This project tries to simplify the always-complex object of the lamp. Its aesthetical motive makes it suitable for any interior space. Taking Enzo Mari’s “Autoprogettazione”, as a reference of good and functional design, the lamps are easy and cheap to produce, and easy assemble.
The project consists of a family of two lamps. One is a floor lamp (mum koolah), and the other one a table lamp (joey koolah). Both designs use the exact same solutions and are produced the same way, with the only difference of size. Both lamps can be assembled without any screws or any other external parts, achieving the easiest way to build up a lamp. Even the cable and the lamp holder’s assembly is easy.
The structure parts are made of wood. The shade is made of a white polypropylene sheet with an elastic cord. The part that fixes the lamp holder with the wooden structure, is made out of a custom blended wire.
Koolah lamps are a perfect example of a simple, easy and cheap design. The design is by, Barcelona born designers, Carla Cava and Jordi Poblet, from Australian based studio, Den Studio, that from Melbourne, they have specialized in product, furniture and graphic design projects. More information
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