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Loos

Named after Adolf Loos, the Austrian architect who famously said that ornament is crime, Loos is a lamp whose very structure becomes an ornament, albeit a tasteful and minimal one. Each lamp is composed of three pressed felt caps, pierced with layered cut-out patterns. These caps can be rotated or alternated, letting the lamp play with light and shadow. Loos’s geometric patterns are inspired by the modernist architecture of the 1920s and 1930s, while its criss-crossing fabrics evoke Scottish tartan.

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Project Details

Illuminating
Lamp
Floor, Pendant, Table Lamp
Loos
Rational Architecture, Tartan, Light Effects
Fabric, Felt, Metal, Upholstery
Off-White, Anthracite, Grey, Yellow, Orange, Warm Grey
Pressed Felt, Automated Cut
Ø46.7 x H150 cm; Ø46.7 x H61.7 cm; Ø46,7 x H24.5 cm
Alberta Pisoni
2013
Sweden
Zero