Danish

Architurbine Pendant Lamp

Arkiturbine challenges the aesthetic expression which often characterises digital fabrication. Designer Hans Christian Asmussen has managed to create a soft and open form by only using digital fabrication with laser cut blade and frame. The construction method is simple and easily understood, but the result is surprising in its appearance.

Width:30,0

Depth:30,0

Height:22,5

 

Width:50,0

Depth:50,0

Height:36,5

 

Width:70,0

Depth:70,0

Height:51,5

 

Installation:IP20, class II, 3m black textile cable, with canopy

Material:Aluminium frame, plastic blades

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Designer

Hans Christian Asmussen

Hans Christian Asmussen

DENMARK

Hans Christian Asmussen is a designer located in Copenhagen. He holds a masterÂ’s degree in Design and is a board member of The Danish Arts and Crafts association. He teaches at Roskilde University and is a former member of The Arts and Crafts committee at The Danish Arts Foundation representing the design field.

 

Previously Hans Christian has worked with international marketing in Paris and New York and has handled several communication tasks for IBM WW, Apple and Microsoft to name but a few. Since 2010 focus has been on product design where he has developed several products for urban spaces.

 

Working with design always starts with a research based process. Sketches, prototypes, technology, signs and theory create the foundation for designs that make sense and have a long lifespan.

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