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The desk becomes a bench for those waiting for classes and turns into a light feature that winds its way above the reception area, ending in a woven lampshade above the main staircase.

Rattan yoga pods create "space of captivating calmness" in Bangkok

Thai architecture studio Enter Projects Asia has used rattan to enclose a series of studios for yoga brand Vikasa at its headquarters in Bangkok.

The Off-Grid Lamp by designer Klemens Schillinger needs to be charged manually to encourage users to reassess their relationship with electricity.  It was developed as part of the designer's residency at Schloss Hollenegg, a castle in the Austrian countryside that offers young designers a space for exhibitions and workshops. Off Grid, Textile Company, Royal College Of Art, Young Designers, Lighting Design, Design Inspiration, Lights, Create, Castle

Klemens Schillinger creates Off-Grid Lamp for Austrian castle

The Off-Grid Lamp by Klemens Schillinger has to be charged manually to encourage users rethink their relationship with electricity.

The lamp consists of brass shade and a deep green, milled aluminium body, which can be docked with the matching wall-mounted or tabletop charging stations that are strewn around the castle.  Cranking up the generator charges the small battery that is integrated into the stem. One minute of cranking is able to power its LEDs for more than six minutes. Wall Appliques, Energy Consumption, Off The Grid, Building Design, Candle Sconces, Lighting Design, Floor Lamp, Wall Mount, Door Handles

Klemens Schillinger creates Off-Grid Lamp for Austrian castle

The Off-Grid Lamp by Klemens Schillinger has to be charged manually to encourage users rethink their relationship with electricity.

This candle holder is one of several metalwork pieces created by EJR Barnes during the coronavirus lockdown, while he taught himself how to weld.  The design is Barnes' take on the classic Armani Casa lighting range, which features "variations of a pyramid on a stick". Here, this motive is rendered entirely in metal and with a candle instead of a lightbulb. Club Chairs, Furniture Making, Metal Working, Light Bulb, Blinds, Furniture Design, Candle Holders, Table Lamp, Lighting

Five designs with a sense of humour by EJR Barnes

Self-taught designer EJR Barnes makes furniture with "a wry smile". We've rounded up five of his projects including a club chair wrapped in Venetian blinds.

A double-height void accommodates a small study area and a stairwell that leads up to the Bondi Bombora's sleeping quarters.  Cocoon-like pendant lamps made from black and white mesh cascade down the centre. Small Study Area, Study Areas, Luigi, Journal Du Design, Construction, Architect Design, Architecture, Facade, Living Spaces

Luigi Rosselli Architects creates wavy facade for Bondi Bombora house

Turquoise and sea-green tiles wash over the undulating facade of Sydney's Bondi Bombora house, designed by Luigi Rosselli Architects.

The office spaces sit under the high, loft-style ceiling. Large industrial-style lights hang down from the beams over the desks, adding to the industrial effect.  On the other side of the fourth floor, meeting rooms for staff and clients sit under the mezzanine floor, which is reached by a refurbished wooden staircase. Over The Desk, Industrial Style Lighting, Wooden Staircases, Contemporary Office, Old Building, In Mumbai, Loft Style, Line Design, Hanging Lights

Studio PKA turns heritage building in Mumbai into own architects' studio

Architecture firm Studio PKA has transformed part of a disused 100-year-old building in Mumbai into its own contemporary office space.

Italian lighting brand Artemide has developed a way of turning lamps into room sanitisers that emit antiviral ultraviolet light when people are not around. Italian Lighting, Ultra Violet, Technology, Lights, Turning, Lamps, Design, People, Room

Artemide unveils Integralis ultraviolet technology that transforms lights into sanitisers

Italian lighting brand Artemide's Integralis technology turns lamps into room sanitisers that emit antiviral ultraviolet light when people are not around.

There is also a couple of contemporary artworks and a striking pendant lamp composed of an interlocking circle and square-shaped lights. Condominium Interior, Smooth Concrete, Load Bearing Wall, Steel Columns, Basement Plans, Ground Floor Plan, Space Architecture, Open Plan Living, Apartment Interior

House With Four Columns created by Unknown Architects in Amsterdam

Unknown Architects used just four oxide-red steel pillars to open up the previously constricted interior of House With Four Columns in Amsterdam.

