Piet Hein Eek expands operation of created ceramic lamps

April 27, 2016 - table lamp

Milan 2016: Dutch engineer Piet Hein Eek has launched a operation of new furniture and accessories, that includes a elementary list flare with a combined ceramic shade (+ slideshow).

The collection, that ranges from large limited-edition seat pieces to smaller equipment such as vases, was on uncover during a Spazio Rossana Orlandi gallery during Milan pattern week.

Single Template Lamp by Piet Hein Eek
Eek’s Single Template Lamp is done from a singular ceramic mould

Eek has stretched a operation of combined ceramic lamps he introduced final year to embody a accumulation of colours and a list edition.

Each cuboid-shaped cover has a recess containing a tuber and a simple metal switch. The Single Template Lamp can possibly be stood on a finish or mounted on a wall as a down- or up-lighter.

Single Template Lamp by Piet Hein Eek
The ceramic cover has been mounted onto a steel rod to emanate a list lamp

“It’s one cover that can be used for roughly each purpose; on a wall, subsequent to a bed, on a shelves, or a list lamp,” Eek told Dezeen.

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For a list lamp, a ceramic cover is mounted onto a coronet rod that is afterwards bound to a relating ceramic base.

Eek combined a 40×40 Ceramic Coffee Table for Rossana Orlandi

The low-tech flare and its cardboard wrapping are done wholly in-house, as are all a pieces launched in Milan, Eek told Dezeen.

“It is since we get a headache from producing with others that we do all ourselves,” Eek told Dezeen. “If it is from a brand, it is done in Eindhoven, with a possess machines and a possess people.”

40x40 Ceramic Coffee Table by Piet Hein Eek
The list is done from 40 by 40 millimetre tiles mounted onto an aluminium support and is designed to be used outdoors

Eek also designed a limited-edition outward coffee list generally for gallerist Rossana Orlandi. The list is a take on his Waste Waste 40×40 collection, that was combined by meticulously gluing together 40 by 40 millimetre squares of throw wood.

Instead of regulating wood, Eek used 40 by 40 millimetre ceramic tiles in dark pastel colours, that he mounted onto an aluminium frame.

“The tiles direct a absurd volume of work, many some-more than a 40×40 scrap-wood blocks,” Eek told Dezeen.

Beam Cupboard No 2
The Beam Cupboard is designed to resemble a raise of built beams resting on a coronet plinth

“We done a interior from aluminium with a punching machines and afterwards we put porcelain on a outside, that gives a really light and clever structure to put a tiles on,” he added. “It’s of march intensely weatherproof compared to many other materials.”

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Eek also presented a limited-edition cabinet, a list and dual stools all done from scrap-wood tiles, as good as a sideboard that resembles a raise of built beams resting on a coronet plinth.

Waste Tile Cabinet by Piet Hein Eek
Scrap-wood tiles cover Eek’s limited-edition Waste Tile Cabinet

“The beams were utterly identical to a ones a patron had in his plantation looking over from a lounge to a margin so that’s how we motionless to make a really low raise of beams,” Eek told Dezeen. “The handles of a drawers and cabinets are dark to make a pattern as convincing as possible.”

The Waxine Old Lamps Table Lights are done from a recycled flare shade that rests on a made-to-measure base

Eek also used recycled materials to emanate a operation of lights that resemble normal oil lamps. Each one consists of an aged flare shade that sits on a made-to-measure steel base.

“It’s a arrange of brew of aged vintage, classical normal construction, and complicated machines,” pronounced a designer.

Eek combined a Hand-Folded Tiny Wall Lamp by punching and folding steel to emanate a form shade

Eek presented a tiny wall flare with a folded steel shade and a frame LED lamp, creatively combined for an old French indent he converted into a span of holiday homes.

Metal Sandwich Vase by Piet Hein Eek
Sheets of rubbish brass, copper and steel have been used to emanate a Metal Sandwich Vase

A vase done from rubbish brass, copper and steel, and a bullion velour chronicle of Eek’s army beanbag from 2015 were also on show.

Other products displayed during Spazio Rossana Orlandi during this year’s Milan pattern week, that took place from 12 to 17 Apr 2016, enclosed an eyewear collection combined from exam samples of new biodegradable plastics.

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