Ayno lighting collection by Stefan Diez for Midgard

Ayno lighting collection by Stefan Diez for Midgard

Dezeen Showroom: German lighting brand Midgard has added a new Silk Grey colour option to its Ayno lighting collection, designed by Stefan Diez around an arced fibreglass rod.

The Ayno collection of floor and table lamps are designed to be flexible and adjustable without the use of joints.

Ayno light in Silk Grey looming over a breakfast table
All three models in the Ayno lighting collection are available in a new colour called Silk Grey

The lamps have a curving rod of slender fibreglass, which is pulled into the desired position by adjusting two rings and a textile-coated cable that stretches between them.

This tension design is borrowed from a Bauhaus-era Midgard product, while LED light and low-voltage technology enable Ayno's cable to be impressively thin.

Ayno light in Silk Grey with a bright orange cord perched over an armchair
The light can be bent into position by adjusting the tension on the rod

"The design of Ayno is based on the idea of creating an adjustable luminaire that is even more minimalist than its Midgard predecessors, yet seeks their proximity and speaks a thoroughly technical language," said Midgard owners David Einsiedler and Joke Rasch.

All Ayno models are available with either a neon orange or neutral black cable, and the cone-shaped shade is made of durable and recyclable polycarbonate.

The Silk Grey colour is available across all three models in the Ayno range – one table lamp and two-floor lamps.

Product: Ayno
Designer: Stefan Diez
Brand: Midgard

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