Treis by Kundalini

June 27th, 2011 by retail design blog

The visual style is simple, but it summarizes multiple meanings. Industry and nature. Speed and tranquility. Organic sinuosity and technical rigour. Movement and harmony. Treis. Suspended Lamp. A project arising from the out-of-the box imagination of Benjamin Hubert. The main elements of inspiration were car headlights. Hubert employs their prismatic diffusers with an ultra contemporary decorative effect, that also calls to mind the open and natural logic of fractals.

The diffuser is made from textured methacrylate and blends perfectly with the deep-drawn, triangular shaped aluminum body. The sensation is of an immense fluidity. This is a project in which Kundalini‘s research into the language of lighting encounters new stimuli and is transformed into new forms. Experimenting, together with Benjamin Hubert, the modern poetry of geometry and materials. Industrial as a car headlight, natural as a fractal.
Designed by Benjamin Hubert

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