PIN SEVEN: Concrete light, used as a unique industrial design. I imagine this light to be found in warehouse used as a design studio/business. The cracking in the concrete allows the netting material behind to be visible and adds texture to the light.
LAMPE GAYALUX - The lamp Gayalux concrete is both sculptural and light. This ball is anchored to the mineral soil, it seems levitate with his ray of light passing through. Concrete leaves the architecture for the object, the block is curved like a skin.
What is this? A designed cube, a chair, or maybe a table? But it's so beautiful with the exposed wood, and the Kollektiv Plus Zwei founders Stefanie Högl and Matthias Borowski seem to have found that sweet spot between art, design and styling.
Israeli designer Hilla Shamia uniquely joins the materials of aluminum and wood in this Wood Casting series. Using a whole tree trunk, Shamia pours molten aluminum directly onto the wood, which burns the surface and darkens the wood.
Jason Hering’s Loft was designed by Renee Arns Stylist & Interior Designer in It is located in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and has an industrial feel that is nevertheless very elegant and stylish. Photos courtesy of Renee Arns Stylist & Interior Designer