Lovely And Unique Smart LED Lamp Bero

Bero is an unusual smart desk lamp that can express a variety of colors and controlled by its own application. It has no button to turn the light on or off. You can knock Bero’s head or body twice to turn the light on or off. This is the difference with existing products with which you can touch specific areas to turn the light on or off. It’s an original function that you cannot see in existing lamp products. Bero has RGB LED to offer experiences in a variety of colors. You can express diverse moods by changing colors with the application. So you can have Bero with a variety of diverse colors. Also you can use application to turn Bero on or off at a specific time you want. So, you don’t need to fall asleep in the dark and wake up in the morning with noisy alarms any more. Bero is a spirit of light that flies between trees in the forest and shares its light energy with grass and trees under shades to help them growing. In addition to Bero is very curious and goes outside the forest at night. It watches over sleepless children at the windows and then goes back to the forest when the sun is about to come up.

Modern Wall Clock Covered In Icelandic Moss

German designer Tobias Mittmann, of design studio HerrMittmann, has created a modern wall clock covered in Icelandic moss, that makes it easy to display both the time and your love for nature. Lush, soft, and with a range of natural greens in it, this moss wall clock brings a touch of nature to your interior and creates a functional piece of decor. Alongside with a wall clock you will be able to find creative pendant lamp also covered in Icelandic moss.

LZF’s Handmade Wood Lamps in Set of Creative Images

Photographers Nienke Klunder and Wiglius de Bie have produced a photographic montage for LZF that juxtaposes fragments of several art movements, including Surrealism, De Stijl, and Modern. With dramatic effect, Klunder and de By present a number of LZF’s handmade wood lamps in a series of creative scenes. The radiant Dandelion, slinky New Wave and peculiar Life-Size Fish are just a few of the lights on show.

All Around Lamp by Maria Novozhilova

Echoing the silhouettes of major cities, like Milan and Sydney, the All Around Lamp is a geometric floor lamp that doesn’t have a top or bottom. Designed by Maria Novozhilova, these tetrahedron-shaped lamps use LED technology to create a warm ambiance. The thin frame of the lamp holds each engraved piece of plastic that features abstract drawings referencing those city capitals. Moreover, the All Around Lamp is a hybrid object – if you flip the larger-sized lamp, it even turns into a small side table.

Metal Throat Lamp Inspired by Ventilation Pipes

Throat family luminaires by KEHA3 are inspired from industrial ventilation pipes. The luminaire is flexible and freely directable. Industrial design language implies to its durability and a wide-range choice of dimensions of spring tubes used in industy create a prerequisite for creating a versatile luminaire family. The metal throat element ensures the directability and fixing of the luminaires and the polyurethane-covered flexible metal spring takes care of the final finishing. Throat luminaires can be used as ceiling and wall lamps; they suit to home environment as well as public rooms. It is available in two lengths. By adding a colourful stocking on the lamp, it is possible to turn the industrial Throat lamp into even more playful luminaire than it already is. The stocking is easily put on and requires no hard work to take it off, therefore depending on the interior and also the mood it is easy as pie to give the luminaire a fresh look!

Unusual and Modern My Bird Lamp by Anastassiya Leonova

The My Bird is a design project by Kazakh designer Anastassiya Leonova. As it was said on the designer’s website this is a “Collection of the interior lamps. Which was created from the inspiration of looking at the birds.” It doesn’t quite look like a bird but it also doesn’t look like a lamp in a common sense. It looks unusual, modern and for sure will draw your attention in any interior. So don’t waste your time and jump into the post for more photos!

