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Flow table lamp

Normann Copenhagen

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Normann Copenhagen, Danish Design Furniture & Lighting
Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016
Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016

The Flow table lamp consists of four slender metal elements, which are connected to each other in three places but can always be rotated. This extremely dynamic construction allows the light to be directed in different directions. If the lamp sees its general shape vary according to the movement of each of its elements, they fit together harmoniously to give the impression that it is composed of a single piece. This results in a light and airy architecture.

Flow has elegant small LED bulbs that blend gracefully with the rest of the lamp. Its small functional details are also nicely integrated: the small handle of the lamp head and the dimmer placed on the foot look like small buds. They are made of polished metal, which catches the eye, for an intuitive interaction.

Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016

Material Powder Coated Metal
Light source LED chip 5W. 2800-3200K – life span LED 30000h
Dimensions H42 x 58 x 16cm – textile cord 2m

Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016

Black

Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016

White

Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016
Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016
Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016
Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016
Flow table lamp Andres Kowalewski, 2016

Andreas Kowalewski

Andreas Kowalewski

Born in Berlin, Andreas Kowalewski began his path in design with a cabinetmaker apprenticeship, after which he went on to study Industrial Design at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen. Since his graduation in 2006, he has developed products, furniture and lighting for some of the leading companies in the design field. In 2012, Andreas founded his Amsterdam based studio, where he works on various design solutions, covering the overall spectrum of the design process.

Andreas' work is strongly influenced by his passion for experimenting with materials, construction principles and innovative technologies. He is driven by an ambition to create design solutions that have meaning and reduce complexity, while using as little material as possible.

"I am continuously searching for purity in form and detail as well as perfection in well-made objects. Purposeful objects, which value craftsmanship and inspire the imagination of people."