Luceplan

03 Dec 18
All my shit design

A powerful light source projects a beam of light onto a large disc of translucent fabric in Daniel Rybakken‘s latest lamp design for Luceplan. Read more from Dezeen https://ift.tt/2PgT1QM via IFTTT

29 Oct 18
Studio Block

Luceplan Expands Acoustical Lighting Portfolio With Trypta by Stephen Burks https://t.co/ktr6zR3tSx — Studio Block (@StudioBlock1) October 29, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/StudioBlock1 October 29, 2018 at 05:19AM Luceplan Expands Acoustical Lighting Portfolio With Trypta by Stephen Burks https://t.co/ktr6zR3tSx — Studio Block (@StudioBlock1) October 29, 2018

04 Oct 18
design and style report

Architecture and Design Film Festival and Soho Design District Short Films Walk in New York last night was a success. There were viewings of numerous short films at participating showrooms in the Soho Design District where you also got a chance to view fabulous furniture, lighting and other interior design products. One of the best […]

11 Aug 18
Bailey Street Design

Words by Bronwyn Marshall Published on 10 August 2018 Category Industrial Design Photography courtesy of Lights.co.uk Highlighting labels such as Luceplan, Anta, and Rotaliana, the ability to compare formal qualities, price-points, sizing, and availability, is made all that much easier with Lights . Source: The Minimal Lamp Series

25 Jul 18
Connor Renwick

Designed by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan, the Amisol is a large pendant lamp that actually takes up a minimal amount of physical volume. The lighting is made up of a large sheet of translucent white film or metallized mirror membrane that’s been stretched inside its circular frame and a light source that projects light onto […]

17 Jul 18
Sentinel Colorado

“I’m a city boy, brought up in the Midlands and living in London for the past 25 years, so had never really experienced that intense blanket of stars that you find on a beautiful, clear night in the countryside, with the constellations so clearly marked,” he says.

17 Jul 18
National Post

Designer Lee Broom was vacationing at a friend’s house in the Cotswolds, an idyllic bit of rural England. “I’m a city boy, brought up in the Midlands and living in London for the past 25 years, so had never really experienced that intense blanket of stars that you find on a beautiful, clear night in […]