Chantal for Slamp | Doriana + Massimiliano Fuksas

Chantal for Slamp

Internationally renowned architects Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas created for slamp a series of hanging luminaires called ‘Chantal’ that they presented at Eurolace during the 2015 Salone del Mobile. With the idea of creating an object that gives an illusion of multiplying endlessly, Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas used light as a medium to create this illusion in the form of a lamp. Made from the strata of materials such as Cristaflex and Lentiflex and then perforated, the hexagonal cut outs are placed strategically one behind another in order to give a diffused glow from the lamp that makes it appear as if the volume is really multiplying. ¬†Available in blue, orange and white and in 3 different sizes, what makes this lamp stand out is the kind of warm glow that it gives. Apart from that, each lamp holds the unique property of fitting into a modern minimalist setting as well as a more ornamental middle-eastern decor.

By: Shamita Chaudhry

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