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New luminaires for the homely garden

Due to the trend towards a flowing transition between indoors and outdoors, the design of outdoor luminaires and their lighting effect continues to gain in importance. They provide safety around the building and create an atmospheric ambience.

Jul 12 2021

Gople Outdoor by Artemide (Design: BIG Bjarke Ingels Group) 

Free and mobile light: Gople is a luminaire family with a striking geometric diffuser made of plastic with a number of variants for the garden. It can hang from a branch or frame like a lantern, be freestanding to illuminate the patio or balcony, or be stuck into the lawn or bed on a pole with two different heights. A long cable with IP plug is used for power supply. With all four versions together, a lively and varied lighting of the outdoor area can be created.

Geometrically shaped Gople outdoor luminaire © Artemide

Bloom Collection by Vondom (Design: Eugeni Quitllet) 

For planting and lighting: The organically shaped Bloom floor lamp made of polyethylene is transformed by LEDs into an illuminated sculpture for indoor or outdoor use. A five-metre cable makes the light source flexible to set up. The Catalan designer created a matching planter whose shape resembles the Bloom luminaire - only turned by 180 degrees. Luminaire and planter enable the harmonious design of balcony or terrace.

Light and planter: the Bloom Collection © Vondom

Donut by Bolia (Design: Michael H. Nielsen) 

Cordless lamp on a ribbon: Donut, a mobile rechargeable lamp made of white PVC, can be switched on and off with a quick shaking movement. Its ring shape is reminiscent of pastries from the USA, but at 17 cm wide it is considerably larger. A cord can be attached to the round opening to hang the light object on a tree or bush. Donut provides light for up to 24 hours before it needs to be recharged. It does not like direct moisture. Before it rains, you should bring it indoors.

Donut rechargeable ring lamp © Bolia

Loon by Dedon (Design: Sebastian Herkner) 

Plastic and teak, charmingly combined: Loon is a balloon-like luminaire made of matt polyethylene that rests on a decorative base made of teak. The luminaire provides warm, atmospheric ambient light indoors as well as outdoors. It is operated with LEDs and is rechargeable. Designer Sebastian Herkner originally designed Loon as a matching accessory to his Mbrace seating collection for Dedon, but it is also versatile independently. 

Cube by Höfarts (Design: Thomas Kaiser, Christian Wassermann) 

Fire basket as a source of light: If you want to sit comfortably by an open fire in summer, Cube is a safe alternative to the freely piled up wood pile. A stainless steel fire bowl is attached to a rotating axle inside the basket. In this way, the construction can be turned around and the flames are simply smothered. For this, the bowl does not have to be touched or emptied. Cube can also be used without fire. Turned upside down, it serves as a practical outdoor stool or side table, embellished with a bamboo support board. Further accessories transform Cube into a barbecue or provide a cover.

Fire basket Cube - atmospheric and safe © Höfarts

Flindt Garden by Louis Poulsen (Designer: Christian Flindt) 

Sculptural bollard luminaire: Flindt Garden emits downward directed light without glare. The LED lamp is concealed in the asymmetrical recess in the upper part of the bollard light, which is optionally made of Corten steel or aluminium. The outdoor luminaires are available in a short or long version, which are mounted with a ground spike, ground piece or base plate. They are suitable for the illumination of private gardens as well as for commercial outdoor areas.

Minimalist Flindt Garden bollard lights © Louis Poulsen

Ginger Outdoor by Marset (Design: Joan Gaspar) 

For indoors and outdoors: with the Ginger collection by Marset, interiors and exteriors can be illuminated in a uniform design line. Characteristic for the series is its black lacquered structure with a disc-shaped diffuser made of aluminium. The new outdoor luminaire family includes wall luminaires, small floor luminaires and a lamppost of almost three metres in height, all equipped with LEDs.

Ginger Outdoor, matching the indoor collection © Marset

Moon by Solpuri (Design: Klaus Nolting) 

Solar lamp with remote control: The Moon luminaire family by Solpuri includes floor lamps with filigree legs made of powder-coated aluminium as well as a pendant luminaire that is suspended from a frame (optionally available in two heights). The rechargeable lamp is charged by a solar panel or via USB connection. The programme ranges from a table lamp to a 190 cm high maxi lamp that can provide light for an entire lounge group. The luminaires are mobile and can be taken along by their handle - indoors and outdoors - wherever light is needed.

The Moon floor lamp is also available with solar panel © Solpuri

With good lighting for the garden, terrace or balcony, the outdoor area can become an extended living room even at dusk and at night. Besides creating a pleasant atmosphere, outdoor luminaires provide orientation and safety. 

Author: Heike Edelmann

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