If you’ve read this months Houses magazine, you may have spied Volker’s U.L.O. Pendant hovering on its pages. This new design has been making quite a splash, and can be spotted in a few of this month’s interiors magazines. Please contact us with any enquiries.
Don’t be fooled by the illusion, the new Balancing Act pendant illustrates more craft than magic. This carefully counter-balanced design appears to defy logic, poised in mid-air as the unusual lamp becomes the functional core of the piece rather than simple decoration. Trickery and elegance are the stars of this act.
A new design has landed at the Volker Haug studio… Our U.L.O. (Unidentified Lighting Object) pendant has arrived and is making quite a splash! This bright and bubbly little shade is agleam in spun copper currents, rippling hypnotically outward in a pool of lustrous molten liquid.
This elegant pendant includes a matching canopy fixture, and comes complete with a Volker Haug lamp and coloured fabric cable of your choice. Designed and handcrafted in our Melbourne studio.
Tyrone and Hailey’s ‘Arch House’ in Warburton, Vic, was featured in series 3 of Grand Designs Australia. The couple used a number of Volker’s designs in their rather impressive home. This months Grand Designs Australia Magazine (August 2013) included a feature on the ‘Arch House’, putting Volker’s designs on their pages.
Volker Haug: Light Hearted
Lighting always presents designers with the opportunity to be more daring, to engage in ways you can’t with a chair or a table. Well, they don’t come much more daring (or cheeky) than Melbourne-based designer, Volker Haug. We’ve just unexpectedly popped into your studio, what do we see before us?…
Very bright ideas
Light bulbs sustained by colorful trees of electrical wires. Candleholders wrapped in fruit, (plastic) vegetables and pins. They may seem bizarre industrial pieces, but Volker Haug created them by hand with recycled materials.
I’ve got a bright idea! How about lighting up your life in a whole new way? Volker Haug is the most innovative light designer in town, and he has a brand new studio in the Abbottsford Convent to envision and execute. His lights are minimalist and industrial in design, and they always, always set the mood. What does Volker do when the lights go out? Keep reading.
…even more these days hospitality venues are trying to look different and have a personal feel…