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The Unbound lamps collection by the Danish studio Space Copenhagen offers a nice contrast between the marble base and the cylindrical lampshade, which brings the shade as close to the base as possible and diffuses a soft ambient light. The lampshade pivots around an off-center brass axis via a discreet ball joint, alignment with the foot being done only once per 360° rotation.
Materials lampshade in white linen or natural canvas – brass axle - grey marble base
Dimensions Ø12xH45 cm – Ø17xH80 cm – Ø23xH120 cm
Unbound H45 cm – Natural Canvas
Unbound H45 cm – White linen
Unbound H80 cm – Natural Canvas
Unbound H80 cm – White Linen
Unbound H120 cm – Natural Canvas
Unbound H120 cm – White Linen
Established in 2005 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou, Space Copenhagen is a design studio that works across multiple disciplines, from furniture, lighting and refined objects to art installations, art direction and interior design for private homes, hotels and restaurants all over the world.
"We call our approach Poetic Modernism."
The ambition is to forge new paths by balancing opposites — classic and modern, industrial and organic, sculptural and minimal, light and shade. Duality and contrast. Curiosity as a fundamental human condition.
The studio’s intuitive approach embodies designs that are distinctively shaped by the given circumstances, functional needs, and a fundamental interest in human behavior. It is a sense of and belief in slow aesthetic that centers around quality and longevity.
Space Copenhagen has created lauded furniture pieces for some of the world’s leading manufacturers such as GUBI, Stellar Works, Fredericia Furniture, &Tradition and Mater. In addition, Space Copenhagen continuously substantiates their roster of high-end interiors at an international level, following, among others, their award-winning design for 11 Howard hotel in New York, The Stratford opening in London Spring 2019, along with already acclaimed destination restaurants Geranium and the first Noma in Copenhagen.