One Piece of Lamp by Kiseung Lee
by Ted Savage / March 6, 2014
Practical politics: One Piece of Lamp by Kiseung Lee is all versatility, a lampshade usable for a variety of lighting fixtures, with a stretchable, blend-anywhere 3D geometric pattern that was inspired by chain-link fencing, and particularly, the Military Demarcation Line fence separating North and South Korea, the designer's home.


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Details: Die cut in various materials, ultrathin aviation plywood, PET, PVC. Small and Large. Eco-friendly: manufacturing uses a minimum of material; compact, flat-pack shipping.

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Designer: Young designer Kiseung Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea, studied design at the university level in Korea, Germany, and Finland, interned in industrial design at Samsung, won a Red Dot award for concept, and works from his independent Studio Inbetween.

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Source: spotted at the 2014 Ambiente exhibition in Frankfurt.

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