Hope everyone is warm and safe inside, away from the snowstorm of doom. For now, if you're looking for some light browsing check out this installation by Oki Sato at The Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. Pretty surreal, right?
Thomas Bernstrand, inspired by Japanese community festivals, designed a collection of pendant lights christened Daikanyama after the district, where Bernstrand drew inspiration from as well. Coming in a variety of colors, the lights hang from cables to mirror the festivals.
Camilla Richter's “And A And Be And Not,” is the nominee for the D3 Innovation Award and probably one the neatest room dividers we've seen. Part traditional, part art sculpture, it's made to react and stand as a light fixture within the room.The panels create different shapes and colors depending on the intensity of the light and the angle of the viewer - like a kaleidoscope. Check out the video below: