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Launching this autumn is Juniper's new THIN Solids Collection, the latest lighting in the company's collab with designer Peter Bristol.

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If you’re in London between now and January 6th be sure to make a stop at the recently opened Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross to see Space Frames, a festive light installation designed by Studio Mieke Meijer. Inspired by functional industrial architecture, as well as the abandoned industrial buildings of Roy Letterlé and Mieke Meijer’s hometown of Eindhoven, the huge light installation also takes cues from the arches and bold outlines of the venue itself.
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Considering how far we’ve come in many aspects of design, it’s surprising that light bulbs haven’t advanced that far, except for a few, like Hulger and Samuel Wilkinson’s revolutionary Plumen 001 which launched in 2010. Wilkinson went back to the drawing board and has co-created a new family of LED bulbs with LED-lighting specialists Chris Stimson and Bujar Shkodra, of well-lit, that will make you re-think the light bulb. BEEM comprises contemporary light bulb designs that are bold, graphic, and playful, made possible by advances in flexible-filament LED technology.
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Von Morgen is a recently launched German label that’s released their first collection of products called Booles. The line consists of minimalist concrete objects with smooth finishes and rims so thin you’ll be surprised it’s made from concrete.
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In today’s world, screen time as play time is increasingly becoming the norm, leaving little time for kids to engage in open-ended imaginative play. Toyi wants to change that. The social enterprise founded by Elif Atmaca and Ögeday Uçurum partnered with ATÖLYE, an Istanbul based transdisciplinary innovation platform, to create its two eponymous creative play kits that enable kids to take everyday objects and transform them into their own unique creations.
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Does anyone ever have a ruler handy? They’re oversized which generally means you have to stash it away out of arms reach instead of leaving it out taking up precious desk space. Instead of relying on a typical ruler maybe it’s time to think differently and that’s just what Karlis Krisjans has done with the Rollbe Click. The super compact rolling ruler is designed to measure just about anything and it fits right inside your pocket so it’s a convenient tool to have around.
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Designed by Chisel & Mouse, Cityscapes are artistic replicas of actual cities where architecture, roadways, waterways, and parks come to life as sculptural 3D models you'll wish you could dive into to explore.

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At this year’s WestEdge Design Fair, we saw a familiar face on the show floor. Our very own Jaime Derringer collaborated with Woven Concepts to design the Untitled Collection, a series of rugs that highlight the beauty of a simple brushstroke reminiscent in the practice of Japanese calligraphy, or Shodo.
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OGSB Studio is a design studio based in Brussels who collaborated with Ateliers J&J on a pair of lamps made with recycled aluminum from local manufacturers. The Gota collection includes a table lamp and a floor lamp each of which features two points of pivoting motion – the lamp’s arm and the lampshade – that stay in place wherever you want them.
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The Shoreditch Design Triangle is a loose association of shops, exhibitions and showrooms, united by little more than geography, but it always serves up something wonderful, and often something pretty weird too. Starting with the latter, London-based Mexican designer Fernando Laposse transformed the entrance to CitizenM’s Shoreditch hotel into Sisal Sanctum – an outdoor seating area protected by pretty gloomy looking “giant guardians” – all entirely made out of sisal, a natural fiber harvested from a species of Agave cactus found in the South of Mexico.
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Soho House, a private members’ club for creatives, expanded to Amsterdam this summer. The Soho House Amsterdam establishment has taken over the Bungehuis, an old 1930s university building on the Spuistraat that overlooks the canal, and spruced it up with their signature interiors and furnishings. The building now accommodates 79 bedrooms, a rooftop pool, an entire floor of club space, as well as Italian dining at Cecconi’s restaurant and a Cowshed spa on the ground floor.
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British lighting brand Anglepoise® has been creating their iconic desk lamp since the 1930s and in that time they’ve gone big and unveiled special designer editions. Never resting on their laurels, they continue to up their game with new designs and reimagining older ones, like their latest release where they go tiny with their bestselling Model 90 lamp. The 90 Mini Mini lamp offers all the features that make Anglepoise lamps so coveted all while shrinking it to its new tiny form.
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