Static Plastic XS Lamp by Han Koning
by Harry / October 12, 2011
From @koninghan, a "thermo forced" wall and ceiling lamp. Koning was unable to work with a factory to make the lamps because of costly molds and the scale of production required so he developed his own new technique which he calls thermo-forcing.


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Says Koning, "I do this by heating and stretching 'thermo-plastic' material over a small pivot. Each lamp is given a unique height by means of the production method. This resulted in a series of lamps that I produce in low volume on order."

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Static Plastic XS wall and ceiling lamps are available with a switched power cord and plug, or as a version for direct mains connection. More at Han Koning. Photos: J. de Groot.

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