The Illuminating Folding Light

Michael Jantzen has created Folding Light. Instead of interacting with light on the scale of a building, the small sculpture allows one to interact at the level of the hand; a feat that captures the importance of this essence in a way anyone can create and experience. Starting out as a simple white cube, four of the corners are hinged in a way that allows you to neatly fold the sculpture in over itself. Doing so to any of the four corners reveals the architecture of the interior, which features a single energy efficient bulb housed in a light diffusing shield and surrounded by six horizontal yellow planes. The planes combined with the light diffuser soften the bulb to an effervescent glow, and demonstrate the nature of light by encouraging it to dance, reflect and refract off of its surroundings. These interactions become a game of sorts, as when you open up the corners the light further bounces off of the shell that once held it within and varies depending on how many of the corners you open, and how far they are rotated.

Naturalistic Trio of Monkey Lamps

The Monkey Lamp is a wild yet functional lighting design by the Italian designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba. Like in much of Malerba’s art and design , the Monkey Lamp uses a naturalistic figure to explore relationships between people and animals. Here, the resulting trio of lamps has a human quality to its expression at the same time that it resembles something out of a science museum. Each of the three primates is quite detailed and poses sitting, standing, or hanging while holding an exposed LED bulb. Made of resin and hand-finished in white, the designs have a contemporary, consciously artistic quality to them as well.

LUMINOSE – Lovely Dog Lamp with Personality

Born from their passion for design and love for dog, Budapest based designers Elizabeth Zimmerer and Márton Lente present their new project: Luminose lamp. This modern table lamp have the shape of a dog, made from high quality, handcrafted oak (or beech wood for the black and white versions). “LUMINOSE is the dog lamp with personality. This fine design, wooden table lamp with the touch of handwork was born from our design passion and dog love bringing warmth into your home. LUMINOSE is exclusively looking for the owner who has the sense of design, the love of dogs and has a table for a lamp. The LUMINOSE story started in a wood workshop. After thousands of hours of designing and manual prototype, the very first dog lamp was born. LUMINOSE learnt to light in relatively short term, becoming a fully functional wooden table lamp. Being good first-owners we built the environment in which LUMINOSE feels good, driven by our passion for details from design to website code. This is why we pay attention to every detail from design to manufacturing. LUMINOSE – being a very smart dog lamp – is made with the co-operation of changed working abilities with high level of expertise. A LED panel is installed into the wooden components, using 85% less energy than a standard table lamp. By welcoming a LUMINOSE you stand out by helping purchase and eco-friendliness.”

Lili Lite – The Ultimate Reading Lamp

Lili Lite is a reading light, a bookmark and a bookshelf combined into one smart product. A sensor turns off the light when an open book is placed on the shelf. When the book is picked up again, the light automatically turns on. Lili Lite is an ingenious design by Studio Smeets Design that combines function and style in a simple way. LiliLite is designed by Thijs Smeets. “I came up with the idea when lying in bed putting a book away on my bedside table. There was so much stuff on there it all clattered on the floor. I thought; what if I could lie my book on my reading light? I took a pen and started sketching…”

Dollop Light by Ash Allen

Australian designer Ash Allen has created the Dollop light. “Inspired by a dollop of cream falling gently off a spoon, I wanted to create a sensual, organic pendant light full of contrasts. Asymmetric but perfectly balanced, matt on the outside, glossy on the inside, narrow at the top and voluminous at the bottom. A 7W warm white LED globe hidden from sight, indirectly illuminates the large space below. Made from an earthenware ceramic slip casting, two lights work well together as a pair.”

The Bride Lamp by mammalampa

Latvian design studio mammalampa created a collection of lights called The Bride. “The Bride’s “dress” is created from paper presenting this traditional lamp material in an unusual solution. As light shines through the paper, you will find yourself infused by an aura of airy lightness; almost as if the lamp were not subject to the law of gravity. This most definitely a lamp with a gender – the atmosphere created by the Bride is truly feminine. Entirely handmade, each Bride has her own personality characterized by the unique pattern in which her shade is woven with the personal touch of the weaver who created the pattern. no two Brides on earth are the same! The collection is comprised of ceiling lamps in two sizes and a kindred floor lamp and table lamp.”

