Clamp Lamp by DZstudio

May 30th, 2011 by retail design blog

Clamp, the work of italian designers Enrico Zanolla and Andrea Di Filippo, is now on the market. The first concept was presented during the summer and the prototyping took two months to reach the final product. The inspiration comes from the pattern of Chesterfield sofas (Capitonné) applied to the exterior surface of the lamp. It was hard to define the right size of every rhomb and find the quality of leather that could fit the radius of the emispheric surface.

We have chosen a soft and first quality leather used in the clothing industry that could stretch perfectly for our requirements. The contrast between the smooth interior and the sophisticated, deep buttoned exterior is ideal for a modern interior space with a touch of glamour and classic style.

The exterior is available in black and white leather, while the interior is available in gold leaf, black or white mat lacquered.

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