Posted: 26 Mar 2016 05:50 PM PDT
Inga-Lill Aker grew up in Norway where she spent 'many of my teenage years on building sites constructing traditional timber houses with my family. I developed a keen interest for these traditional wood crafts, but also a passion for the minimalistic, organic, and highly functional shapes which is the epitome of Scandinavian design.' Now based in Brighton, UK she is the creative artist of 'Random Lights': 'The thought behind “random lights” is that wood is an organic material and lends itself beautifully to organic shapes. Read more…
Posted: 26 Mar 2016 02:53 PM PDT
Inspired by the work of René Magritte, award winning British artist Jake Phipps describes his 'Jeeves and Wooster' pendant, table and wall lights as 'a playful take on lighting with a real sense of cultural identity. The hat is an object that often associates its wearer with a particular society, heritage or race.' He set up his London design studio in 2005 and these lights are very much at home in England's capital, though nowadays a city gent is much less likely to actually wear a fine British bowler on his head. Read more…
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