The year of 2018 is the year of the modular products:
GRID by Bornstein Lyckefors
The modular luminaire GRID can be altered in numerous ways to fit into the interior of the project.
Twist and turn around corners, create a large square or simply hang a few of the lights in a row...
The possibilities are endless.
MILL by Simo Serpola
Mill is probably the most versatile luminaire BLOND has created to date regarding the angle of the light:
12°, 25°, 60° or simply a diffuse light are the standard angles giving the possibility to find the best suited option for the project.
Hang them as a single pendant, several ones or why not create a modular version with 2 or more pendants in one...
CHORUS 2 / 3 / 5
The Chorus family was already an extensive one, created some 10 years ago and inspired by Santiago Calatravas "Turning Torso" in Malmö, Sweden.
This year Eliasson / Sture updated the luminaires and created floor-, pendant- and table luminaires.
All of the luminaires are modular in such a way that they can be altered and additional shades can be added, creating fantastic installations.
Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means
”light” or ”glow from campfire”.
Originally created for the Church of Kiruna,
situated in an area inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established, the luminaire family has a direct light
distribution in order to minimize light pollution.
News 2018 is the wall version, available in two standard sizes.
Design: Sigurdur Gustafsson
Location: Värnamo, Sweden
Vandalorum is a museum featuring local-, regional- an international art... (more)
Kosta Boda Art Hotel
Design: Kjell Engman
Location: Kosta, Sweden
Luminaire: Customized Art Glass
The project involved both creating luminaires around world renowned glass artist Kjell Engman... (more)
Erik Höglund Exhibition
Design: Erik Höglund
Location: Boda, Sweden
When Kosta Boda, once the main glassworks in Sweden, celebrated Erik Höglund... (more)
Café Stadsbiblioteket Uppsala
Location: Uppsala, Sweden