The Good King Henry lamp is made out of oak and powder coated steel tubes. It is surmounted by a fabric shade.
The authors were guided by the idea of a perfect workmanship. The simplicity of the structural elements stresses
their functionality and the combination of the bright colours with the pale hue of the wood gives the object subtleness.
The shade was placed on a movable arm, which enables the users to adapt the inclination of the lamp
so it best fits their needs and the nature of the interior. The irregular arrangement of the slats gives the lamp
three different faces – the shape of the object changes according to the perspective from which it is observed.
It awakens curiosity and encourages user interaction.
materials: oak wood, steel, fabric
high: 180 cm
year of production: september 2009
authors: Dorota Kulawik and Jan Modzelewski
photos: Wawrzyniec Skoczylas