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Designer Christian Zahr

“Core 3” Table lamps

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Description

This object is the 3rd in ‘Core’ series, it is a poetic dialogue between the hidden and the revealed, the dark and the light, the rough and the fragile.
It is the end result of traditional techniques related to the vernacular concrete construction in Lebanon , a recuperation in search for a timeless shapes.
Description : A companion set of 2 table lamps connected with a single wire, activated by a single switch and formed from a single concrete block ( a circular core is cut out from the block, creating the second lamp). The electrical wire take his formal inspiration from the electrical wires criss-crossing Beirut’s streets.

Limited Edition: 20
Full dimensions (cm)

29x11x29

Weight (kg)

12

Material

Production Year

2017

Color

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Full dimensions (cm)

29x11x29

Weight (kg)

12

Material

Production Year

2017

Color

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Christian Zahr

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