Light + Building 2012 Frankfurt – Blade by J.P. Meulendijks for Next

May 22nd, 2012 by retail design blog

This Lamp will move you. Blade offers almost infinite possibilities to illuminate a room. One lamp – fourteen possible variations. Give one room fourteen different looks. It takes just a few moves to rearrange the three bowl-shaped shades into a new position. In the starting position all three shades form a circular shape with a diameter of approximately one meter. As they are fanned out, the lamp gradually changes into a propeller-shape that can be extended to a diameter of over two meters before the shades converge in the form of an organic triangle in the final position. That’s Blade.

Photos by David Steets
Designed by J.P. Meulendijks for Next









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