Posts Tagged ‘polyethylene’

Revolution Precrafted’s Ellipsicoon pavilion by UNStudio

May 31st, 2018

The pavilion’s continuous surface is woven from 100% recyclable high-density polyethylene (HDPE), which evokes the appearance and porosity of wicker furniture with the durability necessary for permanent outdoor installation.

Beijing Tea House by Kengo Kuma & Associates, Beijing – China

July 30th, 2015



The studio of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has renovated a historical building right in the heart of Beijing, China, using translucent hollow blocks of polyethylene.

Pantheon pendant lamp by Targetti

June 8th, 2014

With PANTHEON the light is as breath taking as the historical building it is named after, lighting up and emphasising its sinuous shape. On the outside it is a smooth, ethereal dome; on the inside a volcano that emanates light to light up its surroundings harmoniously.

Lainoa lamp by Jon Santacoloma for B.lux

July 12th, 2013

This new lamp by B.lux has been designed for use not only in outdoor but also indoor spaces. Hence, it is available as an anchored or as a portable lamp, with a 3.5 m long cable, so it can be placed in different locations.

Alma armchair by Nacho Lavernia & Alberto Cienfuegos for KOO

February 22nd, 2012

Alma looks for a new composition and a different relationship between the elements of an armchair. The result, two volumes that can combine different colours and materials. This enables the use of Alma in different areas: indoor, with fully upholstered version “Alma in and out with “Alma Out”, the result of a novel combination in outdoor furniture; polyethylene fabric.

Knot hanging lamp by Giò Colonna Romano & Karim Rashid for SLIDE

November 11th, 2011

Designed by Giò Colonna Romano & Karim Rashid, Knot is a new hanging lamp of SLIDE collection. Illuminated with LED technology, Knot is characterized by a sleek and unusual shape, which suggests a feeling of lightness and flexibility that making it a scenographic lighting element, suited to enhance any modern setting.

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.