Good Design Award 2001 winner Mega Bulb designed by Sofie Refer
Sofie Refer was born in Denmark, 1974. In 2003 she finished from The Danish Design School, division of Item Style. Sofie Refer is companion and Imaginative Director of Refer + Staer Aps, a Danish design lighting company supplying special style illumination. Her designs are based upon Scandinavian simpleness combined with an opulent look. Throughout her company life she has actually focused on dealing with lighting design as she is captivated by light in all facet, encouraged that illumination is the most effective and crucial aspect in all environments. She produces lighting style with the deepest regard and passion for illumination. Because procedure she regularly seeks for brand-new ways to have fun with and express light, also by utilizing new technology components and lights.Mega BulbThe lampshade, the bulb and even the cable is clear, however the form of Bulb is traditional. The reflection and the thickness of the mouth blown glass gives it a dynamic and rich life. Here we view the genuine toughness of great glass art. Bulb succeeded the Good Design award 2001 by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Style and Layout. Sofie went on to gain other honors for her lights styles then date, such Wallpaper Design Award 2006 for Best Light and shortlisted for the Blueprint Design Award. Finest Light, additionally in 2006.ArrayArray is the result of cooperation in between 2 product designers, Sofie Refer and Jakob Staer, and illumination de- endorser Jesper Kongshaug. Kongshaug's experience with stage and building lighting is partially exactly what makes Array such a technically advanced lighting option. The LED innovation used in Array complies with the existing specifications for energy-efficient, eco-friendly lighting.Array is modular and can be organized in infinite variants; its feature can vary from decoration to a room- splitting building aspect. Just as suited for public areas, the contract market and private residences, it has the one-of-a-kind possibility to be both restrained and opulent-- a shimmering cascade or a much more solemn row of necklaces-- depending on specific needs and tastes.Ice Chandelier SR6 The motivation behind Sofie Refer's prize-winning Ice Light fixture harks back to the stunning glass and crystal chandeliers of the past. A collection of scintillating spheric necklaces, it keeps the luxurious appeal of that archetypal luminaire. Yet, Ice Chandelier's asymmetrical setup and simple, unembellished glass globes bring its visual right around day.Like much of Refer's work, Ice Chandelier is modular and invites the consumer to create his/her own distinct constellation. The armature consists of a circular or rectangular ceiling plate from which 9, 15, 16, 24, or 35 pendants can be hung. A wide range of setups allows the client a hand in taking the identification of the chandelier; 9 pendants can radiate classic Scandinavian austerity, while a waterfall of 35 offers a more dramatic illumination phenomenon.