You might be inclined to guess that a certain sort of edible fungus was the inspiration for the Shelter Lamp, yet the consideration that influenced its earlier stages of development was actually something quite unexpected. The problem of how to transition between the stand and the electrical cord was perhaps the top priority for HolmbäckNordentoft.
A little upturned lip was integrated into the bases of the table and floor lamps, letting the cable escape. This small curl in the material was repeated throughout the piece, determining the curvacious shapes of the Normann Copenhagen product. The bold, black body of the Shelter Lamp features a cinch at the neck and an elegant mushroom cap lampshade. Its white underside reflects rays out at a wide angle to bathe the entire space in light.
The Shelter Lamp Has an Umbrella-Esque Top for Brilliant Distribution
1. Curvacious Shapes - Exploring the use of curvacious shapes in product design to create unique and visually appealing aesthetics.
2. Mushroom Cap Lampshades - Incorporating mushroom cap lampshades in lighting designs to provide brilliant and wide-angle light distribution.
3. Integrating Upturned Lips - Utilizing upturned lips in product bases to provide a seamless transition for cables and electrical cords.
1. Lighting Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create lighting fixtures that combine curvacious shapes and mushroom cap lampshades for improved light distribution and unique visual appeal.
2. Furniture Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Incorporate upturned lips in furniture designs to seamlessly integrate cables and electrical cords, enhancing the overall aesthetic and functionality of the pieces.
3. Interior Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Utilize curvacious shapes and mushroom cap lampshades in interior design to create visually striking and well-illuminated spaces.