"Toucan" lamp

by Pettersen & Hein

3.250 incl. tax

1 in stock

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 60x80x220
Unique Pieces Material : Concrete, Iron
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The lamp explores the potentials of materials, transforming cold, prosaic and seemingly static materials, such as concrete and metal, to a soft, tactually inviting object.
By refining and transforming the somewhat boring, industrial materials into vibrant elements the lamp becomes poetic, sensuous and fragile despite the masculine, rough materials and in a way changing the everyday materials into the contrary.

Each lamp is unique and made of pigment-dyed concrete and hand bend iron bars.
The first lamp in the pictures is currently available, but it can also be made to order on request.


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Weight 42 kg
Dimensions 100 × 60 × 35 cm
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About the designer

What happens when design is no longer comprised by function but longs for the aesthetic and ethical freedom of art? American artist Richard Artschwager once said, “If you sit on it, it’s a chair. If you walk around it and look at it, it’s a sculpture”. Some objects invite for different ways of living and using a space by paying homage to materials, color and form rather than functional use, thereby taking on a clear unique, bold position, the end result often being intriguing and extraordinary. When boundaries between design and art are effaced potential for magic occurs. A collaboration between Lea Hein and Magnus Pettersen  

Curated by

In the highlands of the Andes, a group of women alpaca herders and artisans are leading the way for a sustainable and inclusive future. In collaboration with ADORNO and IED, Las Manuelas is presenting their most ambitious textile collection yet, the "Art Series", designed by highly acclaimed international artists.