We are proud to announce that Lucciola, our light interpretation for Natevo (by Flou) has finished the sponsorship phase. Thanks to the presence at the Salone del Mobile Lucciola got positive feedbacks from press and clients and enough backers to cover the sponsorship.
You can buy Lucciola right away at the Natevo Store!
Siamo orgogliosi di annunciare che Lucciola, la nostra interpretazione luminosa per Natevo (by Flou) ha terminato la fase di sponsorizzazione. Grazie alla presenza al Salone del Mobile Lucciola ha ottenuto feedback positivi sia dalla stampa che da clienti e sostenitori sufficienti per coprire la sponsorizzazione.
Puoi acquistare Lucciola direttamente sul Natevo Store!
British light artist Bruce Munro has announced his second-ever U.S. show.
He will return to exhibit “Light,” a collection of 10 large-scale outdoor lighting installations coupled with indoor sculptures at the Cheekwood Botanical Garden in Nashville, Tennessee.
Toronto-based interdisciplinary design Studio O/I has created an organic plantable light fixture that combines mathematical rational.
‘Babylon’ is individually formed out of aluminum, where three separate radii create the curvature of the suspended garden.
After several months of development, Babylon is now available for purchase.
During the darkest time of the year, a vibrant festival of light and water enlivens Amsterdam. Comprised of spectacular light sculptures, LED decorations on bridges, fiery boat parades and huge projections on public buildings, the festival brings together people in the often idyllic historic capital. Amsterdam’s Light Festival is an initiative of Henk Jan Buchel, Vincent Horbach and Felix Guttmann together with Rogier van der Heiden—chief designer at Philips Lighting – this brilliant street party has a strong focus on innovation, design and sustainable lighting.
With plenty of brilliant works from both Dutch and international artists, the forty-four day-long Light Festival offers a great excuse to visit the charming Dutch city. One of the event’s main features is a beautiful 230-foot aerial sculpture suspended on the Amstel River, by Janet Echelman that maps the height of a tsunami wave.
One of the event’s main features is a beautiful 230-foot aerial sculpture suspended on the Amstel River, by Janet Echelman which maps the height of a tsunami wave.
Belgians Odeaubois and ACT Lighting design presented OVO, a multi-sensory installation shaped like an egg, suspended on water pool and liit by colored LED lights.
Another piece on show was a bridge made from repurposed old bikes—items easily found in the Dutch capital.
The InterContinental Amsterdam Amstel Hotel also took part in the fantastic winter wonderland event, featuring playful shadows and lights projections on its intricate façade ovelooking the Amstel River.
An explosion of light, color and high-tech sustainable innovation around the city, the Amsterdam Light Festival ran until January 20th.
Presevo, Serbia based photographer Adrian Limani creates images of miniature worlds inside of light bulbs. A tree. A young chick. The Statue of Liberty. Combining two or three photographs, Limani makes these objects appear to be encapsulated inside the transparent bulb.
The artist told the UK MailOnline, “I just took some shots of light bulbs, without any effects, just straight shots with the camera. Then I suddenly discovered that I really liked that kind of form. I will continue with the bulb ideas because I like being unique. To make a really great image it’s not easy, because you need to have a lot of ideas, a lot of imagination and it’s better to be an unique style of work that you share. My ideas or inspiration usually came from the music, movies, books, and the situation that I live every day… Always when I finish one of my works, I do two or three different versions of colours and I choose which one is better.“