A lamp designed with minimum environmental impact and the maximum light efficiency for large spaces noviembre 2, 2011Posted by jagf in diseño industrial, ecodesign, ecodiseño, energias renovables, iluminacion.
Tags: ana yago, canesu, cardboard, design, diseño, ecodesign, lamp, lampara, led, sanserif creatius
A lamp designed for large spaces offering minimal environmental impact and maximum energy efficiency is the latest creation of Sanserif Creatius designers. The lamp it was presented at “My cHair Needs a Haircut” exhibition, within the Valencia Disseny Week (VDW), cultural event which takes place next to the Feria Habitat Valencia.
Canesu is inspired by traditional textiles on which is built a dress. In fact, the lamp is essentially a metaphor for the accessory things, because the lamp structure is built using only recycled materials as a skeleton that finally creates the luminaire.
Canesu is designed to dress up a space, but without becoming a visual separator, without hiding their environment, but on the contrary, it aims to integrate and be functional, maintaining a high aesthetic look. In addition, the piece has been designed to be assembled and disassembled, allowing it a flexibility that usually haven’t this type of luminaires designed for decorating large spaces.
Canesu is a responsible and contemporary lamp, incorporating the latest LED technology to improve the quality of light and the savings in energy consumption and with the versatility of recycled corrugated cardboard.