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LIGHT + BUILDING / YOUNG DESIGN HANNAH STEINMETZ RODRIGO VAIRINHOS


Pop, created by Rodrigo Vairinhos, comprises two ce- ramic hemispheres that use powerful magnets to click together around a hanging light source. The result is a solid shade - finished in white, grey, blue or yel- low glaze – with light escaping through the purpose-cut gaps between the two halves. “My aproach to design is very pure,” says Vairinhos. “I like to play and use simple forms; simple forms solve most ‘problems’ most of the time.” His work features strong geometric shapes, but formed from very traditional materials like ceramic, wood and cork.


“I love these ‘classic’ materials; they look good; they are fresh and people feel very familiar with them; and most of all because I think they fit the shapes I have created until now,” he says. www.neo-studios.de


Hannah Steinmetz, a 23 year-old indus- trial design student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stutt- gart, presented 81 grad. Developed


during her studies there, 81 grad is a lamp created from bent veneer strips. A machine cut groove channels the cable around the outside of the lamp from head to the base, while an aluminium strip, inset into the inner edge of the body, dissipates heat from the LED light source.


h.steinmetz@abk-stuttgart.de


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YOUNG BLOOD


Tucked away in the more decorative corners of the Messegelände, a hand-picked group of fresh designers debuted their creative innovations...


PATRIC GÜNTHER


Patric Günther was born in Bielefeld, Germany in 1981 and completed a BA in interior design at the Detmolder School of Architec-


ture and Interior Design. Just after graduat- ing he established his own design practice Voxel-studio, with particular focus on digital design, which can be seamlessly coupled with automated production technologies,


innovative materials and new manufacturing methods. Cocoon is typical of this approach. 3D modeling was used to create the shape of the luminaire which was then created using PolyJet 3D printing technology by Objet Geometries. The piece’s geometrical form comprises multiple elements that wind around the light source. The lamp can be turned, laid on its side or hung up in differ- ent positions. www.voxel-studio.de


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