figurines by hanna krüger
figurines by hanna krüger figurines by hanna krüger
apr 16, 2012

figurines by hanna krüger

table/table figurine

inspired by the costumes of the triadic ballet of oskar schlemmer, the figurines are showing different characters of lightings. consisting of a mouth blown glass body and a wooden tripod which are fixed together by the production process, every piece is unique: building a new character. every figurine is existing beyond comparison. together they are formulating a new vision upon the beauty of figures. table lamp, table-table lamp and side table. the figurines are made of mouth-blown opaline glass, crude oak, cherry and maple wood. the lighting series is part of the exibition ‘the necessity of other’ together with jakob gebert at ventura lambrate 2012, via massimiano 6, milan during milan design week. in the exibition organic and geometric products are united in a spatial still life. the products interweave with each other through their material, colour and shapes. some of those shapes have a strict and precise definition and others are intentionally left to their manufacturing process. a collection of new products by hanna krueger and jakob gebert.

figurine with light

a group of figurines

small figurine with wide head – table light

figurine with light

small figurine – table light

figurine with light

drawing of figurines for the lighting series

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