Nishikawa makes each lamp by mixing paper fibre with wet clay and turning them into bulbous, hollow shells using a coiling technique, chosen to highlight the uneven surface and irregular shape of each design. Floating In Space, Floating Lights, Suspension Cable, House Wiring, Textiles, Lighting Store, Japanese Artists, Pendant Lamp, Sheep

Yuko Nishikawa forms "floating" amorphous lights from shells of clay and paper

Yuko Nishikawa suspends perforated, papier-mache-style lamps from the ceiling to create dream-like compositions in her You See a Sheep project.

The pastel-hued lighting collection, called You See a Sheep, comprises a series of amorphous pendant lights and vases inspired by phantasmagorical concepts. Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Slab Pottery, Ceramic Bowls, Ceramic Lamps, Ceramic Figures, Ceramic Design, Cool Lighting, Lighting Design

Yuko Nishikawa forms "floating" amorphous lights from shells of clay and paper

Yuko Nishikawa suspends perforated, papier-mache-style lamps from the ceiling to create dream-like compositions in her You See a Sheep project.

Japanese artist Yuko Nishikawa suspends perforated, papier-mache-style lamps from the ceiling to create dream-like compositions in her You See a Sheep project. Ceramic Light, Ceramic Pendant, Ceramic Clay, Suspension Cable, Shell Chandelier, Floating In Space, House Wiring, Textiles, Contemporary Lamps

Yuko Nishikawa forms "floating" amorphous lights from shells of clay and paper

Yuko Nishikawa suspends perforated, papier-mache-style lamps from the ceiling to create dream-like compositions in her You See a Sheep project.

To brighten the dark restaurant, which is situated partially below grade, a series of bulbs attached to the round sockets fasten to the curving electrical conduit that meanders throughout the space. Dark Restaurant, Restaurant Design, Burrito Bar, Vancouver Restaurants, Eames Dining Chair, Black And White Beach, White Ceiling, Natural Forms, Natural Materials

Canadian surf town informs design for taco restaurant by September

Natural colours and beach textures from a Canadian surf town informed the design of this Vancouver restaurant by local studio September.

Tinkering is a pendant light for Moooi by Dutch designer Joost van Bleijswijk, which comprises a cluster of black metal rods suspended from the ceiling by two cables. Conductive Materials, Solid Wood Table Tops, Simple Line Drawings, Luz Led, Innovation Design, Lights, Interior Design, Luxury, Dining

Tinkering light by Joost van Bleijswijk for Moooi

Tinkering is a pendant light for Moooi by Dutch designer Joost van Bleijswijk, which comprises a cluster of black metal rods suspended from the ceiling.

Glass spheres are strung up on a circular metal frame to create Hubble Bubble, a light designed by Marcel Wanders studio for Dutch design brand Moooi, which aims to capture the childhood joy of blowing soap bubbles. Hubble Bubble, Best Interior, Interior Design, Luxury Furniture Brands, Lokal, The Fresh, Furniture Design, Home Decor, Marcel

Hubble Bubble light by Marcel Wanders studio for Moooi

Glass bulbs are strung up on a round frame to create the Hubble Bubble, a light designed by Marcel Wanders for Moooi to capture the joy of blowing bubbles.

Italian product design graduates Francesco Rogante and Ilaria Pirro have developed a rotating lamp that uses the electrical conductivity of liquid in place of a switch.  Called Circuiti Liquidi, or liquid circuits, the project aims to combine two elements that are generally seen as an oppositional pairing: liquid and electricity.  The tubular lamp has two bases, which the user alternates between as they turn the lamp upside down and back again in order to activate the light. Smart Materials, Shape And Form, Automotive Design, Design Trends, Lighting, Tube, Circuits, Product Design, Empty

Circuiti Liquidi lamp uses blue liquid in a tube to turn the light on

Design students Francesco Rogante and Ilaria Pirro have developed Circuiti Liquidi, a rotating lamp that uses liquid in place of a switch.

Sisi Eko floor lamp by Studio Lani, Nigeria. Cockpit Arts, Adinkra Symbols, African Sculptures, Bridge Design, Study Design, White Doves, African Design, Ivoire, Design Museum

Eight products by African designers selected by Africa by Design

Africa by Design is a platform that promotes designers from sub-Safaran Africa. Founder Chrissa Amuah presents a selection of it featured products.