Posts tagged "Light"
Pet

Pet

For those that would like the company of a pet, but cannot afford the time to look after one. Unlike other devices that use pre-programmed algorithms to create ‘natural’ spontaneity, the animal silhouette displayed reflects the movements of a real live pet, possibly in your neighbors home, or another continent entirely. Although a whimsical concept, the...
Flos: Wallpiercing Installation

Flos: Wallpiercing Installation

  Winner of the EDIDA (Elle Decoration International Design Awards) 2010/2011, and the Wallpaper Design Award 2010, then later nominated for the Brit Insurance Designs of the Year 2011, exhibited at the Design Museum in London. “The ring-shaped light offers a range of graphic and lighting effects when used alongside others. By linking multiple units together,...
AM/PM

AM/PM

Far too many high-technology creations have moved from real physical controls and products to ones that reside on computer screens, to be operated by touching the screen or manipulating a mouse. All the pleasure of manipulating a physical object is gone and, with it, a sense of control. Physical feel matters. We are, after all, biological...
Ron Gilad: Mirrors

Ron Gilad: Mirrors

A series of mirrors designed for Flos, presented at Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan during the 2010 fair. “The Untitled pieces in the Mirrors collection are the imaginary space between reality and its reflection. The city views embedded in the least visible layer of the mirror remain hidden when the lights are turned off,...
Ron Gilad: Wallpiercing

Ron Gilad: Wallpiercing

Presented alongside La Linea at Superstudio Più during Milan design week 2010.  
Ron Gilad: La Linea

Ron Gilad: La Linea

La Linea was showcased at the Flos presentation in Superstudio Più during Milan design week 2010. “The form of the light draws from its name which translates to ‘the line’ in italian. A single tubular piece of aluminium has been curved to mimic the outline of a sconce or candelabra, minimizing its form but still emitting quite...