Modular Lamps Make Switching on a Light Interactive
March 22, 2016 - table lamp
Lighting designers are carrying a moment. In August, we brought we a story of Node, a array of sculptural steel lamps bright when users bond a rotating steel tools like a real-life diversion of Monument Valley. Meanwhile, an ever-greater series of innovative shapes and materials are anticipating their approach into designs from Brooklyn to a Netherlands.
Now, from Mexico City-based multidisciplinary pattern organisation Esrawe, founded by industrial engineer Héctor Esrawe, comes a collection of timber and coronet modular lights, called Vari, launched final month during a collateral city’s Zona Maco Art Fair.
Made as partial of a collection of home products and furnishings debuted during a uncover called Prima Materia, a lighting collection comprises a party of options: Vari 1, a high walnut building flare on a cylindrical coronet base; Vari 2, a walnut list flare with a turn coronet block on one end; Vari 3, a rectilinear square of walnut on a coronet mount operated around a round steel slider that controls a turn of illumination; and Vari 4, a touch-activated walnut flare set on a focussed coronet base. Take a look.