The Aki Lamp by Studio Dreimann Was Inspired by a Leafy Canopy

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 19, 2012 • References: studiodreimann & contemporist
Although it might not be discernible at the get-go, the Aki Lamp was inspired by a leafy canopy. The overall shape does resemble a large leaf while the inner lines can be likened to its veins. Beautiful in a bare-boned sort of way, the Aki Lamp is perfect for just about any space, in the home or at the office.

The Aki Lamp was designed by Studio Dreimann, a firm based in Hannover, Germany. Created for lighting manufacturer ITRE, it was specifically made with large-scale conference rooms in mind. The Aki Lamp is made to reside over a large table, and not the kind found in dining rooms. Lightweight and delicate-looking, it is CNC milled and has six small recesses for the LED strips. The Aki Lamp emits a bright, warm light. Stats for Bare-Boned Ceiling Lights Trending: Older & Chilly
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