Delightfull is becoming an habitué here on New York Design Agenda. Their lamps bring back the old times of the Mad Men, with a modern touch of a shining lamp. Great design.
Just launched this week, Delightfull’s newest lamp, Diana Floor Lamp XL was created with the aim of fulfilling any big lof or artistic studio. So they say, and we totally agree.
With a width of 130 cm and a height of 230 cm this spacious standing lamp has also a depth of 150 cm. Its voluptuous and consistent shape dominates the ambiance around, turning any room in a creative colorful space. Its strong and protector brass structure is finished in any RAL lacquered color. In the other hand, its colorful lampshade will bright even more with a unique gold plated bath. This contemporary fresh classic has included an E27 Incandescent lamp of 100 watts which once turned on, it will be hard to switch off.
Delightfull also have similar products of this Diana family in a table version…
… and a wall version:
In New York City you can find Delightfull’s lamps at Mondo Collection Store.
Delightfull is a lighting brand launched in 2008. It belongs to the Portuguese company Menina Design Group and it is presented mainly in the following markets: Germany, France, UK, Hong Kong, USA and Italy.
Delightfull’s design studio is constituted by a team of three elements: Paulo Figueiredo, 34, José Tavares, 26, and the head designer Diogo Carvalho, 26.The creative process is based on an introspective searching to the best solutions that their designs need, inspiring themselves in the vintage lighting influences and styles.
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– Ultimate Design News for New York
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Dalston is a postcode with a dresscode, so fashionable you wouldn’t be surprised to see inspections at the borough borders to keep out the merely mildly trendy. Now one of the smartest hair salons in the area, Blue Tit, has hatched a second salon in the neighbouring hood of Clapton, and it’s every bit as lovely as the first to have flown its nest.
The outer walls are load-bearing, which means the inner partitions can be repositioned easily for future changes of use. Carl Turner Architects envisage a ground floor shop/workshop with living space above, but with other permutations infinitely possible – you can hire it as a film/photo shoot location too. It’s also a Level 5 sustainable home – one of the most energy-efficient in the country. We’ll raise a glass to that.
Harking back to the golden age of motoring is Oldtimer Tankstelle in Hamburg, tapping into the nostalgia of a happier time with its beautifully restored original 1950s features. This place is so retro you’d be embarrassed to pull up in any vehicle younger than yourself. From the pumps (soon to be working), to the crank-handled cash register, it’s full throttle in reverse here.
Award-winning Chef Gordon Ramsay brings his unique and exclusive style and culinary flair to nationally-acclaimed Los Angeles retail destination, The Grove, with the opening of his newest restaurant, The Fat Cow (named as a nod to the animal that offers much of our daily diet, but we don’t often appreciate).
Paraguayan studio Bauen Architects have have recently completed Two Houses. This 660 square meter double contemporary home is located in Luque, Paraguay.
Australian design collaboration firm Studio 505 have designed the Pixel Building completed in 2010. This sustainable building is Australia’s first carbon neutral office building, generating all its own power and water on site.
Vintage floors and a great mix of recovered objects create a fun and friendly atmosphere between the pure and the vintage trend. Enjoy :)
Hoje gostaria de vos apresentar o fotógrafo Fran Parente, brasileiro, arquiteto, que vive em São Paulo e se dedica à fotografia de arquitetura.
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Expanding and enhancing Burrinja Cultural Centre in Upwey, Australia, in an architectural conversation with the original brick building from the 70s.
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In the Netherlands there are hundreds of empty churches. Since 1970 more than 1000 churches are closed by church communities. More than 1/3 was demolished and half of the Catholic churches were thrown down. The coming years another 1000 churches will lose their original function. Fewer people go to church and the costs for conservation are no longer affordable. Fortunately, demolition is less common nowadays, partly because churches are often on the monuments list. Re-use is the only way to prevent long-lasting vacancy or demolition. The purpose of the re-use of the St-Jakobuskerk was to revalue the dignified monument with little interventions as possible.
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