Michael Anastassiades explores the parallels between lighting and jewellery design with his Arrangements Broken Line Pendant Light for Flos.
The Tri-Angle stool/side table by Aldo Bakker for Karakter consists of 12 triangular elements – cut to fit together like the perfect puzzle.
Angel Jové's Babel lamp for Santa & Cole refers to the unfinished biblical tower where there was a
confusion of tongues, victims of their ambition.
The Cestita table lamp by Miguel Míla for Santa & Cole was designed in 1962 and strikes a balance between rational functionalism and the legacy of local artisan creation.
With a sturdy simplicity and Mattiazzi's state-of-the-art production, the Facile Table is a contemporary celebration of the dovetail joint
Inspired by the soft, ethereal glow of the moon, Jasper Morrison designed the Superloon floor light for Flos using a flat disc led that be rotated 360 degrees and adjusted by strength and temperature.
More than 20 years after it was first designed the Tripode G5 Floor Light remains one of Santa & Cole's bestselling lamps. It's ribbon lampshade offers a burst of colour and a warm diffuse light that accents rather than dominates a space.
Giopato & Coombes pair ornament and cutting edge technology with the sculptural Cirque ceiling light.
With Wästberg's Dalston Pendant Light Sam Hecht and Kim Colin took the archetypal form of industrial lighting found across factories and workshops in the UK and created a sleek, highly configurable series of fittings that utilises the best LED technology.
Designed in empathy with traditional Japanese woodwork, the Hiroshima Armchair from Maruni is a compelling addition to the home or commercial space
The Filigrana Pendant Light by Sebastian Wrong is a celebration of craftsmanship with a modern expression
The Lampe Gras No.205's archetypal aesthetic and strong functionality make for a 1920s design that was truly ahead of its time