Davidpompa pairs pinkish volcanic stone and copper for Ambra flare range

October 29, 2017 - table lamp

Design studio Davidpompa has forged rose-hued cantera mill mined in Mexico, and teamed it with copper to emanate this span of wall and list lights.

Launched during this year’s Design Week Mexico, a Ambra wall and list flare occupy cantera rosa – a pinkish mill shaped of volcanic remains and lava. The mill was historically used in Mexican pattern since it can be simply forged into different, accurate shapes, and is also durable.

Mexico City-based Davidpompa chose a element for these same reasons, sourcing a pink-toned chronicle from three Mexican cities: San Luis Potosí, Morelia and Zacatecas.

For a Ambra wall lamp, a studio cut a mill into a cylinder, that it afterwards equivalent plumb from a round copper base. An LED light slots into a dark cut-out, formulating an surreptitious illumination.

“With an eye throwing personality, Ambra is a singular wall flare that stands out for a minimal, surprising proportions,” pronounced a studio. “Its volumes yield an engaging downlight to interior settings by raised a light onto a wall.”

The chandelier can be mounted in any course so that a light can gleam in opposite ways, and a studio says it is best gifted as a array propitious on a wall.

An elongated chronicle of a cylinder forms a bottom of a Ambra list light. A copper tube is propitious on top, fluctuating somewhat above, and is capped by a thinner chunk of cantera that reflects a light inside. The flare also includes a dimmer switch.

“The surprising figure fills a sourroundings with a colourful light, that reflects in a copper and cantera stone, as good as on a station surface,” pronounced a studio. “It is not only about a new shape, though rather new light, a change between element composition, and light function.”

Davidpompa has formerly designed a high station light with a pinkish mill and copper. It denounced a dual new lights during a Diseño Contenido muster during Design Week Mexico, that took place from 11 to 15 Oct 2017.

The proxy muster showcased a work of Mexican designers and stores in shipping containers erected in Mexico City’s Parque Lincoln.

Volcanic mill was also used by Mexico-based Ayres to emanate a array of vessels, that were shown during a Inédito exhibition in Museo Tamayo during a pattern festival.

Ayres’s vases was among Dezeen’s tip collect of a exhibition’s rising designers from Mexico and Latin America, with others including comely mill vases, seat done of timber chips and a set of balancing match lamps.

source ⦿ https://www.dezeen.com/2017/10/29/ambra-wall-table-lamp-davidpompa-design-week-mexico/

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