Ilse Crawford designed this lamp for Wästberg, which I found while perusing Magazin. It is made of wood, porcelain, and iron, an odd combo. According to the website, materials impact our emotional psyche and project a variety of feelings (do you think that they do?). Iron was chosen for its feelings of stability, reliability, trust; wood for its warmth and life, and porcelain for its intimate glow, as well as its tactility.
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Bless everything you read, touch or look at under this light.
A couple of new woody things from EQ3 I’m digging this morning:
Ecole’s newest design uses their Compact Element for Parallel Transmission (CEPT) technology, which are mechanical elements that allow…