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19 November 2018 Permalink

New in by Luceplan at David Village Lighting.


Luceplan has released brand new collections for 2018, as always stretching the boundaries of modern design and creative functionality.  The themes of these new designs are timeless traditional pieces which are highly versatile, customisable and easily integrated into any contemporary space.


Soon to be a design classic, this timeless blown glass collection will complete any contemporary home.



Designed by David Dolchini, Lita is an elegant simple design, and with it being available in wall, pendant, ceiling and table versions, there is something for everyone in this collection. This design is highly versatile, making it easy to incorporate into a wide variety of modern spaces. With the diffuser being created from opaline blown glass and with the structure available in wooden or painted aluminium designs, this makes the Lita a timeless and memorable character.


A brand new design from Luceplan, the Farel has a minimalist feel with an industrial twist.



For the first time, Luceplan has introduced an iconic dome structure in the form of Farel. Designed by Diego Sferrazza, the Farel is created using sound-absorbing thermoformed material and outer fabric cladding, resulting in a robust, vintage style. With a variety of finishes, both internally and externally, this unique architectural structure can be customised to integrate into any room.


A new addition to the Compendium collection, the circle pendant emits harmony and diffused light for an eye-catching effect




Adding to their existing popular Compendium family, Luceplan have created the stylish, unique circle pendant. From the mind of Dabiel Rybakken, this geometric design exhibits poetic nature and harmony. Powered by LED’s, this pendant light emits direct emissions when angled downwards or diffused light when installed upwards, creating a highly customisable effect. This eye-catching piece is available in 3 variations of sizes, allowing you to create your own bespoke lighting design.


 


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Tags: Compendium Circle, Compendium Collection, Dabiel Rybakken, David Dolchini, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Diego Sferrazza, Farel, Lita, Luceplan, New in

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10 August 2018 Permalink

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Porta Romana


This year Porta Romana is celebrating its 30th anniversary since starting life in 1988.  From the beginning their ambition has been to create beautiful and inspiring pieces that would be loved.


Porta Romana has evolved over the past three decades and they have become a leading global brand.


David Village Lighting has enjoyed working with Porta Romana for the last decade and seeing their beautifully unique styles and designs.


To celebrate their anniversary they have released a selection of new products and finishes and below are our favourites now available to order.


Porta Romana


Trinket Table


Fusing exquisite honeycombed glass with a brass accent, light reflects from each facet of this petite glass sphere table lamp.


Porta Romana


Mini Orbit Wall


Mini Orbit Wall Light mirrors the contemporary character of the Orbit collection. A mould blown, milk glass sphere, luminous when lit, sits within a sophisticated gold frame work.


Porta Romana


Large Weave Ceiling


A delicate interwoven lattice of metal work sets this ceiling mount apart from any other. Perfect for hallways and low ceilings Weave emits a sophisticated glow of light through a frosted perspex diffuser.


Click here to view the whole Porta Romana collection!


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Tags: Anniversary 30th, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Interior Design, Lighting, New in, Porta Romana

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27 July 2018 Permalink

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Prandina


New in from Prandina


Prandina, founded in 1982 focus mainly on the use of blown glass and creating lights which are always different and innovative.


David Village Lighting, founded in 1981 loves working with Prandina as they create beautiful glass pieces which stand out elegantly in a room. The quality of the Italian hand made glass is second to none.


Here we introduce the first phase of three which sees new and exciting families added to Prandina’s collection.


They have explored new ideas for the use of blown glass and creation of products with a timeless design; they have also investigated the study of new and alternative materials. 


Prandina


The Santachiara Table is an addition the existing collection with an ash wood base and diffuser in opal white blown glass which gives out a diffused light.


Click here to view the Santachiara Table!


Prandina


The Gong Wall is a beautiful addition to the Gong family which has many variations.


Engraved blown glass, available in white, gold leaf or with silver, copper or black transmirror metallic finishes. The Metallic structure is available in white, heritage brass or chrome.


Click here to view the Gong Wall!


Prandina


The new Moonlight Wall is a beautiful new design by Filippo Protasoni. Made from Bassanese ceramic the wall light gives out a soft indirect light.


