This year Martinelli Luce will introduce at Maison et Objet 2016 a table lamp, designed by famous designer, Karim Rashid.
“While you was dreaming, Cyborg beamed down from above and landed on your bed side table. The small, die-cast aluminum lamp responds to human contact thanks to touch-sensitive controls. Thanks to the digital age we have new technologies, production processes, materials, software and tools allowing me to create sensual and organic shapes, like Cyborg.” Karim Rashid
During the next edition of Maison et Objet 2016, Martinelli Luce presents Cyborg, the table lamp direct diffused light designed by Karim Rashid. Structure of cast aluminium painted in colors cyan, lime, grey and natural aluminium color are the characteristics of the new lamp.
See also – INCREDIBLE DESIGN OF SAILING SUPERYACHT
Table lamp direct diffused light. It has the structure of cast aluminium painted in colors cyan, lime, grey and natural aluminium color.
Would like to know why you need to attend Maison et Objet 2016 Paris and see Karim Rashid?
Karim Rashid is one of the most prolific designers of his generation. Over 3000 designs in production, over 300 awards and working in over 40 countries attest to Karim’s legend of design. His award winning designs include luxury goods for Christofle, Veuve Clicquot, and Alessi, democratic products for Umbra, Bobble, and 3M, furniture for Bonaldo and Vondom, lighting for Artemide and Fabbian, high tech products for Asus and Samsung, surface design for Marburg and Abet Laminati, brand identity for Citibank and Sony Ericsson and packaging for Method, Paris Baguette, Kenzo and Hugo Boss.
See also – DESIGN APPROACH OF GISBERT PÖPPLER ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR
Karim’s touch expands beyond product to interiors decoration ideas such as the Morimoto restaurant, Philadelphia; Semiramis hotel, Athens; nhow hotel, Berlin; Universita Metro Station, Naples as well as exhibition design for Deutsche Bank and Audi. Karim’s work is featured in 20 permanent collections and he exhibits art in galleries world wide.
Source – Milan Design Agenda