The duo created the original Ozz lamp to combine an intimate light with a functional table. This idea is realised with the help of a black metal frame, shaped almost like a tuning fork, which allows the lamp to hang directly over the small ash wood table.
“The goal was to design a product, where two different functionalities could coexist in a unique shape,” explained the designers.
“Ozz looks like something that could stay with us for a long time – think about it as your new buddy. The illumination towards the wood surface is here to accommodate the necessities: a pair of reading glasses, a book, a drink, everything that has value for us.”
Since it is available in both a large and small version, the design can be used in a living room or as a bedside table.
Taking its shape from the original light, the floor lamp features a large, arched metal stand, counterbalanced by a 40-kilogram column of concrete that doubles up as a side table.
“It shifts from shy domesticity to become central to the home, proving itself a key figure with its large, look-at-me arc,” said the brand.
The final piece of the collection is the wall lamp, which also has an exaggerated curved form.
“Ozz Wall is a winner at the dining table, where it becomes a wall lamp,” said the brand. “The arc becomes shorter and it rotates with just one hand. The lampshade is adjustable, too, for exploiting the light even in the darkest study.”
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