Bendant Lamp by Jaime Salm

Bendant Lamp by Jaime Salm

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Regina Yunghans
Feb 2, 2007

Green light, whoa. The Bendant Lamp, designed by Jaime Salm, is a green product that looks cool, is fun to use, and is functional.

The lamp can be modified by its user as its appendages are bent to create a unique form. The product is designed to be flat-packed and material waste in production and shipping. The lamp is formed from powder-coated sheet metal that is laser-cut.

The design's philosophy: Material and process guide the Bendant Lamp's design, making it a true example of eco-centric design. The size of the lamp, shape of the cuts and flat packaging are a result of material and manufacturing efficiencies. In addition, the lamp welcomes the user as co-designer pushing the boundaries of design and self-assembly.

Available from MIO.

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