Unexpected experiences and surprises wait deep down on the ocean floor: a body with many arms, which sweeps along and lights up the depth. Arrogant and presumptuous, there is no doubt about who is the ruler down here. A lonely but never the less unafraid character with forms born out of the resemblance to other inhabitants of the deep depths. The character is “Cirrata”, a glowing lamp in the darkness of the ocean.
Markus Johansson has created a lamp that challenges the idea of what is possible to make out of aluminum. The symmetrical arms reach down towards the surface and equally carry the lamps weight.
|Lamp description||16*0.2W/LED, 220-240V, 50-60Hz|
|Size||220mm (Ø), 444 mm (H)|
|Cord length||1800 mm|
|Technical description||Table lamp providing indirect light.|
Sandpainted aluminum body with