Inside Out inverts attribute between steel and concrete

July 6, 2015 - table lamp

Product Description

Inside Out is a list flare assembled from petrify that facilities a coronet lampshade. The primary idea in a pattern of this flare was to prominence a non-static characteristics of concrete. Although a complicated and severe material, it can be manipulated to emanate a really minute and excellent structure. On side of a flare facilities a severe aspect compared with petrify that represents a ‘outside’ of a body. The other side has been designed with a rhythmic form formed suggested in tiny stairs going into a physique of a flare that paint a ‘inside.’

The atypical shade is stoical of only a frame, portraying a armature typically used in petrify structures externally, this inversion of of materials serve continues a ‘inside out motif.’ Furthermore, a form is formed on Fibonacci’s spiral, a process gives a intent a peace and continual lines that brings a square together.

Specifications: 470mm high 6 kg

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