Minimal Ross Lovegrove Printed LED Lamps for Danese

Minimal Ross Lovegrove Printed LED Lamps for Danese

Range Govindan
May 10, 2011

We're finding that LED lights are becoming more and more prevalent in modern lighting solutions. LEDs are more energy-efficient than CFL bulbs, and it makes a lot of sense to have these kinds of lights in your home. There are a lot of choices when you decide to go with LED lamps. A lot of designers are also making some very singular lamps. These are some of them.

Currently, we've only got one LED lamp in our home, but this might change with all of the new arrivals that we're seeing. These incredible lights were designed by Ross Lovegrove for the Italian brand Danese. This lamp is called 100% and comes in two varieties: the table lamp version and the suspended one. Both of these are quite distinctive, once you start examining them. The printed LED circuits are unique and set these lamps apart from other LED lamps.

Originally, only the table lamp used the printed circuit but now even the suspended version uses this type of circuit, making it very minimal. The printed circuit runs along the inner part of the lamp. The suspended lamp has an aluminum body and it comes touch-based dimmer. Danese has got other interesting LED lamps available. The Una Tavolo and Ina are quite uncommon, but before you start loving them, a fair warning; they are expensive. You can check them out over at Danese's online store. That doesn't mean that all LED lamps are expensive. IKEA has got a few LED lights that won't break the bank. Here are a few more ideas if you want to get some LED lights.

The Geco Series of LED Lamps By Lumina
Molecules Folded Origami Lamps
Technological Range Hoods With LEDs
LED Bulbs to Create Your Own LivingColors Lamps
LED Lamps: From Designer to DIY Lighting

(via Designboom, images via Designboom and Danese)

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