Boutique Design - July/August 2009 - (Page 44)

DREAMbook: lighting 2 1 Light up the Night 3 More dreamy products you say? Well, we’re answering the call. DREAMbook, boutique DESIGN’s sister magazine + blog will now be included in each issue of BD. We’ve got some droolworthy lighting for you this time around. Keep sending your products to us for potential inclusion next time. — RG 4 6 5 1 Leucos Proving that art and lighting do not need to be mutually exclusive, Leucos has created Moai. It’s a minimalist’s dream. 2 Orestes Suarez Lighting Collection Opulence is often material. In this case, this pendant light is as decadent as can be—with material options in copper, nickel and even 24K gold. The light is part of the Mayan Lighting Series, which is inspired by the Mayan civilization. 44 • boutique DESIGN july/august 2009 3 FontanaArte Signage has never looked sexier. Cuboid, designed by Laurinda Spear of Arquitectonica, is a dual purpose light that surely sets a mood. 4 WAC The Brooklyn Restoration Collection, a series of Energy Star qualified glass pendants, features four pendant designs. Each is named after a section of Brooklyn (trendy section of Brooklyn that is). Park Slope and Cobble Hill are pictured. 5 Royal Botania Watch out for this little light. Cobra will sneak up on unsuspecting visitors outdoors. Luckily, it doesn’t bite. 6 Eureka Lighting Can’t you see these lights in a night club? They sure are provocative. Didi, by Eureka Lighting, are single unit lights that can be used to create limitless patterns.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Boutique Design - July/August 2009

Boutique Design - July/August 2009
Boutique Buzz
Photos from YLH Las Vegas
Snaps from the Boutique 18 Bash
Hotel Designers, Owners and Operators Speak to International Design and Development Trends
Banyan Tree Mayakoba Fuses Cultures without Missing a Beat
Celeste Cooper Creates a New ‘Comfort’ Inn, The Inn @ St. Botolph
Business Sense
GKV Architects Design the Ultimate Bathing Experience, an In-room Spa in Istanbul
ICRAVE Takes its Experiental Design Style Global
Point of View
Wanda Jankowski Interviews WATG’s Meagan Jacobi
The Best of ICFF
The Goods
Calendar/Advertisers Index

Boutique Design - July/August 2009