front studio's plane lamps for zero at stockholm furniture + light fair 2016
front studio's plane lamps for zero at stockholm furniture + light fair 2016
feb 09, 2016

front studio's plane lamps for zero at stockholm furniture + light fair 2016

front studio’s plane lamps for zero at stockholm furniture + light fair 2016
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swedish design studio front have presented their ‘plane lamps’ for scandinavian lighting company zero on the occasion of the stockholm furniture and light fair 2016. simplistic in form, the pendant and floor lights focus on transparency and sharpness to underline the concept of weightlessness. 

the body of each piece use thin metal wires which meet to form structural crown supporting the flat light source




the body of each piece is crafted with thin metal wires which meet to create a structural crown supporting the flat light source. the bulb itself is completely transparent and when turned on, the light spreads an equally both half up and down. available in four colors; from chrome to red and yellow, the resulting simple yet elegant form makes the plane lamps versatile in most environments. 



‘we were inspired by the light source material, it is completely transparent and works as a lens to spread the light. we wanted to let the technology be the a strong feature of the design so we created a simple grid to hold the light plane in place.’front

the pieces are being showcased at the stockholm furniture and light fair


the plane standing lamp / the thin wired body makes it a subtly elegant piece


transparency and sharpness characterise the design of the collection

the lamps are available in four colors

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