Nyta’s adaptable light
German lighting brand Nyta has introduced a spherical version of its award-winning pendent lamp Tilt. The shade can be swiveled at a variety of angles, allowing it to be used as a spotlight.
Ross Lovegrove for Artemide
Chlorophilia by Ross Lovegrove takes its inspiration from nature.
“I’ve stuck to a respect for and a sort of biomimicral awareness of nature that I can bring into the work I do,”Lovegrove told onoffice. “It has a sense of new nature, but it’s technical too.”
Jacco Marias’ Mrs.Q
Available as a both a floor and a wall lamp, Mrs.Q comprises a robust leather shade and metal stand.
Luca Nichetto for Zero
Zero’s lighting collection relates to its designer’s Italian heritage, its name Pomi meaning apple, but also fruit in general. Its faceted forms in aluminum, brass and copper are designed to resemble fruit hanging from the branches of a tree.
Lee Broom’s Crescent Light
The spherical form of Broom’s light appears to have been sliced in half, revealing brushed-brass fascia.