Membrane pendant lamp by Jette Scheib for Innermost

November 21st, 2015 by retail design blog

Innermost is pleased to partner with German designer Jette Scheib in introducing a new pendant lamp — Membrane — into their quickly expanding blown glass range. A tactile, sculptural piece, Membrane captures the precise moment bulb and shade become one; its voluptuous glass form giving way to penetrating light sources. Details such as a gentle gradient in smoky glass coupled with polished gunmetal fittings result in a sophisticated design well suited to upscale interiors. Membrane will be exhibiting at Maison et Objet in Paris in January 2016 along with innermost’s latest collections.

About Jette Scheib
Jette Scheib studied industrial design at the University of the Arts, Berlin (UdK), and has worked since 2005 as an independent product designer specializing in home accessories. Her work can be plain and pure or narrative and playful, but often with a little twist that adds a new context or dimension to a functional object. Inspiration is everywhere: whether it is art, music, people and their stories, habits, clichés or simply life itself that feeds her creativity. She lives and works in Berlin.




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