thinkk studio: const lamp
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apr 14, 2012
thinkk studio: const lamp

‘const’ by thinkk
27 x 25 x 35 cm

all images courtesy of thinkk

thailand-based design studio thinkk uses play as a methodology for their design process. the concept for the ‘const’ desk lamp is based on three
simple elements: a base, body and shape. the components combine expression with function. the marble bottom keeps the octagon-shaped oak
frame balanced, while the angle of the aluminum cover can be adjusted by simply rotating it.
the ‘const’ lamp is
on show at spazio rossana orlandi during milan design week 2012.

marble base with ridges

rotating wooden oak arm

white, yellow and red aluminum shades

three major components

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