Malaysia Tatler Homes - - STYLE -

Higher ef­fi­ciency, longer lifes­pan and low power re­quire­ments – these are some of the rea­sons why LED light­ing has been lead­ing the way. The por­ta­ble and recharge­able Bell­hop lamp by Bar­ber & Os­gerby for Flos and the clean-lined Arumi by Lu­cidipe­vere for Foscarini are two ex­am­ples of strik­ing eco-de­sign, the for­mer dec­o­rat­ing the Parabola restau­rant at Lon­don’s De­sign Mu­seum. The ar­dent mix of style and sus­tain­abil­ity also denes the new Yuh lamp by Gam­fratesi for Louis Poulsen – a ‘per­sonal’ piece that ro­tates, rises and falls as you please. With the pe­tite ta­ble lamp Blooper, de­signed by Mette Schelde for the Dan­ish brand Please Wait To Be Seated, the light comes from the hid­den LED bulb reected into the large hol­low bowl; the soft light is un­leashed by turn­ing the disk. The most clever in­car­na­tion, how­ever, is the Blush lamp by For­mafan­tasma for Flos (op­po­site page) – the rain­bow ef­fect just makes us smile.

os.com, foscarini.com, louis­poulsen.com, please­wait­tobe­seated.dk

CLOCK­WISE FROM LEFT Min­i­mal­ist, eco-friendly finds in­clude Foscarini’s Arumi pen­dant light; Blooper lamp from Please Wait to be Seated; Yuh wall lamps from Louis Poulsen; and the Bell­hop lamp for Flos

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