15 December 2008

"daffodil" Led table lamp design Aliki Polydor

Prematurely speaking, winter is dragging on and it is going to last for a while!
Can we brighten up our days with vibrating light and colour?

Bring out some of that colour temperature around 6500 degrees Kelvin and generate the authentic colours of a daffodil from the Far East. But then why not try our fresh «daffodil»™ that has just sprung out of liki liki's studio? It has grown out on a blue lapis lazuli methacrylate carpet positioned on a massive aluminum plate! Take a close look at it and place it on any table top to cheer up the festive season and your Christmas receptions.

Yes, it is yet, another table lamp designed by Aliki.
Flexible stems in beautiful chromated-aluminum that allow the individual 100 lumen LED lights to move within a 30 degree optical range to accent any particular surrounding element. It is a somewhat sculpture-like object with its own personality and may stand for itself.

Try it. You will remember Wordsworth.

14 December 2008

"d-light" is a pure shape

Aesthetically “d-light”™ is pure shape. The product has minimal presence and leaves it to light itself to steal the show. The form is simple and austere, making for a sober appliance that does not monopolize attention, but provides light, atmosphere and comfort. It is to the same sober design based on right angles and lines that the “d-light” owes its universal and timeless character. We have resolutely chosen to enter into a dialogue with architecture.
The result? A thin, minimalist lamp that thrives where you put it.

A lot has been written about LEDs. If you have been exposed to white LEDs, you probably discover that they emit a lot of light of a pleasing color. We have worked to make the light spread smoothly and evenly with the appropriate optics.
Heat is the great enemy of LEDs. This is ironic, since light bulbs work by heating a filament to such a high temperature that it glows. We've taken great care to use high quality LEDs and to properly design a compact and beautiful lamp to ensure its long life by efficiently dispersing the generated heat.

There is a strong tendency in today's “creativity” to solely rely on “basic” emotional impact to capture the attention of the public, through strong solicitation to surprise and bewilder. We have instead ventured into serenity! How about that?

With “d-light”™ we have pointed both, towards abstraction and measure, towards balance and simplification of all iconic messages, presenting meditative silence as opposed to excessive noise.

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11 December 2008

"at casa" con la "kissimu 3" 2007 lampada da tavolo LED design Aliki Polydor

Perché la lampada da tavolo «kissimu 3»™ si distingue?



Perché non ha che fare con la lampada tradizionale, prevedibile; siamo piuttosto nella “Haute Couture” come spesso detto, si tratta di una lampada che ha un anima sofisticata.
Un misto perfetto di eleganza e tecnologia concentrato nella sua struttura scultorea.


Non dimentichiamo che la luce del futuro presente nella sua eterea bellezza biancha nasconde un elettronica di ultima generazione nell' applicazione dei LED.



A “touch of class” alla Vivienne Westwood. Undoubtedly!

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