Projet Embassy For The Displaced / The Bartlett School of Architecture (United Kingdom) / Established between London, Athens and Lesvos island in December 2015, the Embassy for the Displaced is a design-based collective that operates both on the field and from afar. It serves as a design-for-survival laboratory, a visual archive of the refugees’ journey and an institution on the side of the Displaced. https://vimeo.com/displacedembassy
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Designed in London by Tom Dixon, the Flask Pendant is inspired by the sharp and functional geometry of chemical laboratory glassware. Each pendant comprises two components - a clear rippled glass lens that produces a series of concentric, luminous rings, and a black glass shade. Complete with fabric cord, lighting fitting and ceiling rose, the Flask pendant is available as a ball, long and wide version that work mixed in groups or more formal arrangements.