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What’s new, Moormann?
What’s new, Moormann?
by Nancy Jehmlich | 30 de abril de 2008

Some things are so good that they require few words – as they can simply speak for themselves. On the occasion of the 2008 Salone del Mobile in Milan, Nils Holger Moormann published a thin broadsheet entitled “Il Giornale di Milano”, the title page of which boasted a brief interview between Moormann and an otherwise anonymous journalist.

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In the Nomadic Tent of Sherezade
In the Nomadic Tent of Sherezade
by Thomas Wagner | 24 de abril de 2008

Observations at the Milan Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2008

From delicately patterned plush of recent years to supernormal chair à la Francfort, from high-end cooking isle on a manor-house kitchen scale to cool pixeled sofa, and from soft carnation seat made of scraps of material to a bohemian-like golden background - in an age of hybrid diversity there is nothing which does not exist. And thus thousands of paths meander through the 2008 Milan Salone, none of them individual or even singular.

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A light view of things
A light view of things
by Thomas Wagner | 11 de abril de 2008

There is something magical bout the fact that slight pressure on a touchscreen enables you to illuminate a room, dim all the lights or even activate the mood lighting in the garden, too. Irrespective of whether we need this, or even want it, which is simply a moot point.

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A question of illumination - Light+Building 2008
A question of illumination - Light+Building 2008
by Claudia Beckmann | 10 de abril de 2008

Every other year it’s that time again: The gates to the Light+Building trade fair open up and there is, quite literally, light. Once again this year in Frankfurt the largest and most important light exhibition confirmed its pioneering role in a highly impressive manner.

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Foscarini at the Museum für Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt | 06. - 27.04.2008
Foscarini at the Museum für Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt | 06. - 27.04.2008
by Claudia Neumann | 2 de abril de 2008

On the occasion of Luminale, the lighting design company Foscarini, based in Marcon near Venice, introduces a world premiere of the new design concept "Tropico". It is designed by Giulio Iacchetti, one of the most successful and promising newcomers of the Italian design scene, recently awarded with the important design prize Compasso d´Oro.

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Ludwig Leuchten – dazzle-free flying objects
Ludwig Leuchten – dazzle-free flying objects
by Vera Siegmund | 1 de abril de 2008

A desk lamp needs first and foremost to be dazzle-free. To ensure this is the case, the "Flatlux SL II" standard lamp Ludwig Leuchten are presenting at the Light+Building 2008 uses a plastic pane with microstructured prisms. The luminosity is generated primarily via a secondary light source and coupled with a dust-protecting hood over the top of the lamp makes for great working light. The luminaire can be dimmed, has clean lines, and unobtrusive.

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Swarovski - Sparkling Grandeza
Swarovski - Sparkling Grandeza
by Vera Siegmund | 1 de abril de 2008

Swarovski has long since ceased to celebrate all its countless variants on light and crystal with glittering necklaces. Thus, the company has had internationally renowned designers re-interpret the classical crystal candelabras - the likes of Ron Arad, Ingo Maurer, Tom Dixon, Marcel Wanders and Karim Rashid have all been involved in the code name "Crystal Palace" project.

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Berker - Light by email!
Berker - Light by email!
by Vera Siegmund | 1 de abril de 2008

Giving profane installation and facilities systems technology a pleasant and impressive design is truly no easy undertaking. The special presentation by the highly-experienced Sauerland-based company Berker shows that this can best be proven using a real building: The setting has the stuff to easily be the most spectacular at this year's Light & Building.

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Zumtobel - Compose your light using Vivaldi
Zumtobel - Compose your light using Vivaldi
by Vera Siegmund | 1 de abril de 2008

Like plants, humans are attracted to light. Yet there are great differences in light. Each activity or mood calls for a quite particular light, for very special luminaires, and today technical lighting solutions are also expected to be as energy-efficient and eco-friendly as possible.

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Flos - The glory of a heavenly garden
Flos - The glory of a heavenly garden
by Vera Siegmund | 1 de abril de 2008

"Fantasma" was the name given in 1962 to one of the first luminaires produced by the newly-founded company of Flos. The name was chosen by the luminaire's designer Tobia Scarpa and likewise could have served as a motto for the entire product range made under the brand label, as for almost half a century now Flos has been highly imaginative in the luminaires is has produced.

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Merten - The pocket size home
Merten - The pocket size home
by Vera Siegmund | 1 de abril de 2008

Often it is small things, seemingly insignificant inadequacies that make our lives in the everyday microcosm of our own four walls difficult, and make a smooth sequence of actions harder. Thus we necessarily initially place the shopping bags on the floor while we search for the light switch next to the door frame. Or sit up with a sigh in bed when we notice that we have forgotten to turn off the light.

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Artemide - Hovering light stones
Artemide - Hovering light stones
by Vera Siegmund | 1 de abril de 2008

There are light sources which simply illuminate something; and there are luminaires which contribute to the illumination in multiple ways at once, be it by means of ingenious technology, the material used or a particular iconic quality. With Artemide, we strive to bear in mind all possible factors when it comes to a new luminaire or a lighting system.

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Fundstücke: Revolutionary and amoebas
Fundstücke: Revolutionary and amoebas
by Daniel von Bernstorff | 1 de abril de 2008

Recliners and over-ornamented seating - room installation and colorful weltanschauung: Almost 30 years after its first fiery appearance, Verner Panton’s Amoebe is experiencing a comeback. Verner Panton created his colorful Visiona installation at the Cologne Furniture Fair in 1970. The Amoebe Highback was part of it and is again increasing in significance today as a place of withdrawal: Vitra has again started production of the colorful chair.

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