The Raku lamp takes its name from the traditional Japanese pottery technique. It features a hand-crafted ceramic base, with a crackle glaze that varies slightly between each lamp. The edge of the lampshade, in anodized aluminum or brass, is streaked with fine perforations which create a delicate luminous halo effect.
A dimmer makes it possible to modify the intensity of the light according to the atmosphere.
"I wanted to create a small portable lamp with precious materials and an inspiring shape. It is intended for interior designers who design restaurants as well as private individuals who want warm atmospheres", says Sebastian Herkner.
Dimensions Ø21 x H16 cm – 0,92 kg
Materials Shade in anodized aluminium or brass – base in crackle glazed ceramic
Light source LED 1W bulb, replaceable (life time 25000H) – 100 lumen – 2700 K – dimmable 4 levels
Battery Replaceable – recharge with micro USB cable 2 m – operating time 11h with maximal intensity
Raku Grey / Bronze
Raku Green / Brass
Multi charging station – 24 lamps
Charging tray – 12 lamps
89 x 43,8 x H4,5 cm
Trolley for charging tray
90 x 45 x H107 cm
German designer Sebastian Herkner transposes contemporary objects into cultural artefacts and vice versa, channelling his appreciation of authentic materials and artisan skills combined with modern technology. After graduating from the University of Art and Design in Offenbach, Herkner’s apprenticeship with Stella McCartney in London triggered his fascination with form, structure, texture, material and effects, evident in all of his work, including even the smallest of details.
Herkner's Sillon, part of the &Tradition collection, are a series of circular and rectangular mirrors in varying sizes inspired by the designs of French Art Deco.