Rock, Paper, Circuits: Pulplites Lamps
- Essentially the West Coast equivalent of ICFF in New York, but with less hype and austerity, Dwell On Design is an exciting time for Los Angeles.
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The Dear Ingo challenges preconceptions about everyday objects. Composed from 16 individual task lamps, the whole creates a dynamic chandelier. The spots can be directed, and the shape of the chandelier can be changed. Created in homage to the famed German lighting designer, Dear Ingo is now part of the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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The art of origami is well-suited to small sheets of paper, sure, but Spanish creative duo Cutu Mazuelos and Eva Prego of Stone Designs took the traditional folds to a single sheet of aluminum to create a simple lamp: a triangle up top supports the bulb, while the angled base allows for ever-so-slight movement.
- Not a weekend goes by this time of year without a design show. Last year we reported from the Montreal International Interior Design Show. This week the action's in Atlanta for Design is Human.