Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Favorite New Lighting Fixtures By City Lighting Products

Here are a few of City Lighting Products favorite lighting fixtures for both home and commercial spaces.


Drop & Droplet Pendant Lights by Stuart Fingerhut

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The Drop pendant features a double curved-surface arrangement which frames the bulb used for illumination. Drop features three sets of double-looped surfaces arranged around the center axis, while Droplet features five sets.

The Book Stork Lamp by Cristina Bulat

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The Book Stork Lamp is the winning project of the Romanian design contest organized by ROD Cărturești, in the search for a fetish object created for avid readers.

Giffy 17,7” Table Lamp by Leanter

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The design light project started from my own wish to get a desk lamp that I could use regularly and that would also truly stand out on my table. And because I also have always liked to create things I decided that I will create the lamp that I want.

Pendant Lamp Collection by Karman for Global Lighting

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Global Lighting is introducing a new collection of lighting from manufacturing company Karman, that has been designed by a diverse group of Italian designers. Furthermore, each piece is fabricated in Fossombrone, Italy.

Oslo Wood Floor Lamp by Northern Lighting

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With its sleek contemporary profile, streamlined tripod base and multi-directional shade, it’s easy to see why Oslo Wood has become Northern Lighting’s best-selling design so far. The shade is poised to project light upward, yet also diffuses it through the fabric to create a soft glow.
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Monday, October 26, 2015


S´ana Pharmacy by Marketing Jazz, Madrid – Spain

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Integral design of a new branding concept in the pharmacy world. The brand  S´ana comes from Ana, the name of the owner of the pharmacy, and from the natural approach of the project ( sana means healthy). The project aims to transmit, as a main characteristic that makes this pharmacy different,  the love and care with which Ana serves her customers.

Pharmacy Marienthal by Atelier st, Zwickau – Germany

Natural tones in combination with spot and hidden lighting give this store a fresh and clean interior.

Farmacia Concept Store by Omid Ghannadi, Bucharest – Romania

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This project focuses on the metamorphosis of an image, that of the modern, everyday drugstore, into a new, friendlier and warmer environment. The client is a company that owns a drugstore chain in Romania, and their wish was exactly thus: to redesign and reimage the pharmacy, transform the drugstore into a richer experience for the customer.

Menegaki Helen & Moisaki Lida Pharmacy by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion – Greece

The sectors for promotion and presentation of the products, which are enhanced through hidden lighting that is indirect and placed behind each group of shelves so that it discretely illuminates the products thus promoting them, are organized based on the location of the entrances of the pharmacy, while the organized drug-preparation laboratory is articulated next to the staircase.

Pharmacy in Omori by MAMM Design, Tokyo – Japan

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This dispensing pharmacy is facing a street on which some competing pharmacies are located. So it was also requested to create a distinguished facade rather than its interior design.
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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

5 Unique Ways to Design a Hair Salon.

Just as there are multiple styles of hair, there are multiple styles of salons. From boutiques to high end luxury operations, each one can represents a certain style and brand recognition. Here are five salons from around the globe that do a good job of standing out from the crowd.

MOSS Salon by FAAB Architektura, Kraków – Poland

MOSS hair, nail and beauty salon is the compilation of two spaces, previously separated and located on the different levels. The lower level, accessible directly from the street, consists of main entrance/reception, hair salon and manicure/pedicure zone. The upper level, accessible via bespoke stairs, houses beauty salon/spa and relaxation zone.

Roji Salon by Craig Tan Architects, Canberra – Australia

Located in the celebrated NewActon Nishi development and affiliated with the award winning Hotel Hotel, this design attempts to celebrate the nature of the haircut ritual, and to heighten the revival of the senses.

Murdock Soho Salon by Erik Munro, London – UK

Murdock London, the British gentleman’s grooming brand, opens its new London flagship store this Autumn 2015 in the heart of the West End in Brewer Street, part of the popular shopping district of the Crown Estate’s Regent Street Quarter.

Hair Stylist Salon by STUDIO 06, San Maurizio – Italy

This project is a redesign of an existing hair salon. The project is characterized by a big open space. Some elements as bamboo or different false ceiling create different work spaces without divide the salon.

Black Beard Barbershop by B&V Studio, Moscow – Russia

The space of barbershop is open and separated on three zones: there are working area, chilling zone and stuff. Materials and elements of decor are unusual and unconventional for use in hairdressers at all. The accent is on untreated surface’s beauty, for example, rusty metal ceiling, factory floor tiles with texture concrete, unevenly painted walls with graffiti.
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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

5 Wonderful Hotel Lighting Designs

Hotels literally come in all shapes and sizes. They each try to make their guests feel a specific way upon arrival, and lighting can help achieve the desired effect. Here are some of City Lighting Products favorite hotels designs.

Lima Duva Resort by IDIN Architects, Ko Samet – Thailand

Kameha Grand Zurich hotel by Marcel Wanders, Zurich – Switzerland

The Temple House Hotel by Make Architects, Chengdu – China

Candle 1978 Hotel by STUDIO AZELLIER, Seoul – South Korea

The Vendue Hotel by LS3P, Charleston – South Carolina

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Tuesday, October 13, 2015


The infrastructure of any city across the globe is an extremely important factor in safety and functionality. Citizens need to have safe roads, bridges, dams, and even street lights. Without them, our cities would have many issues that we see as formalities in our modern lives. However, what makes infrastructure and expensive and laborious task is the constant upkeep needed to prevent them from failing. While highways are of vital importance, streetlights are more of an annoyance to the average person.
However, these lights use a large amount of energy, and can be time consuming to replace as the burn out. That is why many cities are choosing to invest in LED lighting for their communities. “Currently, there are more than 2,000 LED and smart streetlight projects globally. By 2025, cities across the globe will invest $64 billion in LED lighting and ‘smart’ streetlights, with 84% of world’s streetlights converting into LEDs by 2025, and 37% networked, or ‘smart’.”
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