Satori lamp by Daniel Hulsbergen for Odesi

March 10th, 2014 by Camra’s blog

It’s grand size is the first thing you’ll notice, the Satori lamp has a imposing presence. Touch or hold the lamp, and you’ll be surprised by how light it is. The secret lies in the materials. The framework is made from Balsa wood, a specific tree that originates from Southern and Middle America.

The Satori has an inner and outer frame, both are octagons (8 corners). The smaller inner frame is fully covered with the Oratex fabric to have similiar effect as a lampshade. The outer frame only has 4 side covered, meaning the light will be divided and diffused further away into the room.

The white fabric used to cover the lightsource is named Oratex. It’s a durable and lightweight material also used in spanning aircraft wings. It has a natural look and a soft touch. Thanks to Oratex, the Satori can be produced with little to no enviromental impact, because there’s no glue, no paint and no solvents needed.

Designed by Daniel Hulsbergen for Odesi

http://www.odesi.eu

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