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Design studio Resident unveils innovative collection in Milan

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Local design studio Resident launches its latest revolutionary lighting and furniture collection at Milan’s Salone del Mobile

Design studio Resident unveils innovative collection in Milan

Established by Simon James and Scott Bridgens in 2011, Resident will launch its seventh collection in April at the annual Salone del Mobile furniture fair.

At Euroluce – the international lighting exhibition that’s part of the fair, Resident is announcing the release of ‘Circus’ light (above), a remarkable system of interconnected rings that can be arranged in sequence to create a striking vertical drop.

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Each brass ring projects a warm and elegantly diffused LED lightsource that spreads outwards to a 360-degree plane. The revolutionary plug-and-play system allows for power sharing between rings and a large range of variations to suit spaces of different shapes and sizes.

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‘Circus’ is a theatrical system designed for both commercial and residential environments. It’s available in two sizes – 500mm and 750mm diameter, which can be mixed.

Other releases include ‘Bloom’ pendant by Tim Rundle, a superelliptical form inspired by paper lanterns, and ‘Offset’ stool (above) and side table (feature image) by Philippe Malouin. The playful screw-together furniture is made in solid oak; durable pieces for everyday use.

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Images and video via: Resident

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