As an authorized distributor of Axo Light in Poland we would like to inform you that Poland takes the 5th place among the countries worldwide which sell the luminaries of this brand. According to the statistics only five countries, including Germany, Russia, Italy and the USA are ahead of us. It is very useful to be in course of the statistic data, but the fact is that for the several decades Axo has been progressing so much that Axo Light products have become extremely popular among the Poles. What kind of progress? – you can ask us. We are going to tell you about it a little bit later. The newest products released by Axo Light over the last two years have not disappointed the brand’s fans – quite the contrary! And-yes, their new products are really stunning!
1. Fedora suspension lamp from Axo Light
Three distinctive colors are the basis for the collection of Fedora lamps, captured in a specific and highly decorative form. Diffuser is available in the following variations: bronze, rose gold and chrome. The lower part of the lampshade is made of transparent glass. Designer of Fedora lamp Dima Loginoff says that on creation of this lamp he has been inspired by the Russian tradition. The lamp’s modern, minimalist form has meticulously captured luxury, beauty and wealth. Though, compared to the icons of the Russian design Fedora looks quite modest, this only works on its favour. Form of this lamp will remind you the shape of the classic Matryoshka doll. It may seem that we have known about Matryoshka doll for ages, but in fact Matryoshka doll is rather modern, because it appeared at the same time as the cinema. The form of the lamp refers to the numerous layers and the possibility of finding one doll in the other. At the first glimpse, Fedora appears as an artwork taken straight out of Japanese culture. The designer himself has a few Matryoshka dolls, all in one color: gold. He adores this shape. Fedora is a Russian old-style name, shortly Dora. This was the name of Dima's grandmother, so due to her the unique collection got the name.
studiolafaktoria.com offers the Fedora suspension lamp with one light, a cluster of three, six and twelve lights, and seven lights in a line.
More information about Dima Loginoff, designer of this unique lamp you can find below, in the description of the Mountain View lamp.
2. Wall lamp Fairy from Axo Light
Lamps Fairy are made of aluminium and chrome. In this collection different typologies are available, such as ceiling lamp, including recessed version, wall lamp and single or multiple suspensions. Glass diffusers are available in amber and grey. Suspension lamps are also available in matte bronze and matte nickel finish.
3. Mountain View suspension lamp from Axo Light
Mountain View suspension lamp is made of transparent blown glass. It is a unique handmade piece of art. It is available in transparent glass with a chrome or golden frame. It also has two more special versions: with the diffuser in amber and gold, which gives a very pleasant, warm light effect and in grey color, with a chrome frame for the cooler light.
Mountain View is the work of a well-known Russian designer – Dima Loginoff. This eternally young designer of functional art has been working with such world - known brands, as Artemide, Vitra, Elle Decoration, Studio Italia Design and of course, with Axo Light. He is the winner of various international contests, has prestigious awards. Among them are: Red Dot Awards, International Design Awards, the title of Design & Design Award, etc. Dima has been nominated three times for the prestigious award for young designers, annually granted by ELLE. His Mountain View design has been distinguished with the Interior Design's Best of Year Awards.
4. U-light lamps collection
U-Light is a modern and minimalistic collection of lightweight aluminium suspension lamps. Axo Light offers this model in two colors: anthracite grey and antiqued bronze, and in three sizes. U-Light has won NYCxDESIGN Award from Interior Design Magazine.
Timo Ripatti, responsible for this unique project, lives and creates in Helsinki. He has a design studio – Studio Ripatti. In his projects he combines as sculptural so poetic forms but at the same time his works are characterized by typical Finnish functionality. During his career he had the opportunity to design both lamps and furniture. From time to time he also creates art installations. He works in Finland and abroad. He received the prestigious Furniture Designer of the Year Award 2010. He reads lectures about furniture design for students at the Institute of Design and Fine Arts in Lahti.