Posts Tagged ‘lighting installation’

Arrangements lighting installation by Michael Anastassiades for Flos, Milan – Italy

May 8th, 2018

Midway between a light sculpture and an industrial design object, Arrangements is a modular system of geometric led elements that can be combined in multiple compositions as single or even connected chandeliers.

Kassis Jewelry store by Studio Omerta, Mykonos – Greece

October 21st, 2016

Emphasis has been given to the quality of the materials chosen for the execution of the project, marble flooring, wood, leather and bronze, in particular, the stunningly beautiful cylindrical lighting installations, playing a decorative role to attract passers by.

Tesla ‘Electric Portrait’ lighting installation by ambience & Duro Cubrilo

March 1st, 2016

Built using 759 energy efficient LED globes mounted to a grid, various mask diameters were perfectly measured around the curve of each globe – allowing exact light levels to escape at different sizes.

Marie Sixitine Store by Studio Janréji, Paris – France

October 22nd, 2015



French fashion label MARIE SIXTINE calls on Studio JANRÉJI to design its Paris-based stores.

Tangle – Lighting installation by Flip Sellin & Claudia Pineda De Castro, Milan – Italy

June 11th, 2015


Tangle – a sculptural pendant light installation – consisting of three intertwined modules and one single element.

Transparent LEGO chandelier by Tobias Tøstesen

January 27th, 2015

Tobias Tøstesen transcends the inherent playfulness of standard LEGO elements to explore their infinite potential as a module for lighting.

Custom lighting installation by BeamDesign, Israel

March 27th, 2014

Custom lighting installation of 300 15m long golden tubes at TelAviv Fashion week 2014, Israel

POP-UP STORES! Dezeen Watch pop-up store, London

May 18th, 2013

Teaming up with London’s Seven Dials district in Convent Garden, Dezeen Watch Store has announced the opening of a brand new pop-up store.

NYU’ restaurant by I M lab, Oderzo – Italy

March 25th, 2013

The lighting installation has been located to mirror and respond to an existing glass opening in the floor that exposes the roman ruins to the diners. Narrow at the entrance and wider towards the back it sweeps down lower over the Teppanyaki.

Danny Venlet D2V2 lighting

June 6th, 2011

The shape of this big light is meant to be reminiscent of a bomb and an airplane engine or propeller. The floating effect that is the result grows with the number of lights that are hung together and is also enhanced by the fact that the inner TL-lights don’t seem to touch the cylinder in translucent polyethylene that forms the outer skin.