Joren Naerebout, a young and talented interior designer for the Amsterdam based Studio Bakker, recently shared with me his exquisitely handcrafted lighting fixture, .02 Luminaire.
The frame is bent by hand in a steel mould. The luminaire carefully balances between the floor and the wall. The shape of the frame is designed to elevate and embrace the bulb and guide the wire.
The material used for the slim, minimal frame is a blackened steel. This is a frame design that carefully considers the aesthetic impact of the wire, which results in the wire appearing as a seamless extension or continuation of the frame itself - an aspect of this floor lamp I really enjoy.
It is available for purchase, however Naerebout must be currently contacted personally.