Poppy-S by Burkhard Dämmer for LZF

October 25th, 2011 by retail design blog

Poppy, curvy plasticity

The poppy hanging lamp (yes, Poppy, like the flower!), together with Pod, are the most natural expression to date signed by German designer Burkhard Dämmer, in contrast to his more formal trend more concise and synthetic. Both creations could be placed inside a combined universe, both geometrical and natural, where the arranged repetition of the form generates a curvy plasticity reinforced by light that subtly radiates through the gaps in it’s wood slats. The larger models house a poppy shaped inner shade, and an outer shade, a second skin which gives it its final, domed shape. Poppy is available in three sizes (63 x 42 cm, 73 x 60 cm and 86 x 75 cm) each of them with its own character.

Manufactured by LZF









http://www.lzf-lamps.com/

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