1. Terho and Tatti | Maija Puoskari
Minimalistic and suave can best describe Maija Puoskari’s latest design project. The Finnish artist came up with a sympathetic and endearing lamp duo inspired by nature, timberland and reminiscing of acorns and mushrooms. Maija’s work is a tribute to her cultural heritage and her creations often remind us of Finland’s endless forests and their hidden treasures. Terho and Tatti make up for one funky pair, delicate and incredibly cozy.
Terho, the ceiling lamp, can be perfectly complemented by Tatti, it’s more down-to-Earth counterpart. Both of them are made out of opaque blown glass, garnished with a stylized hat coming in countless shapes. When lit, the little bubbles turn translucent and dimly shed their mild iridescence around, casting a wondrous allure over any space. The Finnish alder used for the top hats enhances the natural appearance and the lightness of the concept.
2. The Drop Light | by Doolight
The ‘Drop Light’ is a brand new concept which brings us total freedom to create the interior mood via our lighting. The ‘Drop Light’ is cordless, heatless and limitless. It consists of rechargeable lights, or ‘drops’, which can be utilized as individual lamps; therefore, you can locate them anywhere in your home, adjust their intensity and create limitless moods. It works in just the same way as ordinary lighting when the drops are on the leaf base. However, thanks to the highly efficient rechargeable battery inside the drops, the drops hanging from the leaf base charge irrespective of whether or not the light is in use, so you can separate them from the base and use them as portable lamps at any time.
The ‘Drop Light-mini’, which uses only a single ‘drop’, is an alternative for smaller and more intimate settings. This lovely little lamp can be located in doorways or on tables to enrich and enliven your home life.
3. Five Pack Lamp | Alex Scmid
The suspended lamp 5 pack can be changed from one light configuration to another. If all five reflectors sit inside one another, all light is directed downward. If you pull up the top reflector, the five reflectors unfold, and the position of the two light sources moves into the structure.
Now the light is emitted between the reflectors. Since the insides of the top reflectors are yellow, white and yellow shades are created alongside the surrounding openings. The handle is fitted with a locking mechanism so that the position of the reflectors is continuously adjustable.
4. Bird | by Zhili Liu
Shanghai designer Zhili Liu has designed a series of lighting inspired by birds.
Called Bird, the bone china sockets hold each bulb at an angle.
They can be hung in clusters, attached to a perch or displayed with a shade that represents the bird’s cage.