• Benjamin Hubert’s latest designs

    British industrial designer Benjamin Hubert recently launched his 2011 collection of furniture and lighting. Benjamin studied Industrial Design and Technology at Loughborough University and graduated in 2006. He went on to open his own studio in London in 2007 where he works on a diverse range of projects across the furniture and lighting sectors. He

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  • Lighting from In-es.artdesign

    A fusion of art and design, the lighting creations of In-es.artdesign are made in limited editions, with some pieces created as exclusives. The second collection, created by the artist/designer Oçilunam, is inspired by the moon and includes the pieces ‘Luce liquida’ and ‘T.moon’. Made from Nebulite, a material developed specifically for In-es.artdesign’s collections, this lunar

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  • Lighting Regulations & Interior Design

      The next few years will see the familiar incandescent light bulb disappear from our homes, offices, workplaces, leisure venues etc as regulation sounds the death knell for this once ubiquitous light source replacing it with more energy-efficient, eco-friendly light bulbs.   I am currently looking into the consequences of this regulation for interior design

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  • Bringing the garden indoors

    In recent months, I have come across quite a few innovative interiors products inspired by the great outdoors. This got me thinking that there are some really interesting ways to liven up your living room and bring the garden inside the house. So I’ve decided to do a quick round-up of my favourite products that

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  • Lighting trends

    Whilst researching an article I was writing recently I was sent some information on the trends we can expect to see in the coming year with regards to lighting. The information came from the trends and forecasting department of SeymourPowell, a global design and innovation company, and detailed five key trends that will be lighting

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  • Melt Meee chandelier

    With its Melt Meee chandelier, Andromeda presents a new collection of lighting that combines hand-made glass with visionary style. The collection consists of four different models with a choice of three, eight, 16 or 24 lights and is available in seven sophisticated colours. A traditional chandelier has been reinterpreted and given a sinister and gothic

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  • A light on the tiles

    Billie Jean is an innovative wall covering concept that incorporates a collection of translucent glass tiles designed to illuminate the bathroom. The design, by Finnish designer Henrik Amberla, was a submission for a competition run by home design company DNA+. Amberla took his inspiration from a Michael Jackson music video in which the mere touch

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