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Manufacturer: Belux

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Effortless moments of magic

by Daniel von Bernstorff

Effortless moments of magic
This year’s Designers’ Saturday held in the Swiss town of Langenthal certainly confirmed the trade fair’s standing as one of the finest and most creative design events in the world.

Architecture | Hospitality

Nobis Hotel Stockholm

Nobis Hotel Stockholm
The architects and designers at Claesson Koivisto Rune in Stockholm designed the interior of the Nobis Hotel in Stockholm.
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Let there be energy-saving light

by Nancy Jehmlich

Let there be energy-saving light
Two luminaires. The one soft in terms of material properties, yet cubic and linear as regards the design. The other by contrast with a delicate design but made of firm materials. One by One and Disk by Belux.

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Fundstücke: Light and semantics in the work of Hannes Wettstein

by Sandra Hofmeister

Fundstücke: Light and semantics in the work of Hannes Wettstein
Living light can be felt and experienced in various ways - as brightness and darkness, as concentrated rays or as reflections on a wall. Swiss designer Hannes Wettstein speaks in this context of "light semantics". And it was the key factor determining his design for the Scope family of luminaires.
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News & Stories | Orgatec 2012

Forecasting offices

by Thomas Edelmann

Forecasting offices
On the silver screen and at Orgatec, office environments are depicted as having a life of their own. What kind of image of reality do they convey? A rummage through the film archives and walkabout in the trade fair halls.
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News & Stories | Light+Building 2012

Light is just light

Light is just light
What is the difference between light and lighting? With “Verto”, Naoto Fukasawa has designed a luminaire for Belux that is based upon the principle of reflection. Nina Reetzke met the Japanese designer for a chat.

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The hidden beauty in the loop

by Markus Frenzl

The hidden beauty in the loop
The light bulb was once perceived as too bright by many. Today, the purportedly unseemly compact fluorescent lamp tends likewise to be hidden beneath most luminaire designs. With "Koi", Naoto Fukasawa has been the first designer to create an office luminaire series that emphasizes the unpopular lamp's intrinsic and aesthetic beauty.

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Joyful feelings awaken on arriving in the countryside

by Thomas Wagner

Joyful feelings awaken on arriving in the countryside
The 12th Designers' Saturday in Langenthal - Suddenly you enjoy being in the factory on Saturday. But only because on Designers' Saturday tables, chairs, wallpaper, floor coverings, fittings, carpets, luminaires and much else besides enters the local design industry's workshops. The result: a festival for the design community, which presents the things embedded in the culture of how they are made.