Drift Lamp by Valentin Loellmann
by Harry / May 2, 2013
The strong keel and streamlined shape of Valentin Loellmann's hull shaped Drift disguises its true nature, a lamp.


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Drift "memorizes dreamy sentiments, lying afloat in the water, drifting at sea or a pattern carved by the wind. Hull-shaped corpuses - turned upside-down - let a strong, warm light disembark." says Loellmann.

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"Planks of oak and tropical wood are bended around and interleaved, the inside covered by a thick, white polyester layer. The strong keel and streamlined shapes embrace a dynamic momentum against the surroundings."

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"The intersections of the planks form elegant, fluctuating lines bordered just by the contrasting plain of warm light. Wired to the ceiling, the lamps float and slightly drift as if they are carving their nautical course into the room."

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