Beech Lamp by Terkel Skou Steffensen & Hans Toft Hornemann
by Ted Savage / February 4, 2013
Avoiding external inspiration, Beech Lamp by Terkel Skou Steffensen & Hans Toft Hornemann was designed from scratch by considering only the job at hand: how best to deliver desktop and suspended light in an archetypal package.


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"We simply worked with the function of light, and how we use light. We sheltered the light source to make it diffuse, and soft to look at. The angle of the lampshade is made, analysing the way we work, and how we like the light to fall." say Steffensen & Hornemann.

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The minimal colour choices: white, light grey and dark grey. Steffensen & Hornemann are the up-and-coming Danish design agency, MadeByWho. Via MOCO Submit.

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