Industrial Designer and Fine Artist passionate about creating engaging products centered on Sustainability 


The Wrong Lamp

February 2020

  The Wrong Lamp is an exploration of juxtaposition through materials, form and aethetics. The lamp shade features a plaster cast shell: a material that is most commonly used in medical practice covered by reindeer moss. A highly technical medical material contrasted by a natural and organic growing material. During the day the moss features bright and vibrant colors, however once the lamp is turned on at night, the moss gives an eerie lighting effect and the color is no longer visible.

Finally the form of this floor lamp was created to simulate a pendant lamp with an acrylic tube encasing the wire a pendant lamp would typically be hanging from. All these elements used in “wrong” ways come together to create a unique juxtaposition between night and day.