niclas jørgensen's stadium lights illuminate the biennale interieur in kortrijk
 
niclas jørgensen's stadium lights illuminate the biennale interieur in kortrijk niclas jørgensen's stadium lights illuminate the biennale interieur in kortrijk
oct 29, 2016

niclas jørgensen's stadium lights illuminate the biennale interieur in kortrijk

 

 

danish native niclas jørgensen furniture and product designer based in copenhagen and berlin has presented during biennale interieur in kortrijk a lighting series called ‘stadium’. with a recently founded studio, jørgensen focuses on a new nordic design approach — which is still in development. his work is often described as a subtle balance between mid-century classic scandinavian design and a new type of contemporary minimalist aesthetic. the lighting set follows a set of principles influenced by traditional danish design values.

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detail of the opaline glass spheres

 

 

for his first lighting collection, design academy eindhoven graduate and michael anastassiades pupil, niclas jørgensen’s ‘stadium collection’ comes in two variations: stadium light I and stadium light II. both of them contain opaline glass spheres and are made of brass or stainless steel with a satin finish. the different variations include gold, silver, and black. the lighting objects, although minimalist in their design, showcase a strong overall aesthetic while referencing the lights that illuminate stadiums.

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stadium light I consists of 12 glass spheres resting inside the arch

niclas jørgensen stadium lights biennale interieur kortrijk designboom
the lighting angle is adjustable and the pendant rod is available in various lengths

niclas jørgensen stadium lights biennale interieur kortrijk designboom
stadium light II also consists of 12 glass spheres resting inside an arch

niclas jørgensen stadium lights biennale interieur kortrijk designboom
the design of the structure references a tripod

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the legs can be disconnected for transportation

niclas jorgensen stadium lights biennale interieur kortrijk designboom
assemblage detail

niclas jørgensen stadium lights biennale interieur kortrijk designboom
the lamps exhibited at biennale interieur in kortrijk

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