studio brichetziegler shapes bamboo cardboard under the skin lamp by hand
 
studio brichetziegler shapes bamboo cardboard under the skin lamp by hand studio brichetziegler shapes bamboo cardboard under the skin lamp by hand
aug 31, 2015

studio brichetziegler shapes bamboo cardboard under the skin lamp by hand

studio brichetziegler shapes bamboo cardboard under the skin lamp for maison et objet
image © julien deceroi

 

 

 

studio brichetziegler‘s ‘under the skin’ lamps evoke the metamorphosis of an animal. each handmade piece is composed of a polyurethane textile sandwich that is stiffened by a layer of bamboo cardboard; cut from a pattern, folded into shape and supported by a simple lacquered metal structure. the metallic finish of the paper material offers a silky and changeable skin that reveals the internal copper-colored brightness when it is turned on. the ‘under the skin’ lamp is available in a floor (H70 x W30 x D25 cm) and table version, and has been especially designed for the ‘favoris’ exhibition (september 3-6, 2015) and auction (september 5th), curated by french company moustache during maison et objet / paris design week 2015 at studio cassiopée / 11 rue des arquebusiers 75003 paris.

studio brichet ziegler under the skin lamp designboomthe ‘under the skin’ lamps evoke the metamorphosis of an animal
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each handmade piece is composed of a polyurethane textile sandwich, stiffened by a layer of bamboo cardboard
images © studio brichetziegler

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alternative views of the ‘under the skin’ lamp by studio brichet ziegler
images © studio brichetziegler

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hand-cutting the lamp out from a pattern
image © studio brichetziegler

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the template before being folded into its end form
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metamorphosizing the cardboard into shape
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moulding the lampshade
images © studio brichetziegler

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