Winkel Schaub


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Cloud Light by Taro and Sarah


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Plastic Knife Chandelier by Daisuke Hiraiwa for Hidden Art


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Lighting by Camilla Groth and Sami Ruotsalainen for Design Migration


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