Today we’ve gathered 14 shining favorites from last week’s Paris festivities. From the cute to the quirky, the striking to the gorgeous, I hope you like the picks.
Above – The new limited edition Newton Suspension Lamp by Boca Do Lobo.
Designed by Neri&hu for De La Espada, the Lattice pendant lamp will be available by Spring 2014.
These rechargeable beauties were designed by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance for the Prague based company Gia & Gino. Each of the five pieces in the Fusion collection is made of hand blown, gradient glass imbued with bubbles.
The new Big Steel Drop lamp was designed by by e27 Berlin for the German company, Pulpo.
Lampe Lena is the work of French designer Alexandre Reignier. Inspired by the portable lanterns of old, these leather wrapped cuties are rechargeable and capable of shining for up to 8 hours at a time.
Hot off the presses from Alessandro Zambelli for the 3D printing specialists at Exnovo – the Afillia lighting collection combines handcrafted Swiss pine with a 3D sintered diffuser. The uniquely porous ‘shade’ creates an endless array of optical illusions as light, motion, and form interact. The line includes three pendants and three table lamp options.
Inspired by the growth of living organisms, the 3D printed shade of the Biophilia Hanging lamp was designed by Lanzavecchia + Wai so as to appear as if sprouting from the light source. Available through Exnovo.
Taking inspiration from vintage maritime lanterns, the Copenhagen Pendant strikes a fascinating balance between past and present. Designed by Space Copenhagen for &Tradition.
Office is a new lamp prototype by Studio Brichet Ziegler.
Verner Panton’s iconic 1968 FlowerPot has a whole new look for 2014, with a lacquer copper finish.
The Parachute Suspension lamp by Nathan Yong for Ligne Roset is composed of a series of wire cones which may be arranged to create a variety of lamp forms.
Designed by Arik Levy for the Czech company Lasvit, the Jar RGB pendants are comprised of a series of transparent colored glass shades which surround a single central light source. Stay tuned for our final wrap up of Maison Objet 2014 early next week!