the brutal light.
every now and then we find something on our treasure hunt that even we can’t classify: no designer name, no manufacturer logo, but a treasure nonetheless. here’s another nice example: a table lamp somewhere between brutalist modern and minimal art, its sculptural quality making it expressive and impressive at the same time. this lamp must be a unique, handmade piece.
the luminaire consists of three rectangular upstanding tubes, which end at different heights with a bend to the outside and a light bulb in each of the angled ends. the material, probably bronze or brass, has a gray-green, uniformly rough (cast?) surface, like coarse concrete. it makes a wonderful centerpiece on a big table or kitchen island, softly illuminating the area around itself.
the table lamp is newly wired.