Angebote zu "Things" (8 Treffer)

Wrap Tischlampe aus Fichte von Johannes Hemann
€ 1190.00 *
zzgl. € 70.00 Versand

Wrap is the series of objects in which Johannes Hemann examines the shells of things remaining after their disappearance. For this, branches of trees are covered in brass wire which is then soldered; through this method the branch is burned out of the cast. The original shape of the branches remains in the cover of brass wire now defining the shape of the lamp. The shape of the pieces in this series is not only defined by the process of covering, but mostly by the shape of the branch. And from the shape of the branch, the viewer can guess to which tree the branch belonged. The spruce branches which Hemann used for some lamps, for example, open wide and wild. The beech branches create leaner, higher forms. The surface on the outside is polished until it is possible to see the brass wire and soldering wire. The different colors are also reminiscent of the creation and appearance of annual growth rings. The inside is sandblasted and has been lacquered, to highlight this process.

Anbieter: Pamono.com
Stand: Oct 13, 2018
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Wrap Hängelampe aus Lindenbaum von Johannes Hemann
€ 1845.00 *
zzgl. € 96.00 Versand

Wrap is the series of objects in which Johannes Hemann examines the shells of things remaining after their disappearance. For this, branches of trees are covered in iron wire which is then soldered; through this method the branch is burned out of the cast. The original shape of the branches remains in the cover of iron wire now defining the shape of the lamp. The shape of the pieces in this series is not only defined by the process of covering, but mostly by the shape of the branch. And from the shape of the branch, the viewer can guess to which tree the branch belonged. The spruce branches which Hemann used for some lamps, for example, open wide and wild. The beech branches create leaner, higher forms. The surface on the outside is polished until it is possible to see the two materials: the iron wire and the brass soldering wire. The different colors are also reminiscent of the creation and appearance of annual growth rings. The inside is sandblasted and has been lacquered, to highlight this process.

Anbieter: Pamono.com
Stand: Oct 13, 2018
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Wrap Tischlampe aus Erle von Johannes Hemann
€ 1190.00 *
zzgl. € 70.00 Versand

Wrap is the series of objects in which Johannes Hemann examines the shells of things remaining after their disappearance. For this, branches of trees are covered in iron wire which is then soldered; through this method the branch is burned out of the cast. The original shape of the branches remains in the cover of iron wire now defining the shape of the lamp. The shape of the pieces in this series is not only defined by the process of covering, but mostly by the shape of the branch. And from the shape of the branch, the viewer can guess to which tree the branch belonged. The spruce branches which Hemann used for some lamps, for example, open wide and wild. The beech branches create leaner, higher forms. The surface on the outside is polished until it is possible to see the two materials: the iron wire and the brass soldering wire. The different colors are also reminiscent of the creation and appearance of annual growth rings. The inside is sandblasted and has been lacquered, to highlight this process.

Anbieter: Pamono.com
Stand: Oct 13, 2018
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Kol Beistelltisch von Kajsa Willner, 2015
€ 17592.00 *
zzgl. € 311.00 Versand

Burning coal is a major cause of carbon dioxide emissions. Despite the knowledge about this the use of coal is increasing and it is expected to continue doing so. This project is inspired by coal with its beautiful shiny surface that stands in contrast to the materials devastating consequences for both man and earth. When this concept was developed, the designer was fascinated by the many stories that the material carries and its history. All from the harsh life in the coal mines (like in Skåne, Höganäs), innovation, development, fuel or just the fact that a diamond is composed of carbon atoms arranged in a particular pattern. Somehow the designer got caught up in the contradiction that a material that has so much darkness and dirtiness to it, also can be experienced as so incredibly beautiful visually. In the fascination for the material, the designer decided to try to transfer that feeling of the material so it would reflect in both shape and material. That’s why the decision was made to produce jars for jewelry because its associated with valuable things and that’s also why black MDF was chosen since it’s a material with similar characteristics to cole. It got this powder that is black and stick everywhere and it is also dangerous to inhale during production. The side table is supposed to be an exaggerated almost kitschy interpretation of the designer´s own double feeling towards coal. Together with the jewelry jars, they form a small family that reflects the designer´s view of the material coal.

