Words by Carl MH Barenbrug
In product design, it is perhaps the lighting that offers the greatest freedom of form. There is really no design archetype. As long as the object emits light in one way or another, it fulfills its intended function. In this sense, a minimalistic lighting object simply means finding the puristic shape to achieve a very specific lighting effect. A nice example of this is the German studio RelvãokellermannCylindrical white stripe.
We believe that the ideal shape results from functional optimization. We consistently avoid decoration. The shape of a particular object must result from its construction and handling.
White Stripe is a vertical LED light beam with a size of 240 x 65 mm, which highlights details of the interior design. The product is made of milled and anodized aluminum and weighs only 2.05 kg. It is a limited edition that was developed as an order on the occasion of the Kunstverein München Jahresgabe 2019 and was offered for sale directly at the event.
Annual gifts is an important moment for the Kunstverein to bring the local contemporary art scene in Munich together, to see and discuss their work and to support this scene and at the same time benefit from the opportunity to buy works of art. As always, 50% of every sale directly supports the artist, 45% supports the art association and the remaining 5% goes to social security for artists.
Under the direction of Ana Relvão and Gerhardt Kellermann, the little one Relvãokellermann The studio was founded in Munich in 2014. You work in the fields of industrial design, interior design, art direction and consulting.
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