Dark Smoke, Venti

by Susannah Weaver United States (US)


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Concrete, Raw Wool, Merino, Resin Wired for US but could be rewired for EU. Standard US E26 socket, comes with LED bulb.
Each variation may differ Dimension LxWxH (cm): 18x18x59
Open Editions Material : Concrete, Wool
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The Smokes are a product of finding catharsis in routine. Each lamp has a twin companion , one light and one dark , and sized a la Starbucks. The black-grey gradients are inspired by smoke clouds, to evoke a light weight, fading feeling.

Minimal, balanced compositions highlight the nuances of the hand wrought materials, raw wool and concrete. Topped with delicate Merino shades, hardened in resin.


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Weight 14 kg
Dimensions 30,48 × 30,48 × 76,2 cm
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About the designer

Born in North Carolina and based in New York, Susannah Weaver earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Product Design with a focus on material research from Parsons School of Design in 2018. . That same year, she was awarded the Rado Star Prize at WantedDesign for her graduation project, Felted Concrete. The experimental furniture and accessories collection united two unexpected materials—raw wool and cast concrete—to create a new, innovative hybrid material. Weaver was introduced to alternative materials and raw fibers while working as a Student Researcher for the Healthy Materials Lab. Later, as an exchange student at Konstfack University in Stockholm, she developed a fine art practice, including life drawing, sculpture, and textile arts. She went on to become studio assistant for Studio Claudy Jongstra, where she honed her skills with fiber arts.

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