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Nov/Dec 2019

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Nov/Dec 2019

AZURE’s November/December edition explores some of the category’s most innovative spaces, from a new model of urban retreat by Ace Hotel in New York City to a cutting-edge concept store in Lisbon.

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1 Seam Two by E15

Part of its Selected collection, the Seam lamp is now available in hand-polished solid copper. The fixture consists of a single piece, but features a perforated line running down the centre to create the optical illusion of one object and its mirror image.

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2 Furore by Supergrau

Germany’s avant-garde Supergrau has re-released this compact chandelier – also available in chrome and matte black or white – in high-polish copper. Its seven hand-blown glass fixtures hang from bent arms of varying length. Looking both organic and industrial at once, the fixture resembles root vegetables, or stops on an underground transit route.

3 Table lamp by Pulpo

Relatively new to Germany’s design scene, Pulpo already boasts an accessories collection vast and diverse in its material makeup. For 2013, the studio released pillbox-like table lamps with coloured glass bases and perforated metallic tops. The combination of materials is customizable and a sconce version is set to join the collection.

4 Pantop by Verpan

Even some of the classic-modern companies were on board the copper train. Verpan – one of Denmark’s favourite exports since the 1960s – reintroduced its bell-shaped pendant in the material. First designed in 1980, Pantop will come in chrome as well as matte black and matte white later this year.

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5 28.7c and 28sc by Bocci

Vancouver’s Bocci updated its latest light-orb line with copper suspension wires, and a new wall-mounted sconce that also incorporates the metal. The mouth-blown fixtures hang like fruits on the bent, vine-like wires, creating a tangled, ceiling-suspended forest.

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