Creeping up

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have created a lamp that takes inspiration from nature, and more specifically a climbing plant.

Using a number of tangled wires, the Bouroullec brothers’ Aim Lamp resembles an ivy plant that is slowly climbing up a wall.

French design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have created a lamp that is based on their original Liane light. Using tougher materials such as polycarbonate and aluminium, the Aim Lamp can be seen as an industrial version of the Liane light, which was originally covered in leather.

The Aim Lamp is made with a number of fixation points, which can be attached to a variety of surfaces. “We have developed a new type of lamp that is naturally positioned in space – like a plant,” say the brothers. With the number of fixation points and suspension wires, the lamps can be arranged to suit the users needs and taste.

The general idea underpinning the project is to offer a lamp, which can be infinitely adjusted to satisfy all lighting needs, say the brothers.

The Aim Lamp is available in either black or white. 

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