Le Puij presents the Play Collection. A series of furniture intended for a project set-up. Playful, cheerful and stylish. Each piece has been designed with high quality, flexibility and individuality in mind. And within one module size, so that all the elements are easy to combine with each other. A ‘lampless’ lamp which produces different atmospheres with its two lampshades. The lampshades are easy to swap, and come in white and black.
The 9440 RALS belongs to Peli´s Remote Area Lighting System (RALS) family of portable, self-contained, rechargeable LED area lights that can go where bulky, gasoline-powered lights can't. The RALS lineup makes a technological leap over conventional incandescent area lighting. These outdated systems are powered by noisy, polluting, fuel-driven generators that emit toxic fumes and heat, posing serious safety problems on job sites. In stark contrast, RALS offer users the ability to illuminate a large work area without the fuel consumption, noise and air pollution.
Didi is a handmade product by Magenta. Designers: Ronen Bavly and Ornit Arnon. Through a playful study of folding and reopening of ellipse shapes, like the figure of a pleated skirt, we found the eventual cone, whereas the "folding" lines became light slits. The lamp employs a LED bulb. Its small measures help to retain the lamps' miniature figure and its aesthetic value. The Lamp shade is the direct heat reducer of the Light bulb, thereupon although made purely out of metal it is possible to touch it all over
“infinity” is a concept joined to a lighting “body” that refers to use and function of brick. it will be possible to build what ever you want, starting from “mother” brick connected to the power. it’s possible to build light modules and infinity tipologies of modules. the rib diffuser will be made on a mold and it will be extruded in liquid wood. this diffuser will be the supporting structure of the lamp and will be support weights not exceeding 100 kilos..
“evolution” is a hanging lamp composed by a recycled aluminum plate supporting light diffusers where the “oled” flexible films are side by side along their bending. all the diffusers are the same, but it 's possible, by structurally different plates, to insert more diffusers inside the lamp and in this way to obtain a more decorative lamp. as regard the material to be used for the diffusers i thought to use a corn biopolymer since it’s easily workable and thermoformable. the most interesting aspect of “evolution” is its continously evolving..
The bookLight is a funny book lamp that features shapes of a book. The way to turn on the light is similar to how you take out a book from a shelf. It can be charged both by usb and an adaptor. Usually we put this light on the bookshelves and take out the booklight to switch it on and use it wherever you need it.