Secondary Splash Light

by Diego Faivre Netherlands

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This lamp can be adapted to international standards
Dimension LxWxH (cm): 40x45x36
Unique Pieces Material : Cardboard, Diego Dough
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Description

“Secondary Splash Light” is a table lamp that is part of the “Dazzling Lights” and “Storage Solutions”. It is the translation of a 2D drawing from Hugo Béhérégaray into a 3D cardboard shape that is later transformed into a lamp. Once the shape is complete, Diego Faivre starts to play around with the colour and the reflection resulting in a primary coloured table lamp.

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Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 50 × 50 × 50 cm
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About the designer


French-born, Netherlands-based Diego Faivre is a recent graduate of the Design Academy Eindhoven. His graduation project, Minute Manufacture, offers complete transparency in the production and manufacturing processes of design in his work, challenging the current fabrication and evaluation of objects. For Faivre, time really is money; the number of minutes spent affects the quality and design of the outcome. It is his response to the rise of mass production and the consequential devaluation of individual expression.

Drawing from his experience as a blue-collar worker, Faivre points out that every action in a factory or similar environment is meticulously calculated, recorded and assessed, leaving no room for the human element. At the same time, his project strives to inject a sense of expression and personal identity into manufacturing.

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