'Granny' pendant lamp by Pudelskern Design for Casamania, 2010
There’s somewhat of a contradiction at the heart of Casamania’s new pendant lamp ‘Granny’, designed by Pudelskern Design and shown at the recent Maison & Objet design fair in Paris: a light (and, ergo, heat) source that sports a natural-wool covering. The aesthetic is industrial-design-meets-toothy-craft. While the wool comes from Tyrolian sheep, the lamp itself is knitted by hand in the Netherlands. You’ll be pleased to hear the material is fire-retardant…
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Crate shelf by Martin Born
The modules of the Crate shelf can be composed in full freedom of alignment and orientation. This three-dimensional predicate uncloses applications inaccessible to the typological wall-form: Choreographed “movements” and sophisticated access paths are as easily realised as more ordinary setups. Together with a nuanced palette of colours, the system gives architects an immense freedom in elaborating and coordinating the storage piece as an active design element.
Clamp light by Martin Born
The plug-in reading and accent light Clamp has a very figurative character and appears more as a ‘neighbour object’ than a technical illumination instrument. The lamp is powered by a recharchable battery and contains a LED light source.
These two wonderful products were designed by the young German designer Martin Born who was based in Helsinki and now just opened his new studio in Eindhoven.
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