Cameron Design House: brass, glass and retro inspirations

The new collection of three luminaires

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Cameron Design House: brass, glass and retro inspirations
04/10/2017 - Cameron Design House creations find inspiration from the merging of tranquil Finnish countryside contrasted by the bustling urban upbringing in busy central London. To celebrate the 4th anniversary of the company and the launch of its brand new website, Cameron Design House is announcing a new collection of three luminaires.

Haara: a truly stunning piece of contemporary design and engineering. Haara builds on the design ethos of Cameron Design House and pushes the technological boundaries of possibility.



The branching frame has a delicately poised form and finely engineered structure derived from close observation of nature. The cylindrical lanterns are assembled from hand drawn glass and polished brass creating an almost magical lighting diffuser whether illuminated or not.

Helmi meaning ‘pearl’ in the mother tongue of designer Ian Cameron, was conceived during a fishing trip near his Finnish hometown of Turku, this fully customizable luminaire is striking, sculptural and elegant, from its hand blown glass pearls, to its 24 carat gold industrial net, this piece provokes images of yesteryear dreaming.

Vesanto’s strong geometric form and simple clean lines are the result of Designer and in house engineer Simeon Chilvers study of Buckminster Fullers geodesics domes and hexagonal forms in nature. Simeon took the basic shapes then allowed geometry and aesthetics guide the outcome; this approach has resulted in a flawlessly built irregular hexagonal luminaire. 

Cameron Design House launched their new product range with help from architectural visualisation company Recent Spaces, their involvement has helped shape the exciting new website and help build a continually growing collection of beautiful images.

Cameron Design House on Archiproducts.comHaara

Haara

Helmi

Helmi

Vesanto

Vesanto

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