Wolfram Lamp by Joeri Reynaert
by Harry / October 18, 2012

When on, the tungsten filament becomes visible through the mirrored surface of Joeri Reynaert's Wolfram Lamp.

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The tungsten filament, called wolfraam in Dutch, is part of the lamp part of Reynaert's multipurpose object that includes a rotating mirror and storage in the base for personal items such as a cel phone or keys.


Says Reynaert, "the diffuser is a rotating mirror, making it possible to adjust the light as you need it. When lit, the mirror becomes slightly transparent. As an ode to its unmatched light quality the classic halogen bulb comes glowing through."



Wolfram will be presented at Interieur 2012 at Kortrijk in Belgium.

+ joerireynaert.com


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