Light + Building 2012 Frankfurt – DNA lighting by Hopf & Wortmann for Next

June 18th, 2012 by retail design blog

Like an organically growing structure, the complex form develops out of a suprisingly simple element. White, pink and chrome plastic modules – each with three light bulbs – can be added to each other, so the ligthing object can vary in size, from a single format up to a chandelier. You have the choice between seven different assembled pendant versions, a table version, a wall/ceiling version or, alternatively, a customized solution according to your needs. There are no limits.

Designed by Hopf & Wortmann for Next


















































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