Lighting: Floor, Sconce, Table
Best of Year 2009 Winner: Haworth, LIM
Best of Year -- Interior Design, 12/1/2009 12:00:00 AM
Best of Year Winner, Lighting: Floor, Sconce, Table: Haworth — LIM
LIM is designed as a multi-purpose, multi-task LED lighting platform whose simple elemental structure can be reconfigured and applied to address multiple lighting requirements across a variety of applications within various markets to include: contract office, institutional, hospitality and residential.
Best of Year Merit Awards, Lighting: Floor, Sconce, Table
Boyd Lighting — Phantom Sconce
Water white glass side/front diffusers paired with a mirrored back panel and hidden LED lamp source creates a mystical lighting effect. LED down-light softly washes the wall below. Minimalist and clean, the Phantom’s precisely crafted solid brass frame is offered in four finishes. UL wet labeled with LED dimming available.
Chakib Richani Collection — “Petit” Wall Light
“Petit” Wall Light: Diam: 1130mm, H: 900mm. With its exceptional dimensions (lampshade 750 mm in height), is anything but that! Designed in reflective stainless steel, imposing piece plays on distorted reflection and subtle supported by a foldable axe detailing while keeping the typical truncated cone form for its shade.
Davide Groppi Srl — Palpebra
“Palpebra”, in English “Eyelid”, is a truncated cone slightly raised and miraculously balanced, which generates an emotional light all around it, that only archetypal forms can give us.
Marset Iluminacion — Ledtube
Ledtube is an orientable wall lamp which incorporates 3W 2700°K LED technology and a 24° lens that direct a sharp beam of light. It combines plan and cylindrical shapes made of injected aluminium and a front part made of transparent polycarbonate. Ledtube can be installed vertically or horizontally. It can be switched on or off by a simple gesture of opening/closing the wall lamp.
Shamir Shah Design — Table Lamp by Shamir Shah Design
SSD Furniture Collection: Table Lamp in solid American walnut with a natural linen shade, part of a small collection of furniture launched in early 2009.