Table lamp with diffused light, steel base, internal structure in painted metal, diffuser made by 30 superimposed elements in white opal methacrylate.
Designed by Elio Martinelli in 1999 is part of a series of various types of lamps: pendant, table and floor. In some versions we also used to light commercial spaces and mueseums. The design inspiration comes from the willing of reproduce the lightness of a cloud in internal ambience, where the lgiht is filtered in a play of light and shadows created by superposition of the elements and where the dream finds its origin and its space to appear and again to disappear.
1×15 E27 LED
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Lighting Void. The light blade comes from the concrete. When it’s off, it disappears. No artifice, just a cut in the concrete with brutal and magic inspiration: Actually a technical prodigy, directly casted into the concrete, the product of a sophisticated and invisible genius to fuse architecture and light in a natural way. Marc Sadler
Our main business are switch frames made of stone. For THE product we invented, every known stone on this planet could be used, theoretically. Every sort of stone has it’s own characteristics and behaviour on different processing. So not every stone can be used for everything. Because of the huge variety of colours, our stone frames will fit into any home. Ideally identical with already used stone in the kitchen or on the floor. Our main customers ordering their frames between 3mm and 6mm thickness. The Subframes, switches or plugs are avaible in 3 different colors: white, silver and black. Both either in gloss or satin finish.
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The range Inox-Line honors the work of metals. The association of soft and hard brushings with delicate mirror polishing emphasize the purity of the lines and used materials.
The diverse metallic treatments give to our pieces their warm or cold tones, depends of the process.
Inox-Line will seduce you by their sobriety
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Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), in collaboration with landscape architects Grant Associates, has been selected as the unanimous winner of the International Urban Design Ideas Competition for the Financial District and Marina District of the Port City Colombo, Sri Lanka. An extension of the existingColombo Central Business District (CBD), the new Port City district will comprise a whopping 269 hectares of development, transforming the area into a hub for commerce, tourism, and culture.
Recognized by the jury for its exceptional ecological and cultural sensitivity, SOM’s master plan consists of a series of urban elements – squares, canals, gardens, a park and harbor – that draw from Sri Lanka’s unique geography and ecology. A central civic plaza features shaded promenades inspired by hanging gardens, which extend around the perimeter of the new marina.
“The locally resonant design approach is also apparent along the canal edge promenade, where inlets of varying character reference the lagoons of Sri Lanka’s rich and articulated coastline,” the architects explain.
A waterfront cultural venue located adjacent to the CBD of Port City Colombo will also draw people toward to marina, as well as serve as an iconic backdrop for gathering and events. The various towers designed for the plan will come together to create a “striking, legible” skyline that presents itself toward several key points throughout the city.
The master plan has been developed within a sustainable development framework that will allow the the district to grow and adapt to future concerns. A timeline for construction estimates the project to complete by 2041.