Light Jars

100% Norway @ London Design Festival 2013 Norway / 2013

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The family of Light Jars captures the light and displays it as the precious treasure it is. By placing beloved objects and trinkets in them, the lamps can literally be filled with personal meaning. The members of the Light Jars family all have different postures and proportions, but the same neck size. The lid holding the light source resembles the power plug on the other end of the cord, considering the poetic notion of power transmission as a life-giving source. Materials: Hand-turned oak, Mouth-blown glass, Textile-covered electrical cord.
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    The family of Light Jars captures the light and displays it as the precious treasure it is. By placing beloved objects and trinkets in them, the lamps can literally be filled with personal meaning. The members of the Light Jars family all have different postures and proportions, but the same neck size. The lid holding the light source resembles the power plug on the other end of the cord, considering the poetic notion of power transmission as a life-giving source. Materials: Hand-turned oak,...

    Project details
    • Year 2013
    • Work finished in 2013
    • Main structure
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Lighting Design / Product design
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