ResoNet Pavilion is commissioned by Sinan Mansions in Shanghai for the celebration of Chinese New Year 2017. It consists of a temporary pavilion plus an interactive LED light 'resonet' attached in the inner surface. It employs Low-Fi techniques to visualise the resonance frequencies inherent in the natural environment, via the interaction of the public and surrounding elements detected by a LED net. The Pavilion illuminates the public realm in response to vibration stimuli. Apart from visitors can come to make Spring Festival wishes, it can be also used as a performance stage.
Fabiana and Roberto's designs are inspired by nature as a source of raw materials ready to be up cycled and reshaped to fit unexpected new purposes, the slight imperfections inherent in any material harvested from the nature just empower and transform it in a unique way. For The Pod, one of the object in The Tree Of Life collection, the duo draw inspiration by the mighty Baobab tree, symbol of life and prosperity growing in 32 countries across the African continent and at the hearth of many stories and traditions.
Playing with people’s inherent desire for order and balance are the types of human condition that 15° is trying to explore. The form moves away from a two-dimensional graphic to a sculptural, and pleasing form. My inspiration comes from asymmetry. The asymmetry is not just defined by its physical presence. Therefore the essence of asymmetry could be balanced. The balanced form also creates asymmetry. It is the condensation of stories of the encounter with the place.
With a land area of 700 mu, this hotel group, one of the best mountain rain forest resort hotel in the world, is composed of three high-end holiday hotels. Combined with Dai nationality culture, lighting design creates the night in warm, sweet, delicate and artistic atmosphere, which comprehensively expressed the unique Dai nationality culture to the world.
Mini Hatter (RA-501R) is a built-in lamp which can be used both as a downlight and as a spotlight. Its operation is intuitive: when pulled out of the recess, it can swing 90 degrees upside down and rotate 355 degrees as a spotlight; when stay parallel, it's a downlight. The lamp is available with various beam angles and suitable for a focused illumination in retail, museums and household spaces. The LED achieves a particularly good color rendering and supports a pleasant visual comfort.
The Tile Lighting Concept is born from a Portuguese traditional element, the tile. Inspired by an 19th century tile facade building with bidimensional circular graphics, gave rise to a tridimensional interpretation of anthropomorphic character, through a smooth spherical surface. Tower, Horizon and Level models are designed as interior lighting elements, in vertical position, suspension or fixed to the wall. Inside, the latest led technology equiped with dimmer and optional control via Bluetooth, allows a strict control of the light source making possible to adapt to any environment.