The âLambent Chair´ [Lambent= Glowing, gleaming, or flickering with a soft radiance] by Glen Lewis-Steele is designed to satisfy two foremost features. By itself it’s a lamp; an embedded, glowing change on its neck prompts the crescent formed, LED lamp. Its main perform is in fact to be a chair. Though visually suggesting in any other case, the chair could be very sturdy with the dangling rear rope disguising a bent, metallic bar, which takes the place of the lacking hind legs. Its remaining perform is that of a studying lamp.
When sat on, the consumer´s weight compresses an inbuilt spring loaded mechanism. Activating an inner system of pressure wires which tighten and loosen like tendons in a finger, inflicting the lamp to twist its mild down in the direction of the consumer after which straighten again up once they stand. This weight induced bending movement took inspiration from a childhood collapsible giraffe toy, whereas the chair´s supplies include my house nations New Zealand beech wooden and Techflex, silica sleeving. [Photos and information provided via e-mail byGlen Lewis-Steele]