Lacrime del Pescatore ceiling light, a beautiful light that sparkles in the room. The unique design mimics fishermen’s nets covered in thousands water droplets, it was what inspired Ingo Maurer when he was in Venice Lagoon. Those water droplets created sparkle in early morning sun, so beautiful that Maurer inspired to create this light, tears of fisherman.
This ceiling light aims to recreate the same glistening fishermen’s nets using 3 layers of nylon netting and sparkling crystals. By hanging this singular structure from the ceiling, once again, Ingo Maurer re-creates the beauty that he saw at Venice Lagoon through these dripping crystals illuminated by a separately mounted wall light.
We have featured Rising Table before, a modern furniture design by Robert van Embricqs. This time, Robert submitted Rising Furniture Series: rising chair, rising table, and rising side table. After he graduated from Gerrit Rietveld Academy with Rising Chair design, he focused his attention to find new ways to adapt these unique techniques to different pieces of furniture.
Van Embricqs has always been fascinated by the complexity yet esthetically pleasing of natural form. He finds that plant life, bone structure, and movement have given a lot of inspiration when he’s crafting his art. During the design process of Rising Furniture, Van Embricqs focused on combining the functionality with an esthetically pleasing look, flexible furniture that reverts to its basic form. As you can see here, these furniture pieces can be turned completely flat when not in use. These furniture designs are currently available through Robert van Embricqs, you can contact him using via this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
D-Eco Bricks are used in eco sensitive applications. If 4-6 part of used plastic element were assembled and molded it is simple create 3-d brick structure. It can be re-used in effective ways and creates a new prospect in carbon free as well as eco-decorating in building construction. It creates simple manufacturing methods in under developed societies. Education and experience is not necessary for this designing. More green walls can be created using these bricks. Heat prevention will also be improved. The plastics are mixed up with Portland cement combined with chemical additives. These are cheaper than traditional bricks and have high durability. It withstood weather and ultraviolet radiation tests.