Arik Levy’s Ghost collection was named winner of this year’s Archiproducts Design Awards (ADA) in the lighting category.
The prestigious international awards recognize excellence in several categories, with a special emphasis on the ability to combine functionality and beauty, innovation and aesthetics and the creative use of materials and shapes.
A jury composed of renowned international architects, designers, photographers, editors, and art directors evaluated entries, and on November 24 winners were presented with a Limited Edition trophy created by Spanish studio MUT Design at a ceremony in Milan’s Zona Tortona.
Ghost represents a contemporary reimagining of the grand lights that once graced entryways and living areas. True to its name, it evokes a luminous ethereal presence, radiating a warm glow from the smooth surface of its handblown triplex opal glass.
The collection is available in a table lamp and a pendant. The table lamp features a stacked silhouette of sensuous forms encircled by a black band that serves as a hand-touch dimmer.
Diffusers in a choice of white, burgundy, and amber illuminate the tulip-like shapes, offering personalised lighting effects.
The oversized pendant floats overhead from nearly invisible cables to create an elegant focal point. Its sculptural silhouette appears to descend like a spirit from the sky, suspended low for dramatic effect.