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LIGHT + BUILDING / YOUNG DESIGN


IGGOO


“Consumers make increasingly higher demands on the quality and envi- ronmental compat- ibility of products in their life. This


is why we believe that the understanding of lasting design is the key to a wise and durable product.” says Michael Stützel of IGGOO.


“IGGOO combines established skills to cre- ate a range of goods that are at the same time marked by an artistic totality and ecological compatibility.”


WIKTORIA SZAWIEL


Wiktoria Szawiel is a polish designer currently based in Warsaw. She has studied in Academy of Fine Arts in both Stuttgart and War- saw, where she is currently working on her bachelor project. Her piece Not Ingo’s Heart is a handmade sculpture of crushed fabric that gently glows from within. The piece is envisaged as providing both a metaphorical and literal heart to any space.


wiktoria.szawiel@googlemail.com


Their new Heron range is, they explain, the logical implementation of LED tech- nology. The miniaturisation of the light source allows not just energy-saving in the finished article, but also a more efficient (less wasteful) production processes - with its body cut from single frame of recyclable aluminum. The puristic, minimalist design manages to appear both technical and at the same time organically familiar. www.iggoo.de


DAVID HENRICHS


David Henrichs’ ap- proach to product design is focused on simplicity of form. For Light + Building he presented the DELO-4.1 and DELO-


4.2, two pieces inspired by - and designed for - OLED light sources. Both are pendant lights consisting of four identical compo- nents that can be bent in a variety of ways, resulting in distinct three-dimensional ob- jects. These shapes, cut from 0.8mm stain- less steel sheets, reflect light from four LED sources, though these could be replaced by OLED in the future.


Henrichs graduated from Goldsmiths College in 2001 and, after 14 years in London, has recently established a new studio in Munich. davidhenrichs@hotmail.com


AAPPB


A study in natural and rigorous geo- metric forms, Stand- ing / Reading Lamp is a simple yet flexible lamp that serves a multitude


of interior settings. Linear and minimalistic in the upright position, the lamp features a flat magnetic joint that allows free posi- tioning of its upper part along the support- ing rod. This results in a constantly changing


visual and structural balance. “As an architecture studio based in Zurich our approach to design is strongly influ- enced by architectural thinking and the physical presence of objects in space, combining formal rigour and well solved functional details with a touch of poetic geometry,” explains Patrick Bonzanigo who, alongside Andréanne Pochon, co-founded AAPPB Architecture. www.aappb.com


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