Founded by Melbourne-based designer Kohtaroh Colwell-Matsuura, SOZOU studio specializes in the production of minimal-looking metal lighting pieces that create a Zen-like ambiance. Next to being connected to eastern and western philosophies, the studio’s geometric lamps bring to mind the legacy
A table lamp is a useful object that can bring beauty to a room. Both the base and shade can feature unique colour and design elements that add a sense of brightness, even when the lamp in not turned on. But it is definitely an overlooked component of any space. Melbourne based textile designer Sara
Chandeliers are an elegant way to illuminate a room. Over the years, designers have updated chandelier motifs to feature styles that are elaborate, modern, minimalist, geometric, vintage and much more. Now Lambert & Fils have come out with the Sainte Collection, a lightweight glass chandelier wi
Ah, the concept of movement frozen in time. One can equate it to dancers who suddenly freeze when moving or gymnasts flying through the air. This sort of frozen movement is exactly what artist Kassandra Thatcher brings us with her Static Gestures and Figures collection. Thatcher uses clay as her pri
The Arturo Alvarez studio have been designing and manufacturing beautiful lighting for over 20 years at their workshop near Santiago de Compostela, in the northwest portion of Spain.
Italian light designers ILIDE have teamed up with skilled craftsmen to collaborate on this wooden carved light, titled TICK the light is an oval shade that's been carved using a chisel.
A series of five unique lamps by Portuguese designer Carlos Borges, with his inspiration being the artistic and architectural philosophy of Constructivism.
One aspect of my office that's severely lacking is in the lighting department, I'm pretty fussy, as you can imagine, and I've had a problem finding good quality lights that don't take up too much room. A Serge Mouille piece for example is beautiful, but they're very large and the price is pretty off
As I was perusing through the usual subjects of mid-century design I stumbled across the ever so fantastic Serge Mouille, who seems to have had a recent web design update. Although not totally finished at the moment it looks like the studio will be releasing a publication of photography featuring Se
My loved ones over Christmas were kind enough to buy me several books that I’ve been yearning for over the past year, firstly ‘Dieter Rams: As Little Design as Possible’ which I’ve yet to dig into, and also ‘Alvar Aalto, Through the Eyes of Shigeru Ban’ which is one I’m currently readi