This fixture is a departure from the rigid positioning of multiple lighting points in conventional sconces. The distribution of lights creates a dialogue between the light source and the depression in the plaster. LAMPING: 120-240V LED Modules 7W max Dimmable (DALI or 0-10)
Heavy vertical form. The lamp is the result of the designer's battlefield fascination from childhood. The designer came from a family with a military tradition. Bullet shells were the first material Jan Garncarek processed while learning metallurgy basics. The designer refers to the shape of the shell. However, he does not identify it with the cruelty of war. The object captures the fascination of the body and material, entirely out of the context of war, just as only an unaware child can perceive reality and its beauty without prejudice.
Spun metal sheet, rounded and swollen forms. The light emanates from within the sphere and reflects on the plate. It was giving off a fiery glow. These are perfect shapes that bring out the beauty of the brass—captured in an elegant minimalist form—the condition results from a long process of searching for the ideal proportions. The lamp gives a soft decorative light.
Combination of brass and oxidized steel. The lamp can be mounted in unusual places, such as a column. Its movable parts allow the direction of light to be modeled. Its form results only from its function and is the most technical of Jan Garncarek's designs. An unusual solution is separating the lamp mounting element from the rosette from which the lamp draws its current.
(from the Italian 'dragonfly') is a fin-shaped sconce that emerges from the wall. The sphere-shaped glass shade intersects a brass sheet and illuminates the space evenly. The slender form topped with an oval was inspired by observations of insects, to be precise, by a dragonfly. Hence the name. The lamp was produced in techniques of brass casting and glass blowing.
What determines how we perceive beauty comes from the play of associations and references to our past experiences. The designer's aim was to capture one such association by giving it a simplified and minimalist form. The object seems to be bloated and gently descends. It is finished with a luminous protuberance, giving off a warm light.
The sconce is the first lamp that is designer made in stone. It consists of a marble collar subtly emerging from the wall and a topping semi-sphere made from brass from under which the light comes out. The idea was born during a trip through Switzerland, and the first sketches were made near a town named Pfaffikon. The lamp is also available in a version made entirely from casted brass.
Ysa Wall Light, designed by Tristan Auer, is an elegant wall sconce. It is the interplay of complementary yet diverse Murano glass techniques, textures, and colors. The design's simple shape masks its intricate game of contrasts and endless details. Ysa is a collection of three overlapping sheets of Murano glass, each of which has its own unique attribute. The top smaller layer is of streaked frosted crystal Murano glass. The second layer is smoked Murano glass with a stripe motif applied under heat. The third layer is a Murano glass with an application of a mirror. Further adding to the details of each sheet is a soft crystal border outlining each one like a well-tailored hem.