1 Koho by FontanaArte
FontanaArte’s buoy-like Koho is portable and rechargeable, with a battery that lasts up to seven hours. Its body is made from milky white opaline polyethylene and it features a touch switch.
2 Meridiano by Vibia
Meridiano, a metal lamp-stool hybrid, takes its shape from bulbous cacti. It features a downward directed light source that casts spoke-like shadows.
3 Amphora by Bover
Perched on a tiny tripod, Amphora’s cauldron-like shade is made of hand-woven polyethylene fibre. The bulb is shielded by a UV-protected polyethylene encasement, while the electrical cord is fitted with a neoprene coating. Available in white or brown.
4 Keirei by Torremato
This in-ground luminaire, in cast iron and glass, is bent at the head as though genuflecting before Mother Nature. A cluster of Keireis surrounding a patio or lining a walkway would evoke a very zen space.
5 Sampei by Davide Groppi
First introduced as an indoor fixture, Sampei comes in a super-elongated body that re-imagines the archetypal pendant. Made of metal and fibreglass, the lightweight floor lamp almost disappears into the background while still offering ample mood lighting.