SÖHKA lamp by Thibaut Malet

September 24th, 2013 by retail design blog

Composed of 5 pieces of wood and 60 rubber bands. No screw or any holding element, the rigidity is retains with the pressure of elastics, it make them even the facades of the lamp. Each elastic’s movement give a new light and thus a new lamp. Its triangular shape gave its name, it allow him to stand in two positions, vertical or horizontal, providing new posibilities. Each element is completely dissociated, to optimize its recycling. It’s presented in a recycled cardboard packaging.

Designed by Thibaut Malet


http://thibautmalet.com

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