Liquid Color Kuken Lamp
The Liquid Kuken Lamp celebrates color and its uniqueness when combined with transparent materials like bakelite. Developed in New York in 1907, bakelite was the first synthetic plastic. Lamps built in the Sixties for heating newborn chicks in the coop transform into elegant and simple contemporary lighting.
The lamp is covered with colored resin and held by a handcrafted wooden structure. The shape of the wooden frame is a hexagram and each side has a 30 degree angle. This piece is the result of very fine carpentry.
Available also without plexiglass
Ro Edition - Limited Edition of 30 pieces
Price on request