steven haulenbeek: APOC lamp uses honest materials + joinery

 

 

 

the use of honest materials and construction techniques were the principles behind the development of the ‘APOC’ lamp. designer steven haulenbeek has employed a simple construction of four wooden struts (available in walnut or oak) which have been cut with dovetail joints, allowing the components to effortlessly slide into one another; as well determining the angles at which the parts sit, ensuring structural stability. the longest element is outfitted with a routed channel of LED lights which offer a warm white glow, diffused by a thin strip of etched lexan. ‘APOC’ can easily be shipped in a tube and assembled by the user, with a jack located at the back of the head allows the electrical cord to be disconnected. ‘APOC’ was exhibited in ‘chicagoland’ at wanted design during new york design week 2013.

 

 

steven haulenbeek: APOC lamp uses honest materials + joinery ‘APOC’ lamp

 

steven haulenbeek: APOC lamp uses honest materials + joinery the lamp is made from four simple wooden struts

 

steven haulenbeek: APOC lamp uses honest materials + joinery conceptual sketch of ‘APOC’ by steven haulenbeek

 

steven haulenbeek: APOC lamp uses honest materials + joinery steven haulenbeek’s ‘apoc lamp’ on show at chicagoland, wanted design during new york design weekimage © designboom