Buoy

Outdoor lighting

Buoy

Buoy was designed with a wish to create a portable and durable outdoor luminaire, which at the same time would look attractive indoors. Buoy can be hung on the wall, placed in a garden, or fixed to a pole. It is designed to resist different conditions of use. The light switch of Buoy is located on its body, making it easy to switch on and off. It is possible to ‘dress’ up Buoy in handmade net, giving the lighting even more of a marine look. To have Buoy off from the ground, there is a version which comes with a stand with three adjustable heights.

Cranberry

The Cranberry chair-luminaire is a street furniture element which has the possibility to add an internal lighting. It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor usage. The materials and technologies used make it ideal for public spaces where vandal resistancy is a concern. Cranberry can be mounted directly to a foundation surface or alternatively on a rotational mount. The mount will enable the chair to rotate 360 degrees. Illumination is provided by internal LED lamps or floodlighting installed into the foundation. The chair can also equipped with a drainage system to avoid puddles from wash and rain water forming in the seating area.

The chair can be mounted on a hard surface or installed with threaded anchors and bolts onto a foundation. When installed on slide bearings, an independent intrasoil light source lights the rotating chair. When used as a terrace light, the cable connected to the light source is built in to the casing of the chair. The non-illuminated, non-drainage version, can be filled with sand or gravel in order to prevent displacement. Cranberry in darker colors (gray, black, etc.) cannot be ordered with an internal light.

Branch Chandelier

Branch Chandelier mimics the organic shape of a tree’s boughs by arranging aluminum tubes into a complex composition. Illuminated via dimmable LED elements, the fixture achieves modernity in natural form by juxtaposing strong linearity with seemingly random configurations. The dimming system allows one to choose suitable light-intensity to set the mood in a room. Power fittings and head controllers are located in the hanging knapsack. Each LED element can be manipulated, adding dynamism to an otherwise static form. The elements of the bough can be easily turned, and therefore it is hard to get the similar external-shape effect: every chandelier is unique as a non-recurring handiwork of the nature.

Branch Chandelier’s modular construction allows for up to 16 piece assemblies. Branch Chandelier represents functional rationality, which, in our opinion, is something that we comprehend in industrial aesthetics. As the world around us is in constant change, the luminaires must keep up and change with it. The chandelier, a formerly flamboyant luminaire, which demonstrated wealth, power, and festivity has evolved into a object that carries a modern message of recycling (aluminium), reduction (LED, DIM) and conservancy (branch), extolling functional rationality.

Birch Catkins

Birch Catkins Chandelier has a modular compile inspired by birch bough with catkins during the early spring. Its main parts are four branch types, which are used to combine several kinds of chandeliers. The luminaire has a light mathematical structure that is intended to support the idea of filling interiors with nature. Having two different types of light sources we are creating appropriate lighting conditions for the room. Down-headed lamps are covered with borosilicate test tubes, which are imitating catkins and give smooth and warm overall light. The other lamps are hidden in the up-headed cone funnels, which form light patterns on the ceiling and reflect down to light the room.

Elements of the chandelier are dimmable by groups. Combining the nodes and round-profiled tubes in the chandelier, we have got a sufficient number of different style birch compositions with the elements of light, that are creating impression of unique elements.

LW Chandelier

Lightweight Chandelier is an organic beast. Starting at the top, a randomized cluster of plugs waterfall into an organized system of directional lights. Each can be repositioned to illuminate space accordingly. Its technical solution has a strong influence on the appearance of the chandelier because when moving or even changing the angle of the lighting elements as cables move along, the appearance of the whole luminaire changes. The construction can have three levels of different sizes, which gives the possibility to create chandeliers with 8, 16, 24 and 32 lighting elements. As framing consists of gradual threaded rods, there are no limits when its needed to fit the chandelier to rooms with different ceiling heights – the design can be adjusted for spaces ranging from small to very large.