The Plumen: 001 is being hailed as the world’s first “designer” energy-saving light bulb. With the concept and design direction from Hulger and further design work by Samuel Wilkinson, the Plumen is comprised of glass tubes that can be bent in different shapes. The screw-base fluorescent bulb works in U.S. sockets and reportedly lasts for 8 years, consuming only 11 watts and boasting 680 lumens.
Global Views: Whether it’s ordered in a pin-up version or hardwired, the Folded Sconce makes a sophisticated statement . Both versions measures 8 ½” high x 15” wide x 4” diameter and features a combination finish of Antique Silver and Nickel.
A Blooming Statement
Jeremy Cole: New Zealand-based artist Jeremy Cole specializes in lighting fixtures that are handmade of bone china. Here, an orchid blossom inspired this delicate-looking table torchiere. Orchid Cymbidium is composed of recycled ceramic orchids housed inside a glass cylinder lit from a single bulb recessed into the aluminum base.
Humanscale: Debuting at the June edition of NeoCon, the Element 790 is an upgraded version of Humanacale’s Element Classic LED task light featuring a higher-performance LED, dimmer control, and an expanded color-palette. The intuitive dimmer control located on top of the light head offers 7 levels of adjustable light output. A series of metal fins keeps the unit cool to optimize performance and extend the life of the LED, which is rated for 50,000 hours or 25 years in most work environments.
Designed for superior sustainability, Element 790 is constructed primarily of eco-friendly aluminum, contains up to 81% recycled and 99% recyclable content, and ships in 70% recycled packaging.