Isny:
A small lamp for the sideboard, the desk or the shelf


A playful light sculpture that can be positioned in different directions with diffusers that can be adjusted to shape the light

 

In my opinion, a well-planned lighting scheme consists of two elements: Focused accent lights to give liveliness and structure on the one hand and a number of dim and diffuse lights placed on a lower level or on the wall to provide cosiness and to smooth out harsh contrasts on the other hand.
With the technical revolution caused by the LED becoming the most energy efficient light source while also providing a high quality of light with very good colour rendering, I have worked on different light sculptures over the past years; always trying to promote the LED as a viable alternative to incandescent lamps.

Isny is a small lamp for the sideboard, the desk or the shelf. It gives off warm and diffuse light, but it is more of a playful sculpture that can be positioned in different directions whilst the diffusers can be adjusted to shape the light. Atypically for a light fixture, it is largely built from wood, constructed in the way of a picture frame. With the wooden frame coming in natural oak or black stained ash and the aluminium back plate easily being custumized, there is a huge variety of options. The LEDs are placed on one of the front aluminium wings that take in the heat while the control gear is located in the double walled back so that it is switched off on the primary side to eliminate stand-by power consumption.