Lighting has always played a pivotal role in creating functional, comfortable and beautiful interiors, but incorporating high-quality lighting at places of work, educational facilities and institutions has never been more critical. As the traditional role of the indoors undergoes a dynamic transformation, architects, interior designers and lighting experts are recognising the augmented role of light in designing spaces for the new reality.
When Poul Henningsen presented the prototype of PH Septima in 1928, the sound of applause reverberated through the Danish Museum of Decorative Art where the unveiling took place. This year, in celebration of Henningsen’s heritage, Louis Poulsen is reintroducing a modern version of the original design. And the second round of applause is imminent.
Verde Light has a brand new retail destination where you can experience sustainable lighting products and other amazing designs in ways like never before.
In tribute to Arne Jacobsen and celebration of the 60th anniversary of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Louis Poulsen re-launches its all-time classic AJ Lamp in Stainless Steel.
Forget individual light fixtures that require you to plan every electrical point in advance when you can have an all-in-one system that offers greater versatility and peace of mind.
Add some luxe to your home. These stylish pieces will make guests ask “where’d you get that?”
Louis Poulsen’s PH Limited Edition 2019 by Danish design pioneer Poul Henningsen is a mid-century masterpiece to have.
Danish designer Øivind Slaatto left a lasting impression on an audience of Singapore’s designers during a special lecture with Louis Poulsen at the National Design Centre. We share insights into his inspirational perspective.
Expertly straddling tradition and modernity, Vilhelm Lauritzen designed the VL Ring Crown light in the 1940s with a keen eye for practicality as well as beauty. Now Louis Poulsen has re-issued the design classic for contemporary times.
Make your life easier and your home more beautiful with these high-tech machines.
Here are the best of the best lighting products that were spotted in the packed halls of Euroluce.
Lighting doesn’t have to be ugly or used for functional purposes alone. These quirky pieces will have you wanting to put them front and centre.
Innovative design never tires. And proving that point are a series of re-editions of some of Louis Poulsen’s classic lights – still turning heads, and more so with new metallic finishes.
After redefining the beauty and effectiveness of bollard lighting with Flindt Bollard, Christian Flindt has renewed indoor and outdoor wall lighting with the softly illuminating Flindt Wall.
Now more than ever, we need things around us that work well and endure. We don’t have time for anything less.
The brand’s new lighting collection presents seven of their most progressive work.
Foscarini collaborated with design students at ECAL to present an intimate exhibition of lighting objects.
From a mailbox that will ‘smile’ when you tweet and cheer to larger than life dancing grass fields, here are some of the highlights of this year’s i Light Marina Bay festival.
Made to complement its designer bulbs, Plumen’s latest range of made-to-order 3D-printed shades captures the delicacy of shapes found in nature and reduces the carbon footprint of delivery.
Beautiful furniture, home decor and lighting pieces to keep an eye out for at Singapore Indesign 2017.
Shop for beautiful furniture, fittings and fixtures at this new and luxurious store, to spruce up your home.
Here’s a great design tip from Ulla Reimer, International Sales Support Manager of Danish lighting brand Louis Poulsen