A hanging glass lamp from the Limburg Glashütte glass factory, made somwhere between 1960 and 1970.
Via City Furniture.
Bella Chandelier, by Danish architecture practice 3XN, is a sculptural lighting installation consisting of 700 LEDs housed in tubes and held in a lattice structure based on Tensegrity principles, which involves simple dedicated elements, kept under pressure in a stable equilibrium by a network of tensile cables.
Bit, byte, kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte and terabyte take the shape of a Matryoshka set of six traditional Russian dolls, by Art. Lebedev Studio.
The Kami collection of pots and vases from German designers Ett La Benn encourages a new way of thinking in eco-friendly lifestyle products.
Made from 100% biodegradable cellulose, an enormously solid and light material, ‘kami’ transforms this most abundant natural raw material into objects for daily use by simple air drying.
“The poetry of sustainability begins when design objects tend to achieve an archetypal long lasting quality with a maximal visual continuity: classic pieces and long runners in the market won’t absorb new resources.”
Nixon has itself a sweet range of headphones, including this nicely understated DJ-style model called the RPM.