A stunning electronic doll unexpectedly comes to life on the famous ballet of Coppelia. It is a dazzling light and fluid movement that breathe into the air. In action, the ballerina traces a delicate image in the air with sinuous motions, which inspires the fluid motion in the Coppélia Suspended Lamp concept of Miyake’s. Graceful dance, performed through three-dimensional crosswire structures, leads the audience to hundreds of brilliant LEDs that characterize the contour and the Miyakea’s mystical lustre.
Designed by Marcel Wanders, the Hubble Bubble Light by Moooi takes you back to the freedom of blowing bubbles and running barefoot in the open air. The glass bubbles are available in oil-iridescent and frosted versions and the Hubble Bubble can be hung both horizontally and vertically. Powered through a technique of coating conductive layers, very thin and delicate, called electro-sandwiching, enables the LEDs to draw low-voltage current from the frame. This design would not be possible with normal wires.
Anyone who looks at the Meshmatics Chandelier will never think about what is concealed behind his elegant look. By designing a computer and a set of instruments to accurately model it, Rick Tegelaar increased the complexity of humble wire networks. Inside three layers of elegance the full potential of this thin and flexible material is extended and captured.
Moooi has captured the beauty and character of burned wood, finishing each chair with fire. Maarten Baas has created the unique sensation of sitting on burnt furniture. “Just like the Phoenix, the Smoke objects are reborn from their ashes, gaining new vitality and beauty in a very unusual way.”
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