Shortlist success: Atrium’s Aim Lamp shortlisted in the Lighting Pendant/Chandelier category

Atrium have been shortlisted for the Lighting Pendant/Chandelier award for their project Aim Lamp in the International Product Design Awards 2014.

The Aim lamps designed by the Bouroullec brothers for Flos, are influenced and inspired by nature. They have a playful, minimalist design that creates a vivacious tangle of wires which seem to grow like branches or climbing plants and through the simplicity of its design reduces the lamp to a wire and a light source. In addition it is easily directed with the added benefit of an adjustable LED ‘spotlight’ with a polycarbonate diffuser which can be slid up or down the suspension wire.

IPD-ATRIUM-AIM_LIGHTING PENDANTph Philippe Jarrigeon (2)

The Aim Lamp is the latest project by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Flos and challenges at least two maxims of lighting design.

Aim declares its independence from such reverence to tradition, proposing a system that, while suspended from the ceiling, is freed from any concept centrality.

IPD-ATRIUM-AIM-LIGHTING PENDANT-Philippe Jarrigeon (1)

 

 

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