“Prairie Lamp” by Marco Guazzini

Italian designer Marco Guazzini created the Prairie lamp by joining three segments of injected plastic. One was printed in black (for the base) and lighter shades of gray are the mobile segments, attached with a hinge. The mobile segments can be opened or closed, thus modifying the light intensity. This Prairie prototype lamp was first exhibited at “Abitare il Tempo” exhibition in Verona, 2012.

Creative Babele Lamp

A lamp Babele created by Manifattura Italiana Design, in the shape of a classic table lamp silhouette, is comprised of wooden sections made to be disassembled and reassembled. "Starting from a classic abat-jour (lampshade) silhouette and playing with it: disassembling it in plain sections, shuffling and putting them back in order, creating and defining light gaps." says MID. "It’s an ever changing object with an innate anchitectural nature. A simple figure, an idea, a lamp that illuminates and inspires creativity."

DRSL Paparazzi Lamp by Mónoculo Design Studio

Mónoculo Design Studio have created the DRSL Paparazzi lamp. " Mónoculo Design Studio presents this original lamp which is a replica of a reflex camera lens. Carefully handmade with high quality materials and fine terminations, the lens hood can be reverse mounted or removed. The lamp is made of alder wood and has a water-based varnish and beeswax finish on it. Additionally, its design is 100% eco-friendly. On the top it has a ceiling frame with a stainless steel cable and a red wrapped power cord. It would make a fantastic gift who anyone in your life who loves photography or it would serve as a memorable touch to any room’s decor. While the inspiration for this hanging light may seem unusual, the finished product is outstanding."

The Goodnight Lamp

The Goodnight Lamp is an innovative social communication tool created by a group of designers in London, UK. The concept of the lamps is to create a new, playful and effective way for families and friends to communicate with each other. These WiFi-connected lamps can be plugged in virtually everywhere, while then using that connection to communicate amongst each other around the world. When one connected lamp is turned on by a family member in New York, its loved ones in Paris see that light illuminate by its duplicate on their own network. The Goodnight Lamp has a variety of uses for families, colleagues and friends who wish to stay connected in a simple, meaningful way.

House-Lamp by Lauren Daley

San Francisco architect Lauren Daley created the following collection of House-Lamps. Lauren takes the simple charm of a hand-assembled and finished wooden model home, and applies high tech CNC laser cutting for efficient parts creation, and light sources for beauty and practicality. There are three styles, Eco, Modern, and Bungalow, all fashioned from basswood, with a choice of stained solid or plywood base, and with or without a handy task lamp. Have fun!

Playful Frank Lamp by Pana Objects

Thailand based company Pana Objects has created a functional piece of art that gives the modern consumer something to smile about. The Frank lamp takes the mundane, simple concept of a desk lamp and glorifies it through the universal emblem of happiness, a young puppy. This playful desk-lamp with its clean lines, simplified shapes, and natural materials is sure to bark its way into the homes of many a creative individual looking to lighten up their home or office décor. Have fun!

Creative Floor Lamp “Octopussy”

Take a look at this funny and functional floor lamp “Octopussy” created by industrial design from Moscow Vladimir Tomilov. It’s absolutely flexible lamp with elegant bubble, which has colored lens and shutter for bulb. This lamp has three support legs, as well as “foot-tentacles” that define the dynamics and at the ends have additional led-lights. Once it appeared, the project immediately attracted attention and sympathy. In autumn 2001 Octopussy got an award in Paris and was listed in the book Designbook vol.4 and moreover immediately got to its cover. Take a look!

Retro-Looking “Diesel Duii Mini” Lamp

This cute retro-looking lamp called the Diesel Duii Mini is a result of Diesel design partnership with progressive Italian lighting manufacturer Foscarini. It’s a mini version of their duck-footed Duii desk lamp. With “a shape that in turn recalls a multitude of memories and inspirations: retro car headlights, a workman’s hard hat but also the Mohican style shaved head of the Diesel brand.” And just like the original, the Duii Mini comes in two colors – a working class yellow and an industrial gray. The lamp works equally well on a desk or mounted on the wall.