It is is possibly the most original glass product imaginable, “a tribute to the millennium-old art of glass blowing” says Carsten Schelling of RSW Design.
The decorative luminaire is the result of a collaboration between the designer Christian Stapelbroek and the design office Rudolph Schelling Webermann from Hanover.
The fascination for the speed and precision with which glassmakers in Venice create their works of art was the Blow lamp's inspiration. Thus, the glass body and rods appear as if they had been hung up fresh from the glass factory, still in a glowing state.
Each piece is created from three steel rods with lampshades made of coloured glass.
Through an ingenious tensioning of three rods among themselves, the lamp floats almost weightlessly in space. The space-consuming light sculpture, equipped with LED technology, can be individually adapted to any room situation by merely moving the rods one below the other — an absolute highlight for large living and object rooms.
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