Modern Contemporary Design


Monumental and industrial silhouettes opposed by a bright color palette

Hayo Gebauer has created a series of table lamps, called Fragment Lights, composed of fragmented and slanted shapes that form primal outlines. Color helps liven the rather austere shapes.

Says Gebauer, “The resemblance with monumental and industrial silhouettes is opposed by a bright color palette.”

“They are meant to illuminate table tops, window sills, book shelves or dark corners.”

The lamps can be disassembled and flat-packed.

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