miguel herranz: the ordered chaos
 
miguel herranz: the ordered chaos
oct 12, 2012

miguel herranz: the ordered chaos


‘mikado’ LZF lamp by miguel herranz produced following ‘the ordered chaos’ mentality

miguel herranz, whose ‘the nice icon of industrial change’ project was a shortlisted entry in our designboom renault 4 ever competition
has developed ‘the ordered chaos’, a conceptual tool which he applies to his work in order to generate sculptural, sensual,
serene and singular products using a mathematical and simple production. having dubbed the process as having’no methodology’,
‘the ordered chaos’ takes on an anarchical approach to creating instruments for real solutions, through observing the three cores involved in all projects:
culture, industry and society. each of these cores are composed by an infinite number of interlocking concepts, with hints and overlaps,
forming a mesh of connections linking these within a closed circuit. one such project in which herranz has applied ‘the ordered chaos’
is the ‘LZF’ lamp series, forming functional objects using a constructive simplicity which brings forth the chaos of nature in a serene way.

miguel herranz: the ordered chaos
‘mikado’ LZF lamp

miguel herranz: the ordered chaos
‘mikado’ LZF lamp

miguel herranz: the ordered chaos
‘sioux’ LZF lamp

miguel herranz: the ordered chaos
‘ánfora’ LZF lamp

miguel herranz: the ordered chaos

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