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What to call this lamp? When you look at the bottom of the lamp and add a little imagination, you can see the silhouette of a planet. The lower wooden shield is visually very similar to the rings of Saturn, the sixth planet from the sun. The dark lamp housing reminds of the darkness of space. When I saw it, I immediately realized that I would link the name of the lamp with Saturn. That is how SALAMP was named: \"Sa-\" stands for Saturn.
The embodiment of warmth and life energy
Salamp is a modern pendant lamp with a single light source. Its simple and concise shape are the perfect embodiment of modern minimalism. The lamp is not just an object, it is the embodiment of warmth and a good life energy.
Material: steel, wood
Stainless steel is used for creating the main shape. The fastening parts (upper and lower panels) are made of light wood, which has a distinct texture. The lower panel is stretched with linen fabric, which helps the lighting to become more warm and diffuse. The combination of wood and metal also creates a great synergy between warmth and cold.
The main criteria I had in mind were: simplicity, restraint and purity. The main shape consists of a cone and straight lines. I tried to combine these two into a silhouette that is massive and light at the same time. That is how I came up with the silhouette of a cone caught on a stick. Besides this it was also inspired by Japanese architecture.
My name is Igor Gavrilenko and I am 22. I live in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. I am an architect-designer in one of the best architectural studios of Kiev and studied at the Kiev National University of Construction and Architecture. In my spare time I like to follow new trends in the field of architecture, design and fashion. I'm a big fan of Japanese culture, electronic music and the American era of the 30's and 40's.