SilverbackConnecting architecture and light
The KiBiSi design group and Louis Poulsen are launching a different interpretation of the adaptation of lighting for architecture.
Morphing is a graphic technique whereby a picture makes a transition into another picture through a smooth movement.
The KiBiSi design group trio, Jens Martin Skibsted, Lars Larsen and Bjarke Ingels, have reinterpreted wall and ceiling lighting, drawing on the morphing design concept. In cooperation with Louis Poulsen, the result is the exciting new product - Silverback - now ready to be launched around the world.
Silverback is a super minimalistic fixture. At first glance it may look familiar, but a closer look reveals it as the result of innovation.
Lp CircleDesign: Mikkel Beedholm, KHR Architects
Louis Poulsen has launched a versatile new series of fixtures - LP Circle. The fixtures have been specially developed for general lighting in offices and institutions, and are the result of productive cooperation between KHR arkitekter and Louis Poulsen.
Aj Eklipta Led & Munkedgaard LedDesign: Arne Jacobsen
AJ Eklipta LED
AJ Eklipta was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1959 for Rodovre Town Hall. Jacobsen originally designed the light in two sizes:0 13.7"and 0 17.7", and later developed 0 8.7" (a smaller version) for St. Catherine's College in Oxford.
AJ Eklipta is an ultraminimalist product that features a unique lighting concept. The clear glass edge that surrounds the fixture evokes a halo around the opalized surface when the light is both on and off. It is a beautiful, spectacular touch that clearly demonstrates Jacobsen's keen eye for even the smallest detail.
Designed exclusively for Denmark's Munkegaard School in 1955, this fixture fast became a designer's choice. Because of its versatility and unique effect, today, Munkegaard is seen throughout a wide range of applications, from residences to universities. Munkegaard is a design icon. The ideas behind the fixture and its presencein the room are so special that it is possible to talk of product design without any kind of architectural or cultural limitations.
New Ph 3½-3 PendantDesign: Poul Henningsen
To mark Poul Henningsen's 120th birthday on 9 September, Louis Poulsen is launching the new PH 3 1/2-3 pendant.
The PH 3 1/2-3 pendant is based on Poul Henningsen's original drawings from the late 1920s and early 1930s, featuring his renowned three-shade system.
The pendant has metal shades, available in green, yellow, red and white. The fixture housing is silk mat brown and made of copper. All colours are based on Poul Henningsen's colour universe. Like the designer, the fixtures are colourful!
The PH 3 1/2-3 pendant is a piece of Danish lighting design history. It provides functional, decorative light, and gives any interior a boost simply by being there, whether lit or unlit. It is beautiful alone, or grouped with other fixtures.
Toldbod 120 DuoDesign: Louis Poulsen
The popular Toldbod 120 pendant is now available in a variety of new colour combinations that are sure to spice up any interior design solution.
The excellent lighting properties of the Toldbod 120 pendant makes it ideal for use in many different residential settings: above the table in the kitchen, for example, or as a component in still life arrangements designed to create a special atmosphere in the room. The concentrated downward directed light adds life and character to the items illuminated.
The recommended retail price of the Toldbod 120 Duo is DKK 1,495 including VAT, and the fixture can be used with light sources from energy classes A-D. Louis Poulsen recommends light sources from energy classes C and D.