Théros 0.2 Table Lamp

by Studio Aristotelis Barakos Greece

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The “Théros 0.2” version is the smallest member of the family and was created in 2022. It is characterised by its cute personality and the way the opaque glass head is balanced on its spherical body. As with every lighting object in the “Théros” collection, it features a palette of materials that celebrate its Mediterranean character.

The base is made of white Volakas marble from Drama, Greece, with its characteristic grey veins. Because of the natural patterns in the marble, every lamp is unique. The head of the lamp is an opaque glass sphere that contains an LED bulb emanating a smooth, warm light. The straw hat lampshade is made by hand in Athens, Greece, and can move in any direction to provide different lighting effects. A brass disc seals the base of the lamp and bears the designer’s logo.

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Aristotelis Barakos is an award-winning product designer based in Athens, Greece. An honest thinker and a dedicated maker, he works on every scale with a hands-on approach to creative problem-solving and strategic design methodologies. He was born in Munich in 1984, where he grew up in a men’s tailoring family. At the age of ten he moved to Athens, which helped him develop the ability to assimilate different cultural influences. He originally studied physics, but his aptitude in making things led him to the world of design and to study product design in Athens. Since his graduation in 2013, he puts his knowledge in prototyping and materials into action, in collaboration with a growing network of craftsmen and experts. The products he designs range from decorative items and everyday objects to state-of-the-art tech devices and systems. By constantly embracing new challenges, he creates products for Greek and international companies and start-ups. In 2014 he began working for a US-based technology start-up, and spent six months at the heart of technology manufacturing in Shenzhen, China. From 2016-2018 he worked as Head of Product Design at PNOE Analytics, a biotechnology company based in Athens and San Francisco.  In 2019 he established Studio Aristotelis Barakos, with the purpose to create honest, functional and aesthetically pleasing design that helps people live better and feel more. Aristotelis Barakos received the 2014 Future Talent award by Italian design magazine Ottagono. His work has earned international acclaim and has been published extensively.
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