André Teoman Studio presented two experimental novelties, Jack, a lamp family and Rapunzel, a full body wall mirror at Tendence. Besides the novelties you could also find the Zoo Collection and the Pico lamps at the studio booth at the Talents area Stand D81 in Hall 9. This is the fair where retailers and buyers from large trading organizations come to order the must-haves for a successful autumn/winter season and the coming spring/summer 2019.
A visual insight about the story behind the Jack lamp family.
“F**K all these cables” – said Jack! (and everyone that uses electronic devices)
In a time where we need electric cables for everything and get tangled with them, Jack stages the problem of cable chaos in a humorous way, instead of hiding it. This lamp family can be rearranged and even composed as you wish since the object and the cable interact in all different sorts of ways depending on how you compose the mesh.
Lina Kanafani curates Mint Luminates, an exhibition exploring new and unusual concepts in product design and lighting. Over 60 new and established international designers and UK graduates selected for their ability to overturn assumptions and shine light on our preconceptions.
In a week where all design professionals and enthusiasts are looking at only one city, it was a great opportunity and responsibility to have my little corner at Salone Satellite after being selected by the organization. Like before I wanted my space to be visually attractive and all the concepts and stories behind the pieces easily understandable. In my stand I was presenting the Kaleidoscope Table, The Zoo Collection, Pico Lamp, and the novelties Ode to a Pig, Not for Sale sign, Buuh Poufs, and the Modern Gargoyle in the award area.