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NEWS: Rich Brilliant Willing at ICFF + NEO CON 2012

INTRODUCES THE

Trig Floor Lamp

at ICFF and NeoCon 2012

 


Anodized aluminum, 13 x 13 x 26-51″

 

“RBW continues its exploration of form and material with Trig, a simple adjustable-height LED !oor lamp of anodized aluminum. Paring down the iconic tripod lamp, RBW presents Trig as part of a new series of products that is at once minimal and human. Simply touch Trig anywhere to switch it on or off.”

 

RBW is presenting their full collection at the ICFF 2012 booth 1936 and debuting for the first time at NeoCon 2012 booth 8-7078.

SPOTLIGHT: Vibia I.Cono

Vibia I.Cono 0715 floor lamp, photo via Arper

The Vibia I.Cono family of floor and table lamps have been designed by Spanish studio Lievore, Altherr, Molina. As seen in these great photos from Arper the I.Cono adds such an interesting dimension to living spaces. The floor and table versions of the I.Cono are available in black and white and in compact fluorescent and incandescent options.

Vibia I.Cono 0710 floor lamp, photo via Arper

  More photos below !

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THE BEST OF: ARCING FLOOR LAMPS

We get asked about these a lot, and for good reason. The arcing floor lamp has been a fixture of contemporary spaces since Achille Castiglioni unveiled his Arco Lamp, produced by Flos in 1962. Frustrated by the task of illuminating dining tables in which ceiling electrical outputs were nowhere close to the centre of the table, Castiglioni sought to create a solution. The Arco was that very solution, allowing a suspended source of illumination for areas that may not be conducive for a pendant. The iconic arc has since been remade, rethought and revisited by designers and architects throughout the years, developing the concept of the arcing floor lamp into something new and something special with each new transformation.

Here, we’ve compiled a list of some our favourites since 1962. Beginning with the obvious….

Flos’s Arco Floor Lamp designed by Achille Castiglioni

Foscarini’s Twiggy Floor Lamp designed by Marc Sadler

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