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Junya Ishigama on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Azure Magazine. The Innovators Issue.
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October 2019

The Innovators Issue: Junya Ishigama's genre-busting architecture, Sidewalk Labs and the future of the city, and more!

 

Mygdal plantlight

German designers Nui Studio have created a simple way to bring the health benefits of greenery into window-less spaces with this lamp-meets-terrarium. Each piece hermetically seals a self-sustaining ecosystem inside an LED-lit blown-glass vessel.

 

Viride

Barcelona designers Álvaro Goula and Pablo Figuera recently prototyped a series of minimal, modern planters, each fitted with one or more round LED panels. The light source is calibrated to cast a glow that is comfortable to the eye, as well as beneficial to the plant.

 

Gople lamp RWB

Developed for Artemide by BIG, this mouth-blown glass pendant’s RWB LED source is adjusted to enhance the well-being of humans as well as to boost the growth of plant life. Its red and blue radiations at varying wave-lengths support different phases of the grow cycle.

 

LimbusFloor Subtle GreenFrame

Both a plant stand and a room divider, this multi-functional piece was designed for Glimakra of Sweden by Johan Kauppi. The solid ash frame is integrated with a flora-sustaining lamp, and itself evokes a window, making it ideal for spaces lacking daylight.

This story was taken from the July/August 2018 issue of Azure. Buy a copy of the issue here, or subscribe here.

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