The Cosmic collection consists of various sub-categories. Within the collection are the categories, Cosmic Angel, Cosmic Landscape, Cosmic Leaf, Cosmic Leaf mini, Cosmic Mugg, Cosmic Rotation and Cosmic Rotation reflection. All of these lamps have a state-of-the-art design and are suited to contemporary interiors. The forms of the Cosmic range have been researched and studied down to the minutest detail and they find their perfect place among modern and cutting-edge furnishings.
It is a series of lighting that lends itself to all areas of the home; they are different and innovative and suited as lighting for bathroom, bedroom, kitchen and living room as well as for shops and offices.
The undulating style of Cosmic Angel is soft and floating; the lamp almost seems to move by itself thanks to its structure and perforated shell in aluminium that lightens the whole look. The Angel lamp consists of a complex geometry, which seems to challenge the laws of gravity, moving lightly in the air. The Cosmic Landscape stays within the theme of modernity yet resembles a three dimensional sponge of light. Its outlines are undefined; in fact it looks like a nebula hovering in space. The structure is in coated metal and is well designed for a contemporary interior. It is available both as a ceiling and as wall light.
The Cosmic Leaf is a LED floor lamp. It has an unusual design, shaped like an oblong leaf it grows from the ground reaching ever upwards. Its surface is covered in scales as though it was some kind of alien reptile and is made from chromed steel.
The Cosmic Mugg is a hanging lamp; its shape resembles a strange piece of marine life floating through the ocean. The structure is in bright aluminium while the reflector is in blown glass. The Cosmic Rotation is simpler in style, with its more linear shape it is suited both to modern and traditional interiors. It is a wall light capable of emitting a harmonious light while Cosmic Rotation reflection is similar to its predecessor but is a ceiling light. In fact this lamp has a more tranquil style and is well suited an interior furnished in a more classic or conventional style.
The designer Ross Lovegrove is an artist and visionary, inspired by the natural world and animals; in his work, he unites technology and the science of materials to create items that are unique in their field. His works are famous worldwide, and can be found at MoMa and the Guggenheim in New York and in the Pompidou Centre in Paris.