Minimalist Desk Light Inpired by a Black Stork's Beak: "Ciconia"
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Minimalist Desk Light Inpired by a Black Stork’s Beak: “Ciconia”

We recently received an interesting lighting project from Topdeq in collaboration with Saxon light manufacturer idee.design.licht. Here are the photos together with the project description: “Designer Rainer Bachschmid created a novel design concept that was inspired by a stork’s beak. Hence the name “Ciconia” , the Latin name of the black stork. The lamp’s base and LED head form two symmetrical segments that can fold in and out like a beak or a pen-knife. One half contains a shining strip of thirty integrated LEDs, the other half bears a reflecting strip made of stainless steel. Unfolded, Ciconia floodlights the desk top – folded in, Ciconia is a stunning, minimalist light sculpture that graces private living spaces just as elegant office environments. Ciconia’s body is made of aluminum, powder-coated in black. The complete production process, from metal working to painting, assembly and packaging is integrated under one roof at idee.design.licht.” Freshome readers, would you go for a minimalist table lamp as opposed to an eclectic one?

Collect this idea We recently received an interesting lighting project from Topdeq in collaboration with Saxon light manufacturer idee.design.licht. Here are the photos together with the project description: “Designer Rainer Bachschmid created a novel design concept that was inspired by a stork’s beak. Hence the name “Ciconia” , the Latin name of the black stork. […]

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