Zero at Stockholm Furniture&Light Fair

Zero's lamp families grow with bold new designs

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Zero at Stockholm Furniture&Light Fair
31/01/2019 - Zero presents its new colelction for 2019 in keeping with their preference for attractive, functional designs for both indoor and outdoors. This year’s designs see new members joining well-established product families, while new designers will also showcase their work at the Stockholm Furniture and Lighting Fair. The new pieces by Zero mix new interpretations of classic materials, bold shades, and a variety of designs from minimal to industrial. Pathfinder Bollard by Zero

Pathfinder Bollard by Zero

Convex Circle and Convex MiniJens Fager
Convex Circle is a pendant chandelier that enriches the popular Convex collection. One has a diameter of 800 mm, the other a large 1400 mm with five and nine LED-equipped light sources respectively. Convex Mini is now the smallest pendant fixture in the family. It looks great in groups: individually or together with members of the same family. Standard versions available in black, white and galvanised metal. Convex Circle by Zero

Convex Circle by Zero

Curve - Front
Designed for the newly renovated Art Library at Nationalmuseum, Curve borrows its personality from the classical library lamp. In this transformed interpretation, the suite of pendants, floor and table lamps become calming, languid figures. In traditional green and white glass or with metal shades in pigeon-blue, ivory, white or green. Curve by Zero

Curve by Zero

City GlobeThomas Bernstrand
Since 2015, the City fixture with its archetypal design, generous diameter and broad areas of use has grown into a large family that includes various types of globes, large and small. Now City is also available as a pole fixture or hung from a wire. An outer shade in grey-toned polycarbonate meets an inner of crackled or opal glass in different colours. City Globe by Zero

City Globe by Zero

PathfinderKauppi & Kauppi
Pathfinder is an easy to place sculptural family of fixtures designed to illuminate thoroughfares, pathways, facades and areas under roofs. The neat scale and moderate presentation is inspired by the signposts of old, and Pathfinder creates direction and defines place in a very effective manner. The pole fixtures have one or more heads in various combinations and directions.

Zero on ArchiproductsCity Globe by Zero

City Globe by Zero

City Globe by Zero

City Globe by Zero

Pathfinder Wall by Zero

Pathfinder Wall by Zero

Convex Circle by Zero

Convex Circle by Zero

Convex Mini by Zero

Convex Mini by Zero

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