10 of the best new lamp designs in the world

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Back in 2013 LAMP (the ‘Lighting Architecture Movement Project’) was established in Vancouver. Described as “a group installation & exhibition showcasing light and form through the lens of architectural design”, it’s basically a collection of really wonderful lamp designs from around the world.

This year they received over 90 submissions, from 50 cities and 21 countries, and the esteemed jury (which includes Nancy Bendtsen from Inform, Omer Arbel and others) has just announced the top 10 finalists in their ‘Established’ category. Check them out below, then learn more about the exhibition happening November 12th from 6pm-12 at www.welovelamp.ca

10 of the best new lamp designs in the world

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The finalists of LAMP‘s (Lighting Architecture Movement Project) 2015 International Lighting Design Competition – ‘Established’ category

  • Boro Boro Light

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    From Neal Aronowitz of the U.S.A.

  • Crystal Cluster Chandelier

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    From Lynn Read of the U.S.A.

  • Duality

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    From Matthew Conley of the U.K.

  • Eleni

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    From Matthew Kennedy of Canada

  • BIT Light

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    From Jin Choi of the U.S.A.

  • Braque’s Colander

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    From Amy Lin and James Chavel of New York and Toronto

  • Gweilo

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    From Alex Josephson of Canada

  • Light Trooper

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    From Anki Gneib of Sweden

  • Ribbon

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    From Brad Turner of Canada

  • Woodhedron

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    From Julie Morringello of the U.S.A.

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