"Off-grid" Lamp

by Klemens Schillinger Austria

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Estimated production time: 4 weeks

Dimension LxWxH (cm): 11,5 x 53 x 11,5
Open Editions Material : Powdercoated Aluminium
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Description

As the name suggests, the Off-Grid Lamps are not connected to the power grid. Instead, a hand operated crank or a foot pedal charge a generator and allow a person to produce their own energy with physical exercise. Instead of passively sitting at a desk consuming electricity for long hours, one can take a break, activate arms and legs and recharge the lamp.

With the help of modern LED technology and a rechargeable battery, one can cover the distances in castle withe the lamp as a modern torch or search for a book in the library at any time of the day. Both the technology and the principle are simple: whoever gives something gets something in return.

Lamp 1,5 kg, holder approx 2 kg.

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Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 25 × 25 × 40 cm
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About the designer


Klemens Schillinger is a product and furniture designer based in Vienna, Austria. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art, he has been working as a freelance designer for various design studios as well as carrying on with his own work. He has worked on projects for Hem, RIM-Blackberry and Kvadrat among others His goal is to develop simple, yet well thought-out products, design methods, and ‘Do it Yourself’ recipes. This can result in almost self-evident product solutions with a sparse amount of charm, minimal use of materials, and poetic accent.

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