MINI HULA Special Edition Set for Plumen
The Glowing Oak @ Designersblock
London Design Festival kicked off last Saturday and naturally we’re taking part in lots festivities!
Designersblock invited us to create a grand lighting installation to go with their fantastic venue. They’ve really outdone themselves this year, by taking up residence in an iconic London landmark, the Old Sessions House.
Plumen @ Protein for Shoreditch Design Triangle
With London Design Festival just around the corner, Plumen HQ is buzzing!
Good Nite Indeed
We had a bit of a ‘wow’ moment the first time we saw the Nite pendant together with Plumen. We were astonished to see both designs fitting so seamlessly together, the first complementing beautifully the other’s shape.
Plumen 002 nominated for Best British Sustainable Design
Great news! The Plumen 002 has been shortlisted for the ELLE Decoration British Design Awards 2014 in the Best British Sustainable Design category. Read more…
nawre. table lamp
Whether it’s a Baby Plumen lighting a cosy corner or a statement chandelier filling an atrium, you normally have to look up to spot a Plumen.
Radioactive alert! Beware of the Robochinal lamp.
This lamp may look like it’s been stolen from the laboratory of a mad scientist, but this ingenious object is the creation of Romanian freelance photographer & lighting designer, Andrei Ignia. The industrial object enthusiast started a long-term love affair with the light during Bulb27, a project centred entirely around light bulbs. Let’s hear a bit more.
Sweet interior design, Avocado Sweets!
We were completely blown away by this redecoration project. Led by interior design studio Avocado Sweets, the project oozes endearing eccentricity and joie de vivre. Husband and wife, Evros and Susie Agathou, founders of the studio walked us through the process of transforming the old Victorian school into this dream family home. Read more…
150 years of John Lewis
2014 sees John Lewis celebrating their 150th year. To mark the occasion, the iconic UK department store has planned a series of events, including Design Today, a pop-up exhibition in their Oxford Street store.
Sustainable steam bent lamp shades
With constantly evolving design technology and techniques, it’s hard to keep up and so sometimes it’s best to simply get back to basics. At least, that’s the approach chosen by Tom Raffield, lighting designer and woodworker from Cornwall, England. Read more…