Lovers of design objects signed know very well that to possess them, you need to shell out a good amount. A great opportunity for those who wish to start a nice collection without spending a lot is the line of fixtures released by Tok & Stok for the year 2015.
With the goal of uniting aesthetics, functionality and the vision of those who understand the subject, the brand has invited a team of professionals and specialized studios fancy in creating such artifacts to give rise to the collection Signed Lamps, 2015with creative products, clean design and contemporary solutions.
Bruno Faucz, Carlos Strong, Carolina Armellini and Paulo Biacchi (Fetish), Maneco Quinderé, Ricardo Heder, Mariana Betting Ferrarezi and Roberto Hercowitz (Em2), andhad complete freedom to design Nódesign his pieces. With inspiration in architecture and scenography universes, each one of them brings, with fun, sophistication and functionality, the DNA of its creators.
Bruno Faucz–Vine and Twiggy Line Fixture
The designer of Santa Catarina has merged functionality, minimalism and fun in their creations. The first of these, vine, is a hybrid of lamp and shelf. With holes in the end, accommodates a pendant with colored electrical wire. The Twiggy line already brings two pieces – a lamp and a side table–that mix metal and wood with straight lines and rounded.
Carlos Strong–Line Muxarabi
Combining aesthetics, functionality, and economics to the inspiration in traditional lattice Windows and balconies of the Arabic architecture, the designer has created two pendants that cast on the walls beautiful effects of light and shadow. In the colors black and white, use overlapping wooden blades clipped the laser to create magic plots.
Em2–Carry On Fixture Design
The luminaire Carry On, creating the Studio formed by Roberto Hercowitz and Mariana Betting Ferrarezi, makes a fun reimagining of the classic industrial pendants. The steel structure around the lamp simulates the position of a light beam and can be hung on the wall or on a table.
Fetish Design-Lighthouse and Spotlight Fixtures
The Studio of Paul Biacchi and Carolina Armellini embraced nautical references and vintage and joined the lightness of aluminium quality acrylic to create the lighthouse and the desk lamp Spotlight. With simple shapes and colors of the universe navy–blue, red and white – the pieces recreate objects used by sailors.
Maneco Quinderé–Grampho Line
The lighting designer of the Piauí used your experience as a set designer to create the floor lamps and ceiling of the line. Retro accents, the pieces bring inspiration into a Gramophone that Quinderé had at home. The highlight is the amber LED they have at the top of the dome, which throws a dramatic focus of light in the environment.
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