tent light by johan carpner + alexander lervik for zero lighting
tent light by johan carpner + alexander lervik for zero lighting tent light by johan carpner + alexander lervik for zero lighting
feb 16, 2013
tent light by johan carpner + alexander lervik for zero lighting

‘jeahna’ by alexander lervik and johan carpner



a tent illuminated by night in the forest brings about images of calm and serenity – alexander lervik and johan carpner have translated this visual
into a tangible object for the indoors. ‘jeahna’ features lightweight struts in black anodized aluminium covered by a white semi-transparent polyester,
this structural framework typically used in the design of the outdoor shelters. like real tents, the pendant lamps can be disassembled and fit into a small bag.
presented at stockholm furniture fair, the design is a result of a collaboration with swedish tentmaker hilleberg produced by zero lighting.
it is available in three sizes ranging from 1.5 to 5.5. metres in diameter.



detail of how the fabric is connected to the metal framework



the lamp can be disassembled and fit into a small bag when not in use, just like a real tent

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