Handcrafted In Wood – Tick Lamps by Andrea Costa for ILIDE
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.
Plexi Glass Lamps by Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt
Danish designer Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt has created these experimental and playful geometric lights, constructed out of plexiglass and assembled using brass elements.
Lighting and Objects by Michael Anastassiades
Mr. Anastassiades, an industrial designer who earned his masters at the Royal College of Art, shares a desire that many, if not most, share on OEN: a innate drive to foster ideas into reality.
Lamps and Lighting by Foscarini
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
Bestlite, A Bauhaus Icon Designed by Robert Dudley Best
I took some time out to visit some events and exhibitions this weekend in London, which certainly added to the creativity bank. One was a ceramic show where I found some new talent and got up-close and personal with some interesting textures/shapes, the other was the ‘Extraordinary Stories about O
Handmade Lights by Lam Quang and Kestrel Gates
I think an overriding sense of what we are striving to create here is a space where alternate ideas, concepts and ultimately products in our online shop can be shared and supported. So with this in mind, I became fond of the project of Lam Quang and Kestrel Gates this morning who run their own littl
Designs by David Ericsson
Let's head to Sweden now on the content front, there's a lot to admire in this part of the world, particularly when it comes to, yes you guessed it, design. I'm steering away from what you would typically expect me to be sharing today in terms of well established individuals or brands however, and i
Collection of work from Kristine Five Melvær
An overriding theme we often see here, and I'm sure many of you have noted previously, is the battle of the Japanese influence that we have going on. We are constantly amazed and blown away by the quality of craftsmanship this part of the world presents, I think their is definitely more onus within
Seating, Lighting and Storage Inspiration at Augustus Greaves
Some cracking inspiration that I found on my travels today, this time a bit more local to us at Augustus Greaves, based between Oxford and London. They specialise in selling pieces of design, whether it's objects such as vases or lights, or furniture and tables, I decided to pick up a selection from
50’s – 70’s Lamps and Lighting
Today I’ve been looking at some lighting and lamp inspiration, Serge Mouille was my last exploration into the field but today we’re going to look at a variety of different designers thanks to the Mid Mod Design shop who always impress with their variety of objects. For a few months now I’ve be
Hallo Work Light by 45KILO Designs
I'm finding quite regularly now that I go searching for one particular medium and end up finding an alternative that catches my interest instead. This happened earlier when I went about searching for an architectural project, I landed upon the page of Philipp Schopfer and Daniel Klapsing who are two
Tekio by Anthony Dickens
We now move our attention towards an English based designer who has undertaken a project influenced by the design style of Japan, so something that feels quite at home in our archive. Given our admiration for the Japanese style we can be rather predictable with our content sometimes, although we hav