Spanish pattern use Aguskim Studio has combined a collection of lamps desirous by a full moon for lighting code Almerich.
Comprising a floor, list and cessation lamp, the minimalist Moon collection facilities palm blown opal potion creation diffusers, organised in several compositions on brass, chrome or lacquered frames.
The list flare facilities dual opposite sized diffusers and a aspect for storing and displaying objects. The building flare facilities 3 opposite sized potion creation diffusers and a reduce aspect that can be used as a side table.
Meanwhile, a cessation lamps are done adult of a network of 3 to 5 potion globes of several opposite sizes.
“Its minimalist pattern and a multiple of a geometric forms make it have a clever impression and a offset disorder,” explained a designers, Maria Kim and Agustin García, who creatively combined a Moon array in 2015.
After presenting a collection to Almerich a following year, a designs were put into prolongation in 2017 and showcased a same year at Feria Habitat Valencia in Sep 2017.
“The collection is innate from a list lamp, that is stoical of dual light points and a support bottom that identifies it and compute it from other lamps,” a designers told Dezeen.
“It is designed to be on a sideboard, during a hotel accepting or in a store,” they continued. “We finished a Moon collection with a building flare with 3 light points and a support base, designed to be nearby a chair or during a opening of a house, and dual cessation lamps that adjust a same aesthetic, a tiny one with 3 light points and a large one with 5 light points.”
Both graduates of the UCH-CEU pattern academy in Valencia, Spain, Maria Kim and Agustin García worked in several pattern and pattern firms before entrance together to set adult Aguskim Studio in 2014.
The twin state that they essay to emanate singular products and graphics that “achieve harmony with a finish user”.
Aguskim Studio is not a initial to demeanour to a skies for impulse when conceptualizing lighting. Just final month, German designer Stefan Diez launched a collection of astronomical lights with invisible light sources for lighting brand Vibia, while Tel Aviv engineer Nir Meiri’s lamp features dual round diffusers that any demeanour like a intense full moon.