Willowlamp launches a collection for small spaces
These new lighting designs make a statement without crowding your home
Sculptural lighting solutions to spruce up your home
Lighting design has evolved beyond the merely functional and into the realm of art
Caesarstone Concepts launches with three furniture collaborations
See new designs from Dokter and Misses, Weylandts and Gregor Jenkin Studio
Design Icons: a champion of Swedish Modernism
Greta Magnusson–Grossman's contribution to the Modernist movement was far-reaching
Microscopic inspiration: the Pollen Lamps
Swiss designers turn springtime allergens into beautiful home decor
Swiss art director Regine Cavicchioli and two students from Zurich University of the Arts, Roman Jurt and Michael Kennedy, have created a series of lamps that mimic the look of pollen under microscopic vision. The Pollen Lamps originated as an advertising campaign for pharmaceutical company Sanofi’s allergy-relief produ
design icons: the aj lamp by arne jacobsen
This classic homeware accessory from the 1960s proves that good design will never go out of style
5 golden lights we adore
Add a hint of sophistication to your space with statement gilded light fittings
Two young designers unveil their Nando’s Co-Lab project
Candice Lawrence and Tulsha Booysen have combined their talents to create a new range of lights
Morten & Jonas’ Me lamp gets a dramatic update
Add cutting-edge character to your space with the Me light, now available in matt black
Verner Panton’s iconic Flowerpot light
Designed in 1968, this eye-catching lamp is just as effortlessly cool now as it was back then
Contemporary yet timeless, the Flowerpot pendant lamp was created by Danish designer Verner Panton in 1968 – the same year in which student uprisings in Paris changed the world, and Stanley Kubrick released his legendary film, 2001: A Space Odyssey – which, coincidentally, featured a chair designed by Panton. Rather like the year in which it was first released, the Flowerpot is a game-changer. Add it to any space, from a kitchen to a living area or kids’ room, and you’ll have instantly upped the cool factor. For more information, visit