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WireRing lamps are the first industrial objects from the Formafantasma Studio. The designers think that the relationship humans have with light transcends a functional dimension and rises to an 

WireRing is exclusively composed of two distinct elements: an electrical cable in the shape of a belt and a ring containing a Led strip. The cable, which is often considered to be something to hide, is the focus point here, allowing energy transmission to the ring via electrical connectors.

Disassembled, the lamp is reduced to a minimum. Once mounted, it reveals sculptural features.
WireRing is available in different colors and finishes to elegantly match any interior. 

Materials colored rubber cable, extruded aluminum circle, foot control dimmer

Light source 180 LED 16W, 2700 K, 712 lm – dimmable

Dimensions H208 x D32 cm, circle Ø31 cm, cable length 2,5 m

White / White

Grey / Grey

Pink / Pink

White / Black

White / Gold

White / White

White / Grey

White / Black

White / Gold

Grey / White

Grey / Grey

Grey / Black

Grey / Pink

Pink / White

Pink / Grey

Pink / Black

Pink / Pink

Pink / Gold

Formafantasma

Andrea Trimarchi (1983) and Simone Farresin (1980) are Studio Formafantasma, an Italian designers duo based in Amsterdam,The Netherlands.

In perceiving their role as a bridge between craft, industry, object and user, they are interested in forging links between their research-based practice and a wider design industry. As a result, works by Studio Formafantasma have been commissioned by a variety of partners. Whether designing for a client or investigating alternative applications of materials, Studio Formafantasma apply the same rigorous attention to context, process and detail to every project they undertake. The added nuance for the duo is that they do so with an eye to the historical, political and social forces that have shaped their environments.

Their work has been presented and published internationally and museums such as New York's MoMA, London’s Victoria and Albert, New York's Metropolitan Museum, the Chicago Art Institute, Paris's Centre Georges Pompidou…

Andrea and Simone are lecturing and heading workshops in various Universities and Institutions. Currently they are teaching at the ‘Well Being’ and 'Contextual Design' Departments of the Design Academy Eindhoven.