rosenthal presents circular LED lamp designed by dante goods and bads
 
rosenthal presents circular LED lamp designed by dante goods and bads rosenthal presents circular LED lamp designed by dante goods and bads
sep 14, 2016

rosenthal presents circular LED lamp designed by dante goods and bads

maison et objet fall 2016:  designed by christophe de la fontaine for dante – goods and bads, and produced by rosenthal, the ‘nightingale’ lamp features a clear-cut design with a circular rim which produces a soft beam of LED light.

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the design by dante – goods and bads, reinterprets the structure and design of a normal interior lamp. the lampshade itself is rotated 90 degrees and in turn, completely redefines the interaction between the light fitting and the reflector. the circular, hollow body has been crafted in porcelain to reference an antique lantern, but a contemporary elegance is achieved with the soft LED illumination.

 

rosenthal‘s nightingale lamp is available in two heights and finished with the outer rim wrapped in a thin leather band that simultaneously serves as a handle to change the positioning of the light.

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the nightingale lamp at maison et objet

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the circular body is produced in porcelain to reference an antique lantern

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a leather band, available in bordeaux, dark brown or natural leather serves as a handle

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the piece is available in two different heights, 27 and 42 centimeters

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the lampshade of the design piece is rotated 90 degrees, thereby completely redefining the interaction between the
light fitting and reflector

 

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  • Sorry, I can only see a Dyson Fan
    Shouldn’t have taken this path Rosenthal.

    Someone should have told this before.
    All the design efforts are diluted.

    Waruna says:

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