Katie Treggiden

Studio Inbetween's Stunning 'One Piece of Lamp' Uses Only a Single Sheet of Aviation Plywood

by , 10/03/12

One Piece of Lamp, Lee Kiseung, 100% Design, International Pavilion, London Design Festival, LDF12, eco design, green design, sustainable design

The One Piece of Lamp, by Korean designer Kiseung Lee of Studio Inbetween, was one of the outstanding eco-designs showcased at this year’s 100% Design International Pavilion. It is a multi-purpose interior lamp made from a single slice of aviation plywood panel (aka PVC, PET or carbon paper). Here the material is cut in such a way that makes it extendable and flexible. It is created without waste, and it is incredibly lightweight and can be flat-packed for low-emission transportation. Studio Inbetween is a design studio founded in 2010 by Kiseung Lee, which is currently operating in Helsinki, Finland. The agency aims to “discover new possibilities from geometric features with different perspectives and a wide spectrum of methods.”

+ Studio Inbetween

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