studio x | Living room
The Lampampe lamp was created by the poet of light himself - Ingo Maurer. A unique table lamp composed by Japanese paper and metal. The paper of Lampampe is crinkled. This is an intended design attribute, which makes it a lamp with sculptural features. The paper screens are lid up from inside - giving both an indirect gentle diffused light as well as a direct downturned light.
The Shiraz sofa was inspired by loosely conjoined, communication enhancing traditional Persian seating islands as well as by classical seating furniture. The Shiraz series underlies a flexible system of seating options that impressively harmonises modern and traditional elements. The central element of this design concept is the ability to combine various backrests with different seating elements.
With just a few years on it's back this modular sofa Extrasoft by Italian master Piero Lissoni has already become a classic whit an almost iconic image. It offers a casual aspect and a soft, more yielding and malleable comfort. Cosy and restful seats which can be placed next to each other in a geometrical configuration, but with irregular contours. Also available in a version for out door.
Celebrating Valerie Object's fifth anniversary the Belgian design couple Muller van Severen created ceiling lamp no. 4 & no. 5 to set the celebratory mood. The rounded shape of the lamp resembles a serpentine hung from the ceiling for a party, and presents a spontaneously and in some way playful mode of expression. The lamps are minimalistic but yet striking – the seemingly effortless structure giving room for the sculptural qualities.
Square stool by Danish architecture-build praxis Archival Studies made as part of ‘Select Furniture Studies’ - a special edition of furniture. The chair is finished in a luminous, deep, warm and cool magenta color referencing the Mexican Architect Luis Barragán’s use of this magical color. With a deep interest in traditional joinery techniques, Archival Studies use digital fabrication to interpret and preserve traditional craft, while practicing modern production methods.