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Lightyears creates and produces superior lamps for both the corporate and consumer markets. Working closely together with top designers and architects, worldwide, the brand has created a collection of contemporary lamps mixing best-practice with something fresh and original.
The design studio LOOMA from Münster – Germany exists since 2015.
The enthusiasm for creation, the connection of aesthetics and functionality as well as curiosity and innovation joy have led to the foundation of the new label.
In 1924, Poul Henningsen created his influential Paris lamp for Louis Poulsen, and the origin of how we still design to shape light can directly be traced back to his views on the dualities of design and light.
“I set out to create a lamp by starting with this capacity for spatial separation of LEDs, scattering them to optimize the spread of light, but above all with the aim of giving each of these points of light its own independence. I wanted to make a lamp that lets you control the position and the quantity of light, a flexible object to adapt to space and the needs of the user” Francisco Gomez Paz
Karl Hunke and Wilhelm Jochheim founded LUCTRA in 1920. The company, originally known as ‘DURABLE’ was created to produce superior products to compliment the corporate environment of offices, as well as the more relaxed spaces of homes and travel accommodation. LUCTRA was also established to manufacture equipment for buildings.
Maiori, Industrial Pioneering Spirit, it all started in Hong Kong in 1989. Maiori Design is born. Founded as MDF (Manufacture Design Factory) Maiori positioned itself as a manufacturer of furniture parts, able to manage the manufacture of its products from design to marketing.
Modular Lighting Instruments. Architectural lighting with attitude. Modular Lighting Instruments has been rewriting the rules for architectural lighting since 1980. It’s in our DNA.
Over and above striving to achieve excellent design, NORR11 seeks to create superior designer furniture accessible to all. They stand by uniting beauty, practicality, and luxury to produce furniture that can fit into any household and not just those showcased in magazines.
Nyta is a young German lighting brand with an award winning collection of luminaires.
Oblure is founded and based in Gothenburg, Sweden. We produce, market and sell lighting products in collaboration with international known designers.
Since over 20 years, ORBIT develops and produces state-of-the-art architectural lighting systems for the medium to high end project lighting market.
At Pablo, we believe that the right light can transform any environment. We are committed to creating lasting solutions that provide a lifetime of illumination.
PER/USE is a Belgian brand that offers a balanced mix of contemporary design furniture, lighting and accessories designed by international designers. The functional collection, with a dignified and timeless character, however not missing a contemporary twist, is created by familiar names as well as emerging design personalities. PER/USE stands for Crafts and Soul. In a world dominated by mass production and consumption, an object becomes more desirable when it is made with craftsmanship and love.
PETITE FRITURE was founded in 2009 with the aim to represent young talent. This is achieved through the creation of catalogues of furniture, lighting, accessories, and outdoor products. The outcome is stylish, accessible products that convey a story. These products are made to fit into our daily lives, but bring enjoyment and delight.
PLEASE WAIT to be SEATED is a dynamic Danish design brand created in 2014 by Thomas Ibsen. Ibsen previously worked as a photographer for international magazines including Wallpaper and Elle Décor. In 2016, Peter Mahler Sørensen came on board as the company’s CEO and co-owner.
Pottery Project, based in Totana, Murcia, is a design brand that mixes contemporary design with prehistoric ceramic customs. Pottery, as a handcraft, is believed to have begun in the 18th century and has since been passed down from generation to generation. Totana has one of the most diverse collections of pottery workshops in Spain.
Since the beginning of her design career, Margje Teeuwen has been fascinated by the beauty of shapes that originate by crumbling paper. It inspired her to design a collection of tailor-made lights. Her encounter with designer Erwin Zwiers, formed a new source of inspiration. Always experimenting with new materials, he came across a multifunctional non woven plastic, which was ideal for designing a light. So independent from one-another, they were working on a similar light-object and instead of competing they decided to join forces.
The result of their collaboration is a unique product. A lamp in the shape of a crumbled piece of paper, made of recyclable nonwoven material. Each lamp is pre-shaped by Margje and Erwin, but the unique features of the material allow the lamp to be reshaped over and over again, by the new owner. Anyone can tailor the shape of a “proplamp” to its wishes.
pulpo is a design editor abounding with experiments and emotion. Blending artisan hand-crafts with a contemporary flair for material and form – we bring to life the imagination of our pioneering designers.
Secto Design originated from a requirement for original, wooden lamps that complemented similar furniture. Created by skilled craftsmen, the lamps are made from wood and are appealing in both look and feel. These lamps are on trend and can be spotted at countless fascinating functions and venues. The aim behind the Secto Design lamps is to create an atmosphere that is both inviting and attractive. Through their architecture, they provide just the right amount of light to achieve this. Furthermore, there is a large emphasis placed on space throughout the design.
Roberto Ziliani founded SLAMP in 1994. His goal in developing the brand was to build something fresh and different within the Italian design industry. This involved a brand that could manufacture superior lamps that would be aesthetically pleasing, from a design perspective, as well as of the utmost quality regarding their engineering. Ziliani desired products made of original, advanced materials, which had never before been used and would come to be known as SLAMP’s approach.
Slide design is a Italian company founded in 2002 specialized rotational moulding process from polyethylene. Slide headquarter and production site are localized near Milan. Today Slide srl count more than 100 workers and 85% of the sales are done via exportation. Slide's product are distributed into 130 differents countries.
Since 2012, Structures industrialize and markets innovative design concepts available for all the people. The basis of their work remains in knowledge of composite materials such as carbon, glass fiber, flax and basalt, coming from their experience in the competition shipbuilding industry.
Established in 1950 in Venice, Italy Design Studio runs always the main street of pure Made in Italy: its the lamps are made from the finest and most precious materials, the mouth blown glass diffusers in Murano furnaces combine brass , aluminum and steel in their different finishes.
Superliving is a Danish design brand founded in 2009.
Behind Superliving is the married couple Anette Stabel and Jesper Binger.
At our workshop in Brabrand close to Aarhus, all the prototypes come to life and we play with most materials (wood, metal, leather, linoleum ... ) If you need any additional information feel free to ask! Thanks...
Think Paper designed The Dutch Tulip on behalf of the Netherlands Enterprise Agency. This pavilion was presented at the WorldSkills event in Leipzig and was made entirely from cardboard. No fewer than 200,000 visitors visited The Dutch Tulip. Make things different, change things around and look at things from a different perspective. 2013 Think Paper.
In 2014, Robert Savu and Dragos Motica created Ubikubi. The collaboration was a spontaneous one, but is based on a successful relationship prior to the origin of the brand. Before the creation of Ubikubi, Savu and Motica shared mutual experience in various projects they co-worked on. The resulting brand is the combination of both founders’ visions.