Impressions from the Light + Building 2018
by Fabian Peters | 3/23/2018
You didn't make it to Light + Building 2018? Never mind! Stylepark gives you an impression of the fair on your monitor.
The Stone Designs studio in Madrid has designed a new collection of decorative lamps for B.lux, the manufacturer of decorative designer lamps. This collection, inspired by traditional Japanese Akari lamps, and bearing the Misko name, is a reinterpretation that stands out for its pure and clean concept, mirroring its Japanese counterparts.
B.lux’s Misko collection consists of three table lamps, three floor lamps and a suspension system. They are all built around a wooden disc housing the light source and supporting a blown-glass diffuser with a white finish that simulates the texture of the rice paper used to manufacture Akari lamps. The glass diffuser is available in three different formats. In the suspension and floor versions, the Misko lamps allow combining up to three of these diffusers in the same unit, thus turning this new B.lux collection into a lighting system that can be adapted to the volume available in a space.