KOGI Lamp by Studio Joa Herrenknecht

May 17th, 2013 by retail design blog

Berlin-based designer Joa Herrenknecht launched a new geometric lighting series called KOGI at the curated DMY Berlin Trails exhibition at this year’s Ventura Lambrate. The abstract lighting sculptures are constructed out of pieces of lightweight Tyvek that are cut into triangles and assembled into their hanging forms. Light beams through the material creating warm textures of light and is even available in various colors to add a unique, almost watercolor look.






http://design-milk.com/kogi-lamp-by-studio-joa-herrenknecht/

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