La Ca Phe
– Asian street restaurant
– Rustic linear out door lighting
Arc’ – Yaron Tal
– origami light –
Arc’ – Liat Asig & Nir Portal
The impressive design project of “ONE” Asian restaurant in Tel – Aviv challenged our studio on a new technical level: we were asked to build a big geometrical lighting fixture, We started with the process of “cracking” down the geometry of the body and finding technical solutions to execute a lighting fixture of this magnitude.
We processed & computerized the geometry and planed accordingly a main structure, dressed it in a soft shell layer – allowing maximal flexibility of the geometrical design. As a light source we proposed using LED modules, which greatest advantage is low power cost combined with low maintenance.
Length : 5 m’ , Width: 30 cm , Hight : 30 cm.
The Floating cranes of Asian fusion “River ” restaurant in Raanana
Architect Guy Velikson and Dudi Azuz
Floating objects – by Studio beam
The design concept of the architect of the “River “ project was inspired by origami – Japanese paper folding art featuring in his vision of a flock of cranes in the sky.
We received an abstract sketch of the objects the chosen materiel was white corian palettes – a unique prestigious material that enables a sharp absolute finish of clean folded corners, as same as the origami design language. The corian is the perfect material since it’s known for the wide selection of sculpturing options it can be used for.
The floating cranes from the ceiling of the River restaurant emphasis the Asian fusion design in which the restaurants space and the menu served in the place speak in the same language.
Coffee shop Tel Aviv port
– Metalic shades –
This project comprised a dialogue with architect Ronen Levin that lead us to a ping-pong process in several stages with an emphasis on metal lighting fixtures in bold colors and a meticulous finish.
Our challenge was to create a composition of metallic light fixtures in lively colors and different sizes, while maintaining a delicate airy look to them and avoiding the heaviness that usually characterizes large metal bodies.
Our solution was creating subtle separations in the outer cylinder shell enabling light to hatch it, which adds to the metal body an additional design detail emphasizing its airy appearance.
The meticulous finish was achieved by crafting and silver soldering by hand.
The lighting composition integrates the colorful joy that characterizes the “loveit “chain