This architectural schulptured art piece strongly features a combination of pleating designs and lighting effects.
Amanda Taarup Betz
Amanda Taarup Betz Architect, 1978
Amanda Taarup Betz graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2005.
Her award-winning work, which has been exhibited in galleries and museums, fuses art and architecture with design.
For the recent exhibition ‘FOLD’, Amanda created a number of folded and pleated objects, one of which was an early version of the lamp 'Cassiopeia'. Through an experimental process, Amanda succeeded in creating a unique pattern of octagons in the central surface of the lamp.
A first in Le Klint’s history, the lamp has small perforations on the folded surfaces allowing rays of light to radiate from the lamp. The result is a playful display of light that is beautiful in any space.
An artistic approach to a flawless design.