Most wanted of 2018.
At David Village Lighting we love to see what trends are forming and how it influences our customer’s purchases. Looking back through 2018, we can see clear favourites from our brands' collections. We thought you might be interested in finding out the most desirable designs from the past year.
Flos 2097 suspension:
Designed by Gino Sarfatti for Flos, in 1958.
Inspired by traditional chandeliers comprising of a central structure with multiple arms, Sarfatti applied his modern thinking to create the ever-popular 2097. The exposed electrical cables give an industrial feel. Combined with a polished chrome or brass finish, the overall effect is contemporary and stylish.
Kartell Masters Chairs:
Designed by Philippe Stark with Eugeni Quitllet for Kartell, in 2010.
Three design icons were re-imagined and re-interpreted by the creative mind of Stark to create one truly unique ‘Masters’ chair. This design pays tribute to the Series 7 chair by Arne Jacobsen, Tulip Armchair by Eero Saarinen and the Eiffel chair by Charles Eames.
Designed by Michele de Lucchi for Artemide, in 1999.
A stunning piece of Italian design and craftsmanship by the iconic De Lucchi, a stylish but highly versatile lighting feature. The acid etched blown glass emits a soft diffused glow, available in 4 sizes allows for cluster installations or simple but effective illumination.
Anglepoise Original 1227 Mini wall light:
An extension to the Anglepoise Original 1227 family released in 2015.
Originally created by George Carwardine in 1935, the mini collection has been scaled down by a third. The Mini range has seen such popularity through its versatility, subtle and stylish aesthetic. The Mini wall light, in particular, has been a best seller since its release offering task lighting but with a playful twist.
We look forward to seeing what 2019 holds, a range of new creative designs from existing brands and new collections to be discovered.