This beautifully subtle lighting object, called Colour, is a collaborative effort of two of Norway's most acclaimed design stars Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik, produced by French furniture firm Ligne Roset. The piece is comprised of a series of diffusers, placed in front of a light source. Free standing and fully adjustable, these screens create different light and colour effects.
Daniel Rybakken explains:
Using sheets of coloured glass placed freely in front of a light source, Colour invites the user to mix various hues. I was also intrigued here by the exploded concept of a lamp, formed not only of multiple components, but by multiple objects too.
This power to co-create, given to the user, opens up many possibilities. Diffusers may vary in shape and transparency, creating even more unique combinations.