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Mon 20.9.

‘Under my Skin’: Bina Baitel’s exhibition at NextLevel Galerie in Paris

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 20.09.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , , , ,

'Aurelia' lamp by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie

With her award-winning project ‘Pull-Over’, realised with the support of VIA (Promotion of Innovation in Furniture) in 2008, the Israel designer Bina Baitel presented a higly inventive floorlamp which is characterised by a luminous skin made from micro-perforated optical fibers connected to LEDs, passing through a layer of translucent silicone. The flexible skin can be unrolled over and over again through a simple movement in order to vary the light atmosphere.

The NextLevel Galerie in Paris dedicated its current exhibition to Bina Baitel’s work. The gallery is producing ‘Pull-Over’ lamp as well as Bina Baitel’s new Skins collection in limited edition. The exhibition runs from 16 September until 6 November, 2010.

'Aurelia' by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie

'Aurelia' by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie

'Pull-over' by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie

'Pull-Over' by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie

'Harebell' by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie

'Harebell' by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie

'Snug' the rug lamp by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie

'Snug' by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie

to the NextLevel Galerie website

to the Bina Baitel website

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