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Pitsou Kedem | A House by the Sea, 2015

Pitsou Kedem | A House by the Sea, 2015

axelrod-architects

axelrod-architects

Gallery of Aperture House / Stu/D/O - 5

Gallery of Aperture House / Stu/D/O - 5

Tube: Skillfully milled from a single piece of Carrara marble and finished at each end with bands of brushed brass, contains a strip of LED bulbs. Unique veins of each piece of marble mean no two lights are exactly the same. A handcrafted twist on the traditional fluorescent tubelight.

Tube: Skillfully milled from a single piece of Carrara marble and finished at each end with bands of brushed brass, contains a strip of LED bulbs. Unique veins of each piece of marble mean no two lights are exactly the same. A handcrafted twist on the traditional fluorescent tubelight.

Michael Anastassiades linear brass lighting collection — Casas Lautes

Michael Anastassiades linear brass lighting collection — Casas Lautes

Hanging light fixture / LED / fluorescent / tubular - TUBE - Buck d.o.o.

Hanging light fixture / LED / fluorescent / tubular - TUBE - Buck d.o.o.

Michael Anastassiades :: CFL light

Michael Anastassiades :: CFL light

bespoke chandelier, consists of 13 corian tubes hung a various lengths to break the staircase geometry.

bespoke chandelier, consists of 13 corian tubes hung a various lengths to break the staircase geometry.

#lighting chandelier, pendant lighting, floor lamp, table lamp #decor false ceiling lighting, wall sconces, backlit panels, task lighting, led lighting

#lighting chandelier, pendant lighting, floor lamp, table lamp #decor false ceiling lighting, wall sconces, backlit panels, task lighting, led lighting

A light installation called Light Showers has been installed in Salisbury Cathedral by artist Bruce Munro. It took five days to complete with two thousand teardrop diffusers, each set at the end of a fibre optic thread, cascading down from the spire. The lights will be officially turned on for the public on November 29th, and will remain in place until January 2011

A light installation called Light Showers has been installed in Salisbury Cathedral by artist Bruce Munro. It took five days to complete with two thousand teardrop diffusers, each set at the end of a fibre optic thread, cascading down from the spire. The lights will be officially turned on for the public on November 29th, and will remain in place until January 2011