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Lighting expert Jill Entwistle reports from the massive project that is Crossrail on the lighting challenges encountered on the 100km-long scheme
Tokujin Yoshioka has created a range of minimal bottles and tubes for a Japanese skincare brand, which are each topped with lids made to look like natural stone.
Yoshioka created new packaging for Japanese cosmetics brand Three, whose range includes cleansing oil, clearing foam, treatment lotion, treatment emulsion, and treatment cream.
The spherical, weighted base of this floor lamp by Australian designer Nick Rennie stops it from falling over if pushed or knocked.
Rennie created the Sway floor lamp for Australian brand Made By Pen. The brief called for a cordless light that could be placed anywhere in a room, but Rennie wanted to also create an object that interacted with its surroundings.
London-based designer and engineer Julian Melchiorri has designed an elegant new lighting solution that is part chandelier and part living organism. Titled Exhale, the piece is comprised of 70 glass petals of varying shape that contain a solution of green algae sustained by daylight, LEDs, and a drip-feed of nutrients. The lighting design won the 2017 Emerging Talent Medal at the London Design Festival and was on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum. You can learn more over on Inhabitat.