tent light by johan carpner + alexander lervik for zero lighting
 
tent light by johan carpner + alexander lervik for zero lighting
feb 16, 2013

tent light by johan carpner + alexander lervik for zero lighting

 ‘jeahna’ by alexander lervik and johan carpner

 

 

a tent illuminated by night in the forest brings about images of calm and serenity – alexander lervik and johan carpner have translated this visual into a tangible object for the indoors. ‘jeahna’ features lightweight struts in black anodized aluminium covered by a white semi-transparent polyester,this structural framework typically used in the design of the outdoor shelters. like real tents, the pendant lamps can be disassembled and fit into a small bag. presented at stockholm furniture fair, the design is a result of a collaboration with swedish tentmaker hilleberg produced by zero lighting.it is available in three sizes ranging from 1.5 to 5.5. metres in diameter.

 

 

tent light by johan carpner + alexander lervik for zero lightingdetail of how the fabric is connected to the metal framework

 

 

tent light by johan carpner + alexander lervik for zero lightingthe lamp can be disassembled and fit into a small bag when not in use, just like a real tent

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