Inspiration - windy fields
This lamp was inspired by the grass and its movement on a windy day. I wanted to design a lamp that can meet everybody's needs by being able to bend in multiple directions. I have used the grass stems as an anchor.
This project was selected and displayed in ‘Exhibition of light’ at Arts University Bournemouth.
Design journey I
For a precedent, I have chosen Tuber9 by Lionel Theodore Dean.
My idea was to design a lamp, which can emit light from different places and can illuminate the room with soft light.
I also wanted my lamp to be flexible and adjustable, in order to meet its user's needs.
Tuber9 met most of the requirements I was looking for and impressed me with shape, design and materials.
Sketches and ideas
A journey through the design process of the lamp. From the first sketches and initial ideas to the end result - Lampo.
From a paper sketch in 2D drawing into a real working interior object in 3D, this took me 2 months to design and build (I have spent only 3 days in the workshop). I was looking for inspiration for like a month, but then, after getting it, everything was very straightforward.