by Tabanda 132 eura
The Lampania Lamp by innovative Polish design trio Tabanda does away with the third wall, using the base of a classic cube to create a dramatic stage to project a warm and stylish glow. This Łódź Design Festival Must Have Award winner is reduced minimalism with a cheerful outlook, turning conventional on its head to bring a sense of motion and clarity to kitchens, dining rooms and workspaces. With clever, creative designs, it’s no wonder that Tabanda has popped up on the pages of Elle Décor, ICON and designboom—the label’s creations are bringing a new dimension to the design world.
Joren Naerebout lamp
by Martina Elgemarks for MAVIS , 489 eura
Global yet local, traditional with a view towards the future—Swedish label MAVIS combines a worldly outlook with a decidedly local approach, and Martina Elgemarks’s elegant understatements and clear lines are the perfect match for the label’s design ethos. Created to mount against a wall, the Falsterbo Desk folds down to reveal ample work and storage space. Besides creating pieces with exceptional craftsmanship, MAVIS emphasises sustainability and environmental protection, using FSC-certified wood and ensuring that other materials are free from harmful substances. Just another reason to swoon at the feet of Swedish design.
Wall cabinets, 179 eura