coudamy design: ortal
 
coudamy design: ortal
jul 03, 2012

coudamy design: ortal

‘ortal’ by paul coudamy images courtesy of benjamin boccas

paris-based designer paul coudamy has created ‘ortal’, a flexible mobile LED lighting system which is constructed from the appropriation of extra-resistant PVC industrial pipes. conceived as a means of adapting to a range of situations, ortal’s bendable structure offers a number of positions which allow it to be hung in a bookcase, placed on a table, put flat behind a pillow, wound around a chair’s leg or coiled at ground level. energy consumption is very low thanks to a high luminosity LED equivalent to a 30W light bulb housed within the length of the lamp’s body.

below you can see some of the many configurations of ‘ortal’:

coudamy design: ortal
coudamy design: ortal
coudamy design: ortal
coudamy design: ortal
coudamy design: ortal
ORTAL packshot mulitposition
coudamy design: ortal
letters ORTAL packshot

coudamy design: ortal ‘ortal’ in context

coudamy design: ortal ‘ortal’ coiled around a chair

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