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What seems to be folded paper, is made out of slewed concrete. Both its appearance and its haptics give concrete a new face and lead to believe it could be sensitive and malleable. The property of concrete, to precisely display the surface of the utilized formwork, is taken to advantage.
The lamp series like paper results and exists through distortion. While some lamps shine downwards by dangling from the ceiling, others lay exhausted on the table, the cabinet or the floor and gleam diffused in strange directions. Again others remain as table lamps without referring to any constructive support.
Aust & Amelung
Miriam Aust Sebastian Amelung