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  • satori design pendant lamp from balsa wood and oratex
  • satori design pendant lamp from balsa wood and oratex
  • satori design pendant lamp from balsa wood and oratex
  • satori design pendant lamp from balsa wood and oratex
  • satori design pendant lamp from balsa wood and oratex
  • satori design pendant lamp from balsa wood and oratex
  • satori design pendant lamp from balsa wood and oratex
  • satori design pendant lamp from balsa wood and oratex
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satori pendant lamp from balsawood and oratex

Project Details

Pendant lamp made from Balsawood and Oratex.

Client

Odesi, The Netherlands

Year

2018


Satori

Satori lamp was designed by Daniel Hulsbergen for the Dutch design brand odesi. He took inspiration from his childhood when he used to build model gliders. That’s why he used only light and very strong materials to create the beautiful lamp you’ll see below.

“I created a lamp with an interwoven construction that is surprisingly light. Because they are high-end materials they are naturally good looking, fit for most interiors”, says Hulsbergen.

The Satori has an inner and outer frame; both are octagons. The smaller inner frame is fully covered with the Oratex fabric to have similar 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 framework is made from Balsa wood, a specific tree that originates from Southern and Middle America.

  • Satori small design pendant lamp from balsawood and oratex
  • Satori small design pendant lamp from balsawood and oratex
  • Satori small design pendant lamp from balsawood and oratex
satori small pendant lamp from balsawood and oratex

Project Details

Pendant lamp (S) made from Balsawood and Oratex.

Client

Odesi, The Netherlands

Year

2018


Satori-S

Satori lamp was designed by Daniel Hulsbergen for the Dutch design brand odesi. He took inspiration from his childhood when he used to build model gliders. That’s why he used only light and very strong materials to create the beautiful lamp you’ll see below.

“I created a lamp with an interwoven construction that is surprisingly light. Because they are high-end materials they are naturally good looking, fit for most interiors”, says Hulsbergen.

The Satori has an inner and outer frame; both are octagons. The smaller inner frame is fully covered with the Oratex fabric to have similar 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 framework is made from Balsa wood, a specific tree that originates from Southern and Middle America.

  • lighthouse pendant lamp material balsawood and oratex
  • lighthouse pendant lamp material balsawood and oratex
  • lighthouse pendant lamp material balsawood and oratex
  • lighthouse pendant lamp material balsawood and oratex
lighthouse pendant lamp material balsawood and oratex

Project Details

Pendant lamp made from Balsawood and Oratex.

Client

Odesi, The Netherlands

Year

2018


Lighthouse

The Lighthouse comes from the same family as the Satori lamp. The materials used are therefore the same: Balsa and Oratex. The form, however, I opted for something quite different. Instead of around the Lighthouse is mainly square and angular.

Inspired by our contemporary architecture and interiors. They are almost always rectangular. You could call the Lighthouse can be seen as a miniature of the room.

  • pattern dessin
  • pattern dessin
  • pattern dessin
  • pattern dessin
  • pattern dessin
  • pattern dessin
pattern dessin

Project Details

Brutal Camouflage Pattern Dessin

Client

Studio Daniel, The Netherlands

Year

2010


Brutal Camouflage

Brutal Camouflage Discover the dark side of pattern design

Brutal Camouflage is a collection of fashion patterns constructed out of positive and negative emotions. Winning and losing, black and white, triumph and fear, love and hate.

Opposing but equal emotions that balance out the patterns. If you look at them long and closely, you will observe not only the beauty of these patterns, but also their dark side.

  • centerpiece ceramic delft blue vase with rotan
  • centerpiece ceramic delft blue vase with rotan
  • centerpiece ceramic delft blue vase with rotan
centerpiece ceramic delft blue vase with rotan

Project Details

Centerpiece Delft Blue Vases with Rotan

Client

Studio Daniel, The Netherlands

Year

2015


Centerpiece

Combining two Dutch Trades
Centerpiece is series of sculptural vases with a combination of two traditional Dutch crafts. A combination of fragmented Delfts Blue vases with beautifully hand crafted wicker braiding.

Filling in the missing parts of the fragmented vase by elegantly combining the two materials which are visible by contrast. During the research of Rotan I came to the discovery that the Netherlands has a very long history with wicker and basketry.

Nowadays there is little respect left for this particular craftsmanship. Today basketry is used for everyday products and I wanted to give this craft and material the respect that it deserves, an homage.

Bringing two traditional crafts together, basketry and Delft Blue into one contemporary object.

Centerpiece is nominated for the: DOEN | Materiaalprijs 2011
MEMORABILIA | RECIPROCITY design Liège 2012