expanding lamp by erik stehmann based on hoberman sphere principles
expanding lamp by erik stehmann based on hoberman sphere principles
dec 17, 2012
expanding lamp by erik stehmann based on hoberman sphere principles

‘expanding lamp’ by erik stehmann

taking cues from the principles of the hoberman sphere and how it contracts and increases in size, erik stehmann‘s ‘expanding lamp’
has the ability to enlarge from a desk to standing floor version through the simple push and pull of its components –
hundreds of connections and hinges made from oakwood.


expanding lamp by erik stehmann




expanding lamp by erik stehmann
detail of the hinge components




expanding lamp by erik stehmann
the light can expand from a desk top to standing floor lamp




expanding lamp by erik stehmann
the lamp illuminated in its contracted form


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