How do you make a relatively uninspiring product – a recessed downlight – look exciting and new? Here’s how.
Reminiscent of a Mondrian painting in contemporary colours, it takes a second look to realise these beautifully styled, geometric images are actually spotlights, downlights, linear strip lights.
Photography, Carl Kleiner for Flos, here
More found objects, here
Amazing photography, it did actually take me a while to work out what they were! This is a lesson to all lighting companies on how to capture their products!
yes, I was amazed when I first figured out what they were. I’ve never seen lighting photography and styling quite like it before!
It’s amazing how something simple can be enhanced to look stylish. Thanks for sharing this great idea. Have a lovely week xx
lovely to have your comments, happy week! x
My favourite lights are by Mizar of Verona, we have bought many types over the years. Great post.
that’s one I’m not familiar with! glad to have your comments and thanks. J
My pleasure, thanks for such a great blog.
thank you 🙂
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