Zandi no. 44
designed by Het Lichtlab
ZANDI 01: 24 x 24 x 18 cm
ZANDI 02: 18 x 18 x 18.5 cm
ZANDI 03: 19 x 19 x 19 cm
Gorinchem (The Netherlands), 2020
Images courtesy of Het Lichtlab
With sand as a base material, Zandi gets a unique structure. Here, a granular material and one of the most famous natural substances on earth is transformed into a light object.
Rocks become stones, stones become gravel and gravel becomes sand. Grains of sand are moved by wind and water and form sand shapes on the beach and in the dunes. The abrasive effect of the sand ensures that special objects are created.
These layered sand shapes are Zandi's starting points. These blocks can be 3D printed. This results in unlimited possibilities and endless shapes.
Available on request.
Quartz sand (SH – F03)
Sabina van der Ham
Dutch designer Sabine van der Ham’s innovative and refreshing vision on lighting and use of materials enables her to create interior designs in her own unique and compelling style.
Sabine knows how to translate the needs of her customers by creating perfectly sustainable, environmentally friendly lighting solutions. She designs from the perspective of circular economy; responsible use and recycling of materials. In order to ensure this philosophy, Sabine is closely involved in the production of all her lighting designs.
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