DURCHEINDANDER: Curved floor lamp made of wood of the designer Tom Raffield exceptional lighting
See the figure below? Which one would be your first question to? Immediately, I was wondering where the author drew his inspiration for this figure.
We found the answer in the statements of some friends of the designer, who is very familiar with his biography. Tom spent his childhood in the wild, quiet and naturally beautiful atmosphere of the place Exmorrs. This atmosphere encouraged his imagination and gave him the courage for the risky design.
Adventure is the main message of all his works. They were called butterfly, Getritzel and pendant No. 1. Just as the names imply, they have claim to be works of art. Nevertheless, they remain functional.
Whether illuminated or not, they seem very abstract. These lamps were created from ash, oak and Walnut
We recommend the use of energy-efficient light bulbs with lower wattage. The lamps provide the formation of wild and stormy patterns on the surfaces around him and among themselves. So, the feeling for the presence of an additional structure in space.
The compilation of the lamps was really tedious, contrary to their appearance, which is characterized by relaxation. The size between 40 and 70 cm makes it very easy for installation at various locations.
In which space would so a light fit best in your home? Do you need somewhere more lightness and variety at the same time? We believe that this lamp at any point would be right.
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Tom Raffield posing with one of his pendant luminaires
The designer in his Studio