Within this lamp the bamboo is changed into fine and smooth slices. Its shape is easy to control. Especially by a breeze through an open window the delicate curves of bamboo are fluttering and dancing.
This lamp is made of bamboo and the construction imitates the frame of an umbrella. When the lamp is turned off, it is a cylinder. When you turn it on, the shape of the shell changes, due to the flexibility characteristics of the bamboo.
The ‘Ning’ lamp uses a material mix of bamboo, porcelain powder and epoxy resin. This approach creates a suspenseful combination of traditional and new materials, whereby ancient handcraft meets a contemporary design language.
The lamp is composed of bamboo fibers which are adhered together by porcelain powder and epoxy resin on its bottom edge.
‘Chuán’ is characterized by very thin bamboo strings made by yuhang craftsmen.
after a while the pieces are becoming brown due drying,
the form of the lamp naturally following the given shape of the bamboo.