Sketches turned to lamp by Goula/Figuera
Spanish design studio Goula/Figuera released a set of geometric lamps that are based on hand-drawn sketches. The design process began with paper and pencil and led to thousands of drawings, from which eight were finally selected and turned into a 3D, functional object. The Lines & Dots Lamps are made of powder coated steel rods that were welded and folded by the local craftsmen of Barcelona. Finding this final execution material and process was preceded by a long series of experimentations, which, seeing the results, was absolutely worth it.
Looking like some sort of more composed Miro drawings, the lamps surely have an artistic quality, which the steel material usually used for sculptures just reinforces. When hung up, the lamps rotate differently, taking a reference to mid-century kinetic sculptural installations as well.
The design features a central rod, that is surrounded by circular and oval patterns. The rods’ ends are adorned by coloured dots that add a personal touch to each lamp as they are chosen by the customer upon order. The pieces can be further customised by the selection of patterns and work individually as well as in a group.
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