Joel Hoff designs rotating list flare for Wrong for Hay
September 24, 2015 - table lamp
The Turn On flare facilities a globe-shaped tuber that rests atop a lead cylindrical bottom permitted in a choice of 4 finishes: black, silver, red and green.
By branch a column-shaped bottom of a flare – described by a code as “effortlessly simple” – users can gradually adjust a liughtness of a bulb, or spin a light off.
The pattern is a growth of Hoff‘s Switch Light graduation project, that was a target of a Hay Talent Award in 2014.
The Turn On flare is on arrangement as partial of a wider muster during designjunction, in which the brand’s entire lighting collection is brought together for a initial time in one place.
The muster is on arrangement until 27 Sep 2015 in a grand atrium space of designjunction’s The College venue on Southampton Row, that is holding place as partial of London Design Festival 2015.
“The particular fun of London, a home of Wrong for Hay, is ideally in justification within a faded Victorian loftiness of a atrium space within The College building,” a code pronounced in a statement.
“Vaulted ceilings and a potion architecture roof yield a perfect setting for a celebratory muster of on-going and permitted design,” they added.
The initial 200 editions of a flare will be permitted for visitors to squeeze in the Wrong for Hay lighting kiosk in a space.
Hay also launched a series of new pieces for a Wrong for Hay collection during final year’s London Design Festival.
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