Jingzi Ceiling Lamps, Herzog & De Meuron, 2000s

CHF 6,200.00

1 in stock

Description

The Jingzi lamp draws its inspiration from the organic shape of a suspended droplet and emerged from the design process for the lighting and hanging plants at the Kunsthalle Café in Fünf Höfe (Five Courtyards) located in Munich City Centre.

The Jingzi lamps are made of a raw silicone material, featuring trapped air bubbles that diffuse a soft and ambient light. Each silicone lamp sleeve is meticulously handcrafted, resulting in a unique piece.

 

About the designers:

Herzog and De Meuron are two renowned architects from Switzerland. They are known for their innovative approach and bold designs in creating iconic buildings worldwide. Some of their notable works include the Beijing National Stadium, Tate Modern in London, and Allianz Arena in Munich. Their work embodies a harmonious blend of contemporary architecture and the urban environment.

 

 

Materials: Silicon, plastic

Origination: Switzerland, 2000s

Condition: Very good, minor signs of use as per images.

 

Approximate Dimensions:

Height: 235 cm, 170 cm, 130 cm
Diameter: 29 cm

 

Price for the set, the lamps work with standard screw-in light bulbs, also suitable for the US power grid.

Additional information

Weight 200 kg

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