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Riff Relay: Exploring ateljé Lyktans New Pendant Light Engine

07.16.15 | By
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Olle Lundberg designed a new pendant lamp, named Riff, for ateljé Lyktan that can easily be used to create other lamp designs. Lundberg’s original light engine, which comes in three sizes and two colors, was inspired by the car industry and how the same car can be purchased in different models. To show Riff’s endless possibilities, ateljé Lyktan sought help from eight architects, designers, and craftsmen, along with ateljé Lyktan’s own Atelier, and asked them to create their own pendant. The end result is an array of nine pendants that range from a glass pineapple to a leather hat. Each pendant from the Riff Relay collection will be manufactured in a limited edition of 10.

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Olle Lundberg – Riff Relay #1

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Åsa Jungnelius – Riff Relay #2

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Stefan Borselius – Riff Relay #3

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Ludvig Löfgren – Riff Relay #4

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Horisaki – Riff Relay #5

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Tham & Videgård – Riff Relay #6

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Henrik Schulz – Riff Relay #7

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Alexander Levin – Riff Relay #8

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ateljé Lyktan Studio – Riff Relay #9

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.