Howin Floor Lamps | Marc Sadler is often a genius for easy yet unimaginable solutions
– take Twiggy, for instance, a light, flexible arc lamp.
One day he got into the company and showed us something worth it to read: a fisherman’s rod.
The designer believes how the simple shape and adaptability in the material’s performance makes Twiggy unique and different in the other products on the market: “The material is often a carbon/fiberglass mix, come up with which has a binding resin. It has a high mechanical resistance which is extremely light and ductile.” The fact that it is ductile enables the creation of shapes that have been ‘stretched’ for the very limit also to obtain unusually sized diffusers. The flexibility in the material defines the ample and essential curve in the arm that carries the sunlight source in the base, which can be height adjustable because of something of counterweights, and length adjustable which has a set of arm