The Apoc Lamp is created using simple, honest, raw materials and construction techniques byChicago based industrial designer and artist Steven Haulenbeek. The warm white LEDs are set into a routed channel in the lamp head and are diffused by a thin strip of etched Lexan. The legs, lamp head and stem are shaped as a dovetail joint allowing the parts to slide into position.
Walnut wood with LED lights
Steven Haulenbeek is a Chicago based industrial designer and artist working in the fields of furniture, lighting, accessories, conceptual objects, events and interiors. He received his BA in Sculpture from Hope College in 2002 and an MFA in Designed Objects from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2006. In 2007 he founded his design practice, Steven Haulenbeek Design Concepts Inc. with the interest in experimental, material, and process based design work. His work has been exhibited and published internationally.
The goal in designing the Apoc lamp was to create a piece that eliminated as much of the manufacturing process and fabrication of components as possible. He used a reductive process as means of building something as opposed to adding fasteners and needless embellishments. The Apoc lamp is created using simple, honest, raw materials and construction techniques to create a very unique, beautiful, functional desk lamp with the utmost ease of production and transport.
Photo by Bob Coscarelli
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