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Abyss by Kundalini

Abyss by Kundalini

Milan preview: Kundalini have sent us images of Abyss, a new lamp design by Berlin-based product designers Osko+Deichmann that will be launched at Euroluce lighting fair in Milan this week.


The light comes in a table version and a suspension version and consists of a LED strip light contained within a flexible tube of polycarbonate.


Project description and technical details below:


Designed by the German studio Osko+Deichmann based in Berlin, Abyss is one of the leading projects of Kundalini’s collection at Euroluce 2007.

Abyss is a table lamp composed by a modular structure of injection moulded opal polycarbonate illuminated by a high voltage LED strip.

This vertebrate structure allows infinite combinations of self-standing articulated forms that seem to freely float in space.

The subliminal perception of this light body evokes atmospheres of deep ocean ambience in which luminous organisms sinuously and beamingly float into the darkness.


Thanks to a provided hook Abyss can also be hung to the wall and shaped according to the new position.

In the ceiling version the structure is suspended onto a white Plexiglas cylinder and integrated with a fluorescent spot.


design: Osko+Deichmann 2007

Table lamp with high voltage LED strip and modular structure in injection moulded opal polycarbonate.

Ø 110cm
1 x 10W LED strip

Abyss ceiling
design: Osko+Deichmann 2007

Suspension lamp with high voltage LED strip and modular structure in injection moulded opal polycarbonate, attached to white Plexiglas tube with fluorescent spotlight.

L 330cm Ø 100cm – Spot H 25cm Ø 10cm
1 x 10W LED strip – 1 x E27 15W fluorescent spot