MATERIAL: Shade - silicone rubber, PVC cord. Diffuser clear frosted opal acrylic material. Canope included. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:: 220-240V, 50 HZ, E 27, Max 60 Watt Energy saving bulb, PL Max 40 W, IP 20, Class II. CARE: Clean with soft dry cloth. Always switch off the electricity supply before cleaning. DIMENSIONS: Height: 29,5 cm Diameter: 32,5 cm COLOUR: terracotta
UNFOLD's soft silicon rubber shade creates a unique and playful take on the classic industry lamp design. With a warm and modern appearance, the choice of material and variety of available colours makes UNFOLD an affordable design lamp suitable for multiple settings. “The industry lamp is a classic, and sought-after design that we are excited to provide a new perspective on. Our interpretation of a the industry design classic comes in a refined material that gives the lamp a modern and warm appearance. The soft silicone rubber gives Unfold a modern and warm personality. It also enables the lamp to be folded into a neat package by a slight push on the top. Just open and unfold your new lamp.” Form Us With Love
Form Us With Love
FORM US WITH LOVE is a multidisciplinary design and interior architecture studio from Stockholm. Their work has won several prestigious awards such as the Red Dot and Young Swedish design awards. Further accrediting the trio are successful exhibitions at venues like MoMA and the Swedish National Gallery.
FORM US WITH LOVE ON THEIR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
“We are driven by an idea focused approach to design where experimentation and cross border projects are encouraged. Important aspects of our philosophy include durability, curiosity and humanism.”
FORM US WITH LOVE ON NEW NORDIC DESIGN
“We are hopelessly influenced by our strong design heritage of course, but at the same time we are utterly tired of it. The result is some kind of tweaked functionalism. This is perhaps what shows in a lot of young Scandinavian designers' work today. It's great to see so much creativity spire among the young Nordic design community, with an ambition to investigate new genres, materials and expressions.”