Swedish designer Clara von Zweigbergk has generated mosaic lamps reminiscent of warm air balloons to get Danish lighting manufacturer Louis Poulsen. The form and colours of this lively lamps take cues in the trip Von Zweigbergk after happened to Tivoli Gardens, an amusement park in Copenhagen.
The four stripes of colour employed in the plan cooperation refer to the rotation motion of objects and rides which may be understood in Tivoli, articulating the optical illusion when colours merge into different rings. The Cirque lamps are produced from powder-coated spun aluminum and come in 3 dimensions, which are suspended in varying degrees.
Each lamp has four bands of bright color across the shade and are available in three different color combinations. The brightest variation is comprised of teal, vermillion, powder blue and a pale yellow bands of color. Other options include a slightly more subdued palette with white, copper and mossy green hues.
The lower half of the tear-drop shape of the lamp has been cut short to allow a downward light distribution, which is particularly suited to being suspended low above tables or collectively as low-hanging groups in the corner of a room.
Source : DigsDigs