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‘Magnum’ light by Patrycja Domanska & Felix Gieselmann (AT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.07.2014 - Tagged as: , ,

'Magnum' light by Patrycja Domanska & Felix Gieselmann

‘Magnum’ light by Patrycja Domanska & Felix Gieselmann

One of 20 winning projects at the 2014 Biennale Interieur Award, ‘Magnum’ light by Patrycja Domanska and Felix Gieselmann is a versatile lamp that transforms with a simple hand movement.

 

 

 

Matt black, Magnum is a minimalist design that consists of a coated aluminum rod and a luminous body in the form of a disc. “This simple composition enables a wide range of applications.” says Domanska and Gieselmann. “Depending on the direction the luminous body is applied, the light is transformed into a ceiling or room light. Or in a portable table lighting – the lampshade can be taken off together with the bracket.

 

'Magnum' light by Patrycja Domanska & Felix Gieselmann

‘Magnum’ light by Patrycja Domanska & Felix Gieselmann

A magnetic plug adapted from the automotive industry both conducts and connects the rod to the light-emitting element, making it is possible to position the screen as required.

 

'Magnum' light by Patrycja Domanska & Felix Gieselmann

‘Magnum’ light by Patrycja Domanska & Felix Gieselmann

 

to the Patrycja Domanska website

 

to the Felix Gieselmann website

 

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