Home / The Village Blog

The Village Blog

26 April 2018 Permalink

David Village Lighting


Lee Broom


The latest releases from Lee Broom


It’s that time of year again for the annual pilgrimage to the Milan Salone Del Mobile to see the latest in Lighting and Furniture design.


David Village Lighting always visits the show to ensure we have the best products available for our customers to choose from.


It’s an extremely busy and hot occasion, along with many showroom events in the city, and this year seemed the busiest to date.


It was great to see so many people interested in well designed products.


Lee Broom is one of the up and coming brands which we feel is both exciting and current so it is with pleasure that we present two of their new collections launched in Milan, which are now available from David Village Lighting.


The new collections are inspired by vertical and horizontal spaces, spherical forms and the refraction and reflection of light.


Lee Broom


The Eclipse range includes a pendant, a chandelier, a table lamp and a surface light.


The simple design features a mirror-polished chrome disc and an acrylic disc which interact creating a mirroring illusion. The Eclipse range works well when placed on its own or featured together.


Click here to view the Eclipse range!


Lee Broom


The Orion range includes two pendant styles; one with the LED inside the tube and one with the LED inside the Globe. These connect and expand horizontally and vertically to create bespoke features, perfect for creating a statement.


Click here to view the Orion range!


Click here to view the Lee Broom collection!


David Village Lighting


Visit us on our social sites to keep up to date on new products and what's on trend! You can find us on FacebookTwitterInstagramPinterest and now Polyvore!

Tags: Chandelier, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Eclipse, Interior Design, LED Technology, Lee Broom, New In, Orion, Pendant, Surface, Table

Share this:

16 August 2017 Permalink

David Village Lighting


Luceplan


Product Focus – Luceplan Hope


Released in 2009 the Luceplan Hope is a collection designed by Fancisco Gomez Paz and Paolo Rizzatto.  The collection includes a ceiling, suspension, floor and wall version each with an incredibly light and easy to assemble structure.  


Luceplan


The structure is polished stainless steel with transparent polocarbonate arms and thin polycarbonate Fresnel lenses which multiply the light, creating a pleasant, sparkling atmosphere.


Luceplan


The Suspension is a reinterpretation of a traditional chandelier with sophisticated modern technologies and contemporary materials. The other designs in the collection also have the same contemporary feel with the same reflective flat Fresnel lenses, a result of a brilliant design and manufacturing process.


Click here to view the Luceplan Hope collection!


Visit us on our social sites to keep up to date on new products and what's on trend! You can find us on FacebookTwitterInstagramPinterest and now Polyvore!


David Village Lighting

Tags: Chandelier, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Hope, Interior Design, Luceplan

Share this:

8 November 2016 Permalink

Moooi


Moooi Coppélia


We are excited to introduce to you Moooi’s latest release. Designed by Arihiro Miyake the the Coppélia chandelier is inspired by the ballet of the same name.


With a graceful sense of wonder, a beautiful mechanical doll appears to magically come to life in the famous ballet, Coppélia.


Moooi


In the performance the ballerina traces, with sinuous movements, a delicate after-image in the air, inspiring the fluid motion of Miyake’s design.


The graceful dance, staged by the crossed wire structure leads the spectator to dozens of glowing LED lights defining the glow of Miyake’s new interpretation of a classic chandelier.


Moooi


Designer Arihiro Miyake graduated from Kobe Design University, Japan in 1999 and further went on to complete his maters degree in furniture and spatial design at Aalto University, Finland in 2002. After he had worked at a few design studios in Helsinki and Milan, in 2004 he established his own design studio Studio Arihiro Miyake in Helsinki, Finland. There he worked internationally on diverse design projects from restaurants and exhibition architecture to furniture and lighting design.


Arihiro Miyake first worked with Moooi 6 years ago when he was asked to worked with them on a small table design. This time he wanted to create a design which forgot what regular lamps look like and create a unique design incorporating LED’s.


Moooi


Arihiro Miyake notes “Before we didn’t design the light source. But today we can design the source itself. Like this one”. The LED’s have been purpose made for the Coppélia design. Inside the lamp are the LED’s and then another layer called the light guide. This is so the lamp distributes light equally, as if you were to put the LED’s in only one point, the one spot will be brighter than the others.


As he completes the second collaboration between himself and Moooi, Arihiro Miyake praises them and their team saying “The engineering team at Moooi is fantastic. Moooi are always on the look out for young talent, collaborating with new people each year”.


To view the Moooi Coppélia online click here!


Visit us on our social sites to keep up to date on new products and what's on trend! You can find us on FacebookTwitterInstagramPinterest and now Polyvore!


David Village Lighting

Tags: Arihiro Miyake, Ballet, Chandelier, Coppélia, David Village Lighting, Interior Design, Lighting, Moooi

Share this:

Bocci 14 Series

3 October 2014 Permalink

The 14 series, was designed for Bocci by Omer Arbel. The 14 series challenges traditional chandelier design. Instead of a central sculptural object, the 14 series is an ambient chandelier, achieving its power through composition and clustering.Each glass pendant is handmade.When lit the small imperfections and bubbles in the glass produce a glow reminiscent of small candles floating within spheres of water.
The 14 series offers flexibility in both design and scale, starting from a single pendant and continuing through to 36 pendant chandeliers in a range of canopy shapes and sizes.

Tags: 14 Series, Bocci, Chandelier, Omar Arbel, Pendant

Share this: