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原標題:Your Lighting Design Moodboard: Winning Lighting Projects from A’ Design 2018 文末提供翻譯


Trust us, the guys in the business of curating design content, to put together a pretty neat list of products to watch out for! This is the Lighting Design Showcase from the A’ Design Award and Competition 2018, the Italy-based, international design award program that spans virtually every design category, country, and doesn’t just award design, but creates an environment for the design to grow from a concept to a product, or from a product to a well-known, profitable project.

We look at the top Lighting Designs from last year, creating a compilation of what A’ Design’s stellar 211-member international jury panel is worthy of winning the A’ Design Award. While we’re at it, do check out what winning an Award does for your Design Career, and don’t forget to head down to the A’ Design Award and Competition page to register to submit your design entries for the Award. The last date of submission is the 28th of February 2019, and the awards will be announced here on YD on the 15th of April!

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A’ Design Award 2018 Lighting Moodboard 01. Jal Lamp by Mos Designed to look like a martini-esque hourglass with an ambient lightbulb in it, the JAL Lamp’s beauty arises from its simplicity and its ability to be whatever you want it to be. The glass comprises two conical containers in the hourglass shape, that can be used to store anything, making the lamp a rather versatile piece of decor (rather than ‘just another lamp’!). The bulb can be oriented either way, allowing you to use the lamp in any orientation that you’d like. A nice combination of simplicity, elegance, and a minimal beauty that one would associate with Scandinavian or Japanese design.



02. Buzao – Qie Pendant light by Pr Designers: Xu Gang, Peng Zeng Buzao – Qie’s immediate appeal comes from its contrasts. Not only does it create a color contrast with a black and gold combination (a classic, really), but it also contrasts material types and textures. On top, you’ve got a matte copper fixture with its golden metallic finish, and to contrast it with its imperfect-yet-incredible surface is black volcanic rock, resplendent with its cracks and bubble-holes. Within this volcanic rock lies the lamp that shines light on the volcanic rock’s imperfect surface. The rock brings sturdiness and insulation to the lamp too, protecting it in more ways than one. What a wonderful use of diametrically opposite materials!



03. Reverse Pickup Table Lamp by ADD Architectural Studio Reverse Pickup’s idea originally stems from vinyl discs and the concept of transmission of sound as the vinyl rotates on the all time classic Pickup. Originally made to dock a vinyl record, the designers replaced it with two translucent marble discs, creating an awe-inspiring light with a unique interaction. The circular marble pieces roll up and down the base of the lamp as an LED tape between them grows brighter or dimmer depending on the marble’s position. The result is a pretty nifty dimmer mechanism that powers a lamp that looks absolutely stunning with the way the light creeps through the translucent marble, creating a light that relies in part on nature, like the volcanic rock lamp above!



04. Guilin Environment Cleansing Lamp by Kevin Chu Kevin Chu’s Guilin lamp uses Photocatalytic coated acrylic “mountains” to connect nature to purity. The lamp’s base contains slots in which you can place etched acrylic mountain pieces. As soon as you dock these pieces in their slots, the etched pattern on the acrylic sheets scatter light, emitting an aura of light around the room. The mountains can be arranged in any way you see fit, and use photocatalytic oxidation to purify the air around you. Poetic!



05. Mi-30 Table Lamp by Raza Zahid Atelier Mi-30’s table lamp uses an old design trick called Gestalt’s law of visual continuity. You don’t just perceive the individual slats/sheets that comprise the lamp, but your mind ends up piecing together an entire picture. The Mi-30 uses that visual principle to create a series of amoebic forms that can captivate the eye with their abstractness, and light up the space too!



06. Martians Floor lamp by Igor Lobanov For its incredibly slim circular light-panel, and the tripod base that gives it an unusual look, the Martians floor lamps bag an A’ Design Award. The legs are individually angle-adjustable, allowing the lamp to practically pose, rather than stand erect. The light panel can be adjusted too, to face at a wall, directly downwards, or at a seating area.



07. Tutu Lighting Product by Hiroki Takada The Tutu borrows from the chaotic abundance of the Dahlia flower, replacing its multitude of petals with miniature lampshades that create volume while scattering light. Using a single source of light and dozens of folded pieces of synthetic Japanese paper, the Tutu comes to life as both a wall-light as well as a chandelier. Is it just me, or does the lamp look better in white than it would in any other color?



08. Knitted Unique Lighting Collection by Ariel Zuckerman A neat combination of textile and lighting, Ariel Zuckerman’s Knitted collection features orbs of light trapped within crocheted stockings. The combination of the two styles (knitting and lighting) create something that feels unique and inviting. The crocheted outer covers add color to the light, diffusing it too, to turn the orb’s brightness into a warm, scattered glow. I don’t know about you, but I’d be pushing them back and forth if I were anywhere near them!



09. Empress Wu Lamp by Davide Chiesa & Andrea Croci The Empress Wu lamp takes design inspiration from the formal design language of Ming furniture. It also is a hat-tip to centuries of moon-worship in China. The lamp itself isn’t as formal as you’d expect. It has a quirky character, and appears to have weight (with the way the bent wood drapes around the orb), but still manages to feel visually light. All in all, at the end of the day, it’s an orb-lamp, but it feels like more. Also, it vaguely resembles a woman’s face too. Probably a reference to Empress Wu.



10. Mozaik system Modulable Lamp by Davide Oppizzi Designed with a love for geometry as well as astronomy, Davide Oppizzi’s Mozaik is like a geometric interpretation of a meteor shower. Ultimately a modular light, the Mozaik can be used in a variety of ways. It can be applied independently as a singular lighting unit, or be used as a building block of sorts, in what can look like an absolutely stunning installation of geometric lighting.


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相信我們,在企業策劃設計內容,把一個相當整潔的產品清單放在一起,要小心!這是來自2018年A’設計獎和競賽的設計展示會,這是一個基于意大利的國際設計獎計劃,幾乎涵蓋了每個設計類別、國 家,不僅授予設計獎,而且為設計創造了一個環境,使設計從一個概念發展為一個產品,或從一個產品發展為一個知名的、有利可圖的產品。項目。我們查看了去年的頂級設計,創建了一個由211名“設計之星”成員組成的國際評審團值得贏得A設計獎的匯編。.當我們在這里的時候,一定要看看獲獎對你的設計職業生涯有什么影響,不要忘了去A’設計獎和競賽頁面注冊,提交你的設計作品。.最后提交日期為2019年2月28日,頒獎典禮將于4月15日在YD在此宣布!現在注冊參加A’設計大獎!截止日期:2月28日!_ A’設計獎2018模塊板01.由莫斯設計的JAL燈看起來像一個馬提尼式沙漏,里面有一個環境燈泡,JAL燈的美麗來自它的簡單和它的能力,無論你想要它是什么。.玻璃由兩個沙漏形狀的圓錐形容器組成,可以用來儲存任何東西,使燈成為一個多功能的裝飾件(而不是“僅僅是另一盞燈”!).燈泡的方向可以是任何一種,允許你使用任何方向的燈,你想。.簡單、優雅和極簡美的完美結合,可以與斯堪的納維亞或日本的設計聯系在一起。02.公共關系設計師徐剛、彭增增增增增不早的布灶——布灶的魅力來自于它的對比。.它不僅能與黑色和金色組合(真的是經典)形成對比,而且還能與材質類型和紋理形成對比.在頂部,你有一個啞光銅夾具,其金色金屬表面,并與它的不完美但令人難以置信的表面是黑色火山巖,其裂紋和氣泡孔輝煌。.在這片火山巖中,有一盞燈亮了火山巖不完美的表面。.石頭也給燈帶來了堅固和絕緣性,用多種方式保護它。.完全相反的材料有多好的用途啊!03.通過添加建筑工作室反向拾取的反向拾取臺燈最初源于乙烯基光盤和隨著乙烯基在所有經典拾取上旋轉而傳輸聲音的概念。.最初是為了固定一張乙烯基唱片而作的,設計師們用兩張半透的大理石唱片代替了它,創造出一種令人敬畏的光,這種光具有獨特的相互作用。.圓形大理石片在燈的底部上下滾動,在它們之間的LED帶根據大理石的位置而變亮或變暗。.其結果是一個相當漂亮的調光機,它為一盞看起來絕對令人驚嘆的燈提供動力,使光線穿過半透的大理石,創造出一種部分依賴自然的光,就像上面的火山巖燈一樣!04.桂林環境凈化燈由朱凱文朱的桂林燈使用光催化涂層丙烯酸“山”連自然和純凈。.燈的底座上有插槽,可以放置蝕刻過的亞克力山片。.一旦你把這些碎片放進槽中,亞克力板上的蝕刻圖案就會散射光線,在房間周圍散發出一種光的氛圍。.山可以以任何你認為合適的方式排列,并使用光催化氧化凈化你周圍的空氣。.詩意!05.Mi-30臺燈由Raza Zahid工作室設計,Mi-30臺燈采用了一種古老的設計手法,叫做格式塔視覺連續性定律。.你不僅能感覺到構成燈的各個板條/床單,而且你的大腦最終會拼湊出一幅完整的畫面。.Mi-30利用視覺原理創造了一系列的阿米巴形態,以其抽象性吸引了眼球,也亮了空間!06.火星人的落地燈由伊戈爾·洛巴諾夫(igor lobanov)設計,其難以置信的纖細的圓形燈面板和三腳架底座使它看起來與眾不同,火星人的落地燈包獲得了“設計獎”。.腿的角度可以單獨調節,使燈實際上可以擺姿勢,而不是直立。.也可以調整燈面板,使其朝向墻壁、直向下或座椅區域。07.圖圖族的高田弘子(Hiroki Takada)的圖圖族產品借鑒了大麗花(Dahlia)雜亂無章的豐富花朵,用微型燈罩取代了其眾多的花瓣,在散射光線的同時創造出體積。.使用單一的光源和幾十張折疊的日本合成紙,圖圖族既可以作為壁燈,也可以作為枝形吊燈出現。.是只有我一個人,還是這盞燈的白色比其他任何顏色都好看?08.阿里爾·扎克曼(Ariel Zuckerman)獨特的針織系列,織物和的巧妙結合,阿里爾·扎克曼(Ariel Zuckerman)的針織系列的特點是編織長筒襪中的光球。.這兩種風格(針織和)的結合創造了一種獨特而誘人的感覺。.用鉤針編織的外罩為光線增添了色彩,也使光線漫射開來,使球體的亮度變成一種溫暖的散射光。.我不知道你的情況,但如果>我kao近他們的話,我會前后推他們!09.戴維德·切薩和安德里亞·克羅齊的《吳后燈》從朝家具的形式設計語言中汲取設計靈感。.它也是中國幾百年來月亮崇拜的一個帽子提示。.這盞燈本身并不像你想象的那么正式.它有一個古怪的特征,看起來很有重量(就像彎曲的木頭環繞球體的方式),但仍然能感覺到視覺上的輕。.總而言之,在一天結束的時候,它是一盞ORB燈,但感覺更像是.而且,它也隱約像一個女人的臉.可能是指武則天。.戴維德·奧皮茲設計的莫扎克系統模塊化燈具有對幾何學和天文學的熱愛,戴維德·奧皮茲的莫扎克就像是對流星雨的幾何解釋。.最終,一個模塊化的燈,莫扎克可以用多種方式.它可以作為一個單獨的單元單獨應用,也可以作為一個建筑模塊,看起來像是一個絕對驚人的幾何裝置。._現在注冊參加A’設計大獎!截止日期:2月28日!






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