Need some inspiration? Check out the theme of the Arctic Design Week of 2020 – keep reading to know how to recreate the concept!
Every year, in March, Arctic Design Week inspires designers, students, scientists and artists, while promoting northern design expertise and business. Its “concept serves enterprises and communities in creatingsustainable and responsible success stories”, according to the new producer, Taina Torvela. And the theme for the 2020 edition this week is ReCreate, focusing on a sustainabledesign!
Arctic design is practical, closely connected to nature and built to function well, regarding the external conditions. It’s a total lifestyle! And one you can recreate in your home as well! Just by perhaps adapting the lighting fixtures in your rooms, you’ll certainly notice the difference. Everything plays its role, from colours (preference should be given to lighter colours, that make your home look brighter and more open – white is also one of the colours of this Spring season), usability (how easily you can direct the light where you want), and materials (preferably long-time resistant materials, since we’re aiming for sustainable investment). Our suggestions will certainly give you some ideas!
Duke by DelightFULL is a pendant light that brings all the simplicity from the 70s into this iconic modern light. Made of brass, with a beautiful gold-plated finish, it is a stunning bedroom ceiling light, but could also fit other settings, such as a mid-century modern living room.
These lamps will sure give your rooms a more practical, simpler look, since you can adjust them to give light to wherever you need! Try to choose lighter colours for the idea of an open, brighter space!
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