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Stand: Oct 16, 2018
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Chaos Stehlampe von Tom Strala
€ 12148.00 *
zzgl. € 196.00 Versand

CHAOS is a light sculpture made from five commercially available, interlinking, luminescent tubes. A control dial allows the user to choose how many tubes are illuminated at any time. All five tubes together produce a light output of 10,250 lumens, so CHAOS can be employed to create the perfect lighting scheme for domestic spaces of any size, but is also powerful enough for studio spaces, foyers, and loft-living. The striking thing about CHAOS lamps is how they make use of otherwise unloved, everyday objects by combining ordinary cable ties, electric cables, and cost-cutting lighting elements in an unsentimental way. The CHAOS design avoids kitsch, neither concealing nor glorifying the apparent inexpensiveness of the components used. Instead, the different elements are brought together in a response to their arbitrary nature. Like a molecular structure, they interlock as their forms permit. The resultant tangled shape leads the eye from the whole to each constituent element and back again. Abstract form becomes concrete, dissolving again into abstraction. CHAOS is an object that makes use of mundane elements, in order to alter the way we view individual components, from the vantage point of the whole.

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Stand: Oct 17, 2018
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Wrap Tischlampe aus Buche & Messing von Johanne...
€ 1845.00 *
zzgl. € 96.00 Versand

Wrap is the series of objects in which Johannes Hemann examines the shells of things remaining after their disappearance. For this, branches of trees are covered in brass wire which is then soldered; through this method the branch is burned out of the cast. The original shape of the branches remains in the cover of brass wire now defining the shape of the lamp. The shape of the pieces in this series is not only defined by the process of covering, but mostly by the shape of the branch. And from the shape of the branch, the viewer can guess to which tree the branch belonged. The spruce branches which Hemann used for some lamps, for example, open wide and wild. The beech branches create leaner, higher forms. The surface on the outside is polished until it is possible to see the two materials: the steel wire and the brass soldering wire. The different colors are also reminiscent of the creation and appearance of annual growth rings. The inside is sandblasted and has been lacquered, to highlight this process. The diameter is variable between 12 and 20 cm.

Anbieter: Pamono.com
Stand: Oct 13, 2018
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Wrap Tischlampe aus Buche & Kupfer von Johannes...
€ 1845.00 *
zzgl. € 96.00 Versand

Wrap is the series of objects in which Johannes Hemann examines the shells of things remaining after their disappearance. For this, branches of trees are covered in copper wire which is then soldered; through this method the branch is burned out of the cast. The original shape of the branches remains in the cover of copper wire now defining the shape of the lamp. The shape of the pieces in this series is not only defined by the process of covering, but mostly by the shape of the branch. And from the shape of the branch, the viewer can guess to which tree the branch belonged. The spruce branches which Hemann used for some lamps, for example, open wide and wild. The beech branches create leaner, higher forms. The surface on the outside is polished until it is possible to see the two materials: the steel wire and the brass soldering wire. The different colors are also reminiscent of the creation and appearance of annual growth rings. The inside is sandblasted and has been lacquered, to highlight this process. The diameter is variable between 12 and 20 cm.

Anbieter: Pamono.com
Stand: Oct 13, 2018
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Wrap Tischlampe aus Buche & Stahl von Johannes ...
€ 1488.00 *
zzgl. € 70.00 Versand

Wrap is the series of objects in which Johannes Hemann examines the shells of things remaining after their disappearance. For this, branches of trees are covered in steel wire which is then soldered; through this method the branch is burned out of the cast. The original shape of the branches remains in the cover of steel wire now defining the shape of the lamp. The shape of the pieces in this series is not only defined by the process of covering, but mostly by the shape of the branch. And from the shape of the branch, the viewer can guess to which tree the branch belonged. The spruce branches which Hemann used for some lamps, for example, open wide and wild. The beech branches create leaner, higher forms. The surface on the outside is polished until it is possible to see the two materials: the steel wire and the brass soldering wire. The different colors are also reminiscent of the creation and appearance of annual growth rings. The inside is sandblasted and has been lacquered, to highlight this process. The diameter is variable between 12 and 20 cm.

Anbieter: Pamono.com
Stand: Oct 13, 2018
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