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BUBBLE BOY WALL ø300mm

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SKU T50001
Toote perekond BUBBLE BOY
TYPE WALL LAMP
Finishing white
Valgusallika tüüp E27
Light source 1xE27
Maksimaalne võimsus 1x40W
TEXTILE
BUBBLE BOY WALL red 1 x E27
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Description

Humour is the focal point in many designs by Tarmo Luisk. Bubble Boy is a delightful wall-luminaire lighting up not only the room but also people in it. Whether the bubble is big or small is up to you – by changing the light bulb you can change the whole appearance of this fun fixture.

Specification

Toote perekond

BUBBLE BOY

TYPE

WALL LAMP

Finishing

white

Valgusallika tüüp

E27

Light source

1xE27

Maksimaalne võimsus

1x40W

TEXTILE

Tarmo Luisk

Tarmo Luisk, Born 31 march 1970

Tarmo Luisk experiments between product design and art. His is a compromise between designer and artist to do a bit of everything. Tarmo Luisk is one of the most well-known and most productive individuals among modern Estonian designers; he has created furniture, lamps and clocks and has also dealt with public space. Luisk’s work is a considered compromise between detail and smartness. He is a perfectionist in design and very critical of himself. He may even redo a sketch of an item a hundred times; it is only important that he himself is pleased with the final result. But most importantly – he believes that design has to be witty. There is always a small trick in his work. He enjoys giving witty titles to his works and so his public looks at his design work through the prism of humour.

Produced by 4ROOM designed by Tarmo Luisk

Universal 2001
Artist 2002
Square 2005
Rose 2006
Bubble boy 2007
Spider 2011
Crane 2012
What? 2014
Luisk has had many solo exhibitions, participated in group exhibitions and entered competitions; he has won all the design prizes and awards on offer in Estonia.

Major Awards
2008 The Estonian Design Award Bruno, the best design project of the year.

2014 The Estonian Design Award Bruno, the best design project of the year.