Carlotta de Bevilacqua’s ‘Funivia’ lighting design shines with a mountaineering spirit

FUNIVIA by Carlotta de Bevilacqua for Artemide - Courtesy of ©Artemide.

Artemide launches FUNIVIA, a scalable and flexible lighting design inspired by cable cars. Energy runs through cables that can be arranged both vertically and horizontally, crisscrossing each others. Light sources hang from the cables allowing to create infinite lighting solutions going far beyond the limits dictated by the rigidity of systems.

10 office space dividers to safely team up in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic

ROOM DIVIDERS by Dutch Invertuals - Photo bt Ronald Smits

10 space dividers to create post-COVID-19 flexible office spaces from paper softwalls unfolding like accordions to hued glass panels creating see-through geometries of light and Lapland villages-inspired working pods.

Euroluce 2019: fasten your belt, the ultimate lighting design trend is all about flexibility

POLE by Philippe Malouin for Roll & Hill - Photo via IG, follow @rollandhill

Who said that lighting design should come in the shape of a hard object? At Euroluce 2019 innovative solutions snake on walls like electronic circuits, arch over furniture and stretch from floor to ceiling.

Light+Building 2018: nature-driven and human-centric lighting design innovation

Flos stand at Light+Building 2018 - Photo by C41 Studio.

Broadband Internet connection through light waves, urban lighting designs allowing Nature to recharge its batteries and Internet of Lighting technology nested in brutalist secret gardens… The best of Light+Building 2018 is on Archipanic.