Vestige lamp by Ross Gardam
Dezeen Showroom: taking cues from Brutalist design, Australian designer Ross Gardam has released a lamp composed of blocky geometric shapes made from cast crystal glass.
Named Vestige, the lamp is the result of a collaboration between Gardam and glass artist Peter Kovacsy, whose sculptural work is informed by the remote wilderness of Western Australia.
The Vestige lamp has a simple silhouette made up of an upright rectangular block merged with a hemispherical shape, reminiscent of the simplicity of Brutalist architecture.
Bubbles in the glass create a speckled texture when illuminated, intended to celebrate the lamp's unique materiality.
"Intentionally ambiguous, the brutalist-inspired sculptural form reveals its archetype when illuminated," said Ross Gardam. "Vestige celebrates the allure, texture, and volume of glass."
Designed for tabletop use, Vestige lights come in one translucent finish and are mounted onto a raw aluminium base accompanied by a cone-shaped dimmer.
Designer: Ross Gardam
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