While the Vortex light’s name might sound severe, it actually makes for a warm and inviting touch of illumination to any home or workspace. Inspired by the whirlpools created where currents meet (or that little thing you see when you drain the bathtub!), the randomized, coil-like structure at the base of each bulb is an abstraction of their swirly form. Available in a single-bulb pendant style or as a simplistic, three-bulb chandelier, each has a casual look that appears custom-made for your living space. In Edison-bulb style and wrapped in warm brass, they also add a vintage, rustic touch to your interior.
Designers: Nicolò Zavagno & Irregolare
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In this interview, Mr. Harshit Thakkar, the owner of Payal’s Interior World speaks thoroughly about his journey from being a CA by profession to leading a path in interior design by passion. Payal’s Interior World is a Mumbai-based design studio, specializing in residential and commercial interiors. Interestingly, Mr. Harshit Thakkar did not come from a […]
Clay Tiles Reincarnated Designed By Manoj Patel Design Studio Project description Products are part of a new wave of designers focusing on eco-friendly design and finding an outcome to many issues. Here, a broad spectrum of issues are demonstrated by the idea of unused traditional clay roof-tiles from waste of old buildings that are […]
Modern architecture, also known as contemporary architecture, is a design style that emerged in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as a response to the rapid technological advancements and changing social, cultural, and economic contexts of the time. The introduction of modern architecture in India was largely driven by the country’s quest for independence […]
Kinga Kubowicz of KingKong Design Shop has created Moduuli, a collection of unique, modern and eye-catching geometric origami wall art. Based in Barcelona, Spain, the designer makes the origami-inspired wall art from individual paper modules that are folded into shape an assembled together, making a rigid but lightweight wall panel. The three-dimension panels, which have a variety […]