Click here to view the Moonlight Wall!


Prandina


There is not one but two new additions the Notte family. Floor and table versions have been added creating a collection which works beautifully when placed together in a room. The diffuser is opal white blown glass and is available with either a white or heritage brass metal structure.


Click here to view the Notte collection!


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Tags: David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Gong, Interior Design, Moonlight, New in, Notte, Prandina, Santachiara

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16 May 2018 Permalink

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Vibia


New Vibia Collections


Last month we told you all about the new Vibia Guise collection and we are thrilled to share that it is now available along with 2 other brand new families and an addition to the North family.


We have been working with Vibia for many years and in that time we have seen the most beautiful design pieces released by them.


The 3 new collections are all families which all work well placed on their own or together in a space.


Guise


Vibia


The new Guise collection includes two wall versions and both horizontal and vertical pendants. The versatility of the collection allows for it to be placed over a dinning table, in a sitting room, used as office lighting and areas where a cluster of lights is needed. Designer Stefan Diez worked with Vibia to develop a collection which explored the ability of glass. The collection joins together technique and tradition with the latest technology.


Vibia


Guise uncovers a new potential for LED technology with the light source invisible, emanating directly from the material. When off its transparency makes it almost disappear and when on it gives a fluid, luminous presence.


Click here to view the Guise collection!


Musa


The new Musa family is designed by Note Design Studio based in Sweden. The Musa design is one of organic qualities and function. The delicate and elegantly designed collection includes a table, a wall and a portable version. 


Vibia


The simple design creates a hint of light emitted by the small hand blown opal glass sphere which expands over the space which surrounds it.


The portable version has its own battery which can last up to 18 hours and has a push dimmer on the base making it perfect for adding a glow to a summer evening.


Click here to view the Musa collection!


Palma


Desginer Antoni Arola considers Palma as if it were a landscape project that will be transformed over time. The inspiration was to create ambience within an interior setting with a luminous hanging garden.


Vibia


The design introduces planting which is normally associated with the outdoors to an indoor setting. The collection includes a range of pendant and wall versions both with horizontal and vertical designs. In the family there are versions which have both the blown opal glass globe and the pot for a hanging plant and ones which have just the individual glass globe.


Palma has a warm dimmable integrated LED filleted by the 2 half glass spheres which are joined together by an aluminium ring in either graphite or white.


Click here to view the Palma collection!


North


The new addition to the North collection is a floor lamp which is suspended from the ceiling using an almost invisible steel cable. The light has a counterweight placed on the ground which guides the electrical cable and allows the stem and shade to be placed wherever required.


Vibia


The North family is an Arik Levy design and is elegant, varied and very adaptable. The new version adds to the family a floor light that luminously covers but does not invade the surrounding space.


Click here to view the North collection!


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Tags: David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Guise, Interior Design, Lighting, Musa, New in, North, Palma, Vibia

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7 November 2017 Permalink

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Wastberg


New from Wastberg – w171 Alma


The w171 Alma collection designed by Tham & Videgård includes a suspension, wall and ceiling.


Alma suspension can be hung freely above a table or in a large room with multiple others creating a floating point of light.


Wastberg


The light image of the concentric circles can be varied depending on the choice of light source. The soft shapes create a pleasant atmosphere and in daylight the satin matte finish create a beautiful statement.


With its slim silhouette, w171 alma can also be mounted directly onto the ceiling or wall.


The w171 Alma lamp was originally developed for a brand new co-working facility project in Stockholm, called Alma. Tham & Videgård was entrusted with refurbishing the five floors, and with developing the light sources of the building together with Wästberg.


Click here to view the w171 Alma!


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Tags: Alma, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Interior Design, New in, Suspension, Tham & Videgård, Wastberg, Wästberg

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8 September 2017 Permalink

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Foscarini


New in from Foscarini


Satellight


Foscarini


The new collection Satellight by Foscarini is designed by Eugeni Quitllet, a graduate from Llotja ArtSchool in Barcelona. Satellight is a simple, immediately understandable object but at the same time it is original and profound in its poetic lightness, that goes straight to the heart. 


The diffuser is handcrafted milk white blown glass which is placed in a transparent blown glass body that like magic seems to support the core of the satellight, capturing its light.


When on thanks to a dimmable LED source it gives a warm, soft and gentle light adding precious reflections to the shiny transparent glass of the enclosure. The collection includes a suspension and table version which are both available online now.


Click here to view the Satellight collection!


Filo


Foscarini 


The new Filo table design by Andrea Anastasio comes from the desire to display the individual parts that go into a lamp; the light source, decoration and electrical wiring. The character of the lamp is the result of using decoration to play a fundamental role, incorporating elements that are not traditionally considered decorative. The wire which allows the lamp to perform its purpose runs along through the cord, spheres and bulbs of glass which transform the design into the archetype of a necklace.


The table lamps has a wide range of colour options from watercolour tones to the transparent hues of Murano glass, bright colours with ethnic colours to the fluorescent tones of contemporary cityscapes, making it a light fitting in a wide range of settings.


Click here to view the Filo table lamp!


Arumi


Foscarini


Arumi, designed by Lecidi e Pevere reflects Foscarini’s ability to transform an industrial object made in die-cast aluminium alloy, into a finely crafted artefact. Handcrafted, the irregular finish of all the outer surfaces and the three reliefs bring rhythm to the piece. The pendant is a precious elegant pendant and beautiful either on or off. When on the luminous part has been designed to be gentle on eye of the observer and soft in its light emission to enhance the elegance of the polished interior.


The LED light source is shielded from view as placed inside a very pure transparent cylinder specifically designed to project the beam onto the polished inner walls and projects the light downwards. Arumi can be used on its own, in cluster or in linear compositions with the Foscarini multiple ceiling plate.


Click here to view the Arumi pendant!


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Tags: Arumi, David Village Lighting, designer lighting, Filo, Foscarini, Interior design, New in, Satellight

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22 March 2017 Permalink

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Secto


Featured – New Secto Design Teelo Table


Secto


The latest release from Secto Design is the beautifully simple yet stylish table lamp Teelo, which is designed by award-winning designer Seppo Koho.


The refined table lamp brings additional sculptural tone to Secto’s lighting collection and highlights the beauty of wood in design. The eye for detail is noted in the joints of the table lamp which gives a sophisticated finish to this timeless design.


Secto


Handmade of PEFC certified formpressed birch in Finland by highly skilled craftsmen, the wood provides a soft luminosity creating a beautiful atmosphere in any room.


With clear lines the Teelo is designed to never blind the viewer but to offer a soothing lighting experience.


Click here to view the Secto Teelo Table!


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Tags: David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Interior Design, New in, Secto, Secto Design, Table, Teelo

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8 March 2017 Permalink

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Zero


New in from Zero


Plane


Zero


The new Plane collection from zero includes a floor and two suspension versions.


Transparency, sharpness and simplicity characterises the Plane design with is being made of thin metal wires shaped into a crown.


The collections light source is from a flat light which when turned off is completely transparent. The light spreads a pleasant light half-up and half-down which results in an even illumination, excellent for both residential and commercial environments.


Click here to view the Plane collection!


White


Zero


The new White design by Zero represents light, transparency and accessibility.


The slighting flattened and crinkled sphere paper-like material shade gives vitality and creates a pleasant and even illumination. White is available in three sizes either 280mm, 500mm or 700mm diameter and due to its anti-static surface, dust is avoided making it particularly suitable for public environments.  The Zero White suspension can be fitted with an E27 lamp or with a built in LED.


Click here to view the White Collection!


Mist


Zero


Released this year the new Zero Mist collection includes a ceiling and wall fixture and a suspension version. With Mist, Front design continues its design experimentation with light and shade, hand-blown glass and LED technology. The double globes diffuse the light evenly and the semi transparent outer glass globes providing depth and create an illusion of light glowing through a mist.


The suspension is available in three sizes and the Ceiling and wall version in two. The inner shade is available in opal white, yellow or pink with a built in LED module.


Click here to view the Mist collection or contact us for more details on pricing!


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Tags: David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Interior Design, Mist, New in, Plane, White, Zero

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