Inspired by the bent tubing around local street signs, Marselis lamps share the same arched silhouette.
The light source comes from a tilting circular disc, which can be adjusted to create both an indirect ambient and direct task light beam. The lamp body is crafted from powder coated die cast aluminium and steel, and the light source is an injection moulded polycarbonate opalescent lens that conceals a flat panel of light.
Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider
German designers Florian Kallus (born 1983) and Sebastian Schneider (born 1985) met during their product design studies in Münster, and subsequently formed the design studio kaschkasch together in Cologne in 2011. Primarily working in furniture and lighting design, art direction and education, the duo’s collaborations include major international institutions and companies in the world of furniture and design.
Their designs are characterised by a fine balance of functionality and aesthetics, resulting in innovative modular designs with a timeless quality. They have been awarded numerous design awards, including the German Design Award as best newcomers in 2013.