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Timer Light

 

Client

Muji, Japan

 

Production

2010 -

 

With the need for saving energy and giving children a better nights sleep, Muji commissioned a new product under the title LED Timer Light. Using soft unbreakable silicone, a uniform warm light can be controlled by either an on/off switch or for a set time period using a simple interface. A function button provides durations of 30 or 60 minutes. During this timed period the night light gradually dims until turning off. The interface is discreetly placed underneath the lamp. The LED light source helps to further reduce energy use. It's form is influenced by both paper lanterns found in Japan, and also a form that feels natural in the palm of a hand.

Awards

IF Hannover Award, 2012

 

Permanent Collections

The Art Institute of Chicago (AIC), Chicago

 

Exhibitions

Margaret Howell, London, 2011

Turn, Twist and Branch Off, Aram Store, London, 2011

Table Items, Art Institute of Chicago (AIC), 2012

 

Downloads

Frame Magazine, January 2012

 
 
 

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Dalston Lamp

 

Client

Wästberg

 

Production

2016 - 

 

Dalston is influenced by lamps commonly found in workshops and warehouses in London and many other cities. These lamps display an honesty and practicality. They are durable and structurally simple. Dalston refines and updates these qualities with the latest energy efficient LED light source, directing light both downwards as well as softly illuminating its outside shade. The materials and construction are equally simple and duarble. An anodised die-cast aluminium lamp holder acts as an efficient heat-sink that dissipates any heat generated, and also as a holder for different types of shade in both glass and metal.

 

Dalston is available in all RAL colours, allowing for over 1,000 colour combinations where interior and lamp can be co-ordinated by the customer.

International Sales

Wästberg
 

Film
w164 Dalston Lamp

 
 
 

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Ode Lamp Program

 

Client

Herman Miller

 

Production

2016 - 

 

The Ode lamp program was first discussed during the development of the Locale furniture system in 2013. Herman Miller and Industrial Facility saw an opportunity to create a collection of energy efficient LED lamps of different heights and sizes, that could be either freestanding or mounted to a variety of surfaces, such as countertops, credenzas, tables or communal desks.  The family of accent lighting includes table lamps, freestanding floor lamps, and surface-integrated lamps in both black and white. Soft, anti-glare LEDs and spun steel shades create a pool of diffused illumination. The lamp involves a dynamic proximity switch - wether the lamp is freestanding or integrated into a surface, the lamp can simply be touched for on and off control anywhere on its surface.

International Sales

Herman Miller

Further Reading

Brochure

 

 
 
 

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Semplice

 

Client

Oluce

 

Production

2013 -

 

A table lamp with an undoubtedly programmatic name: in this design, we proceeded to eliminate the most characteristic of components for this type of lighting, namely the lamp base and the stem, instead resting an inverted molded glass cone directly onto a table surface. A further dematerialisation effect is determined by the transparency of the glass itself. 

 

The lamp and electronics are held in a metal canopy within the glass cone, allowing it to appear as though it were suspended in mid-air. The deliberate reduction of these constituent elements brings with it a greater attention to details and finishes, in particular the rotary dimmer located at the top of the lamp, which is used at the same time for joining the metal and glass elements together. Rigorous yet poetic, Semplice acts as our first collaboration with Italy’s oldest lighting company.

Awards

Design of the Year 2013, Elle Decoration

Exhibitions

Design Trienniel, Cooper Hewitt, 2015

 

Further Reading

ICON Magazine Oct 2013

 

International Sales

Oluce

 
 
 

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Industrial Facility w152
 

Client

Wästberg


Production

2015 -

 

Industrial Facility w152 moves Swedish lighting company Wästberg into new territory: electronics in combination with light. Modern lighting has now become unrecognisable - no longer the subject of only electricity. Printed circuit boards, micro-chips and diodes are now staple ingredi- ents, providing greater control, conserving energy and with longer lifespans. This transformation is a chance to establish new possibilities for the meeting point between light and electronics – that wherever light is supplied, power is often also required to charge our burgeoning devices. Industrial Facility's w152 is a lamp that also provides intelligent, universal power from three 3A USB outlets, detecting charging requirements and managing them at their fastest rate, however many devices are plugged in. 

 

It is able to charge the latest generation of laptop computers. The lamp is available as freestand- ing, wall-mountable or integrated. The w152 illuminates and powers the office, the workshop, the library, the living room and the bedside table. 


Awards

Wallpaper Design Award 2016
 

International Sales

Worldwide: Wästberg
UK: Twentytwentyone


Films
Introducing Industrial Facility w152

Website

Industrial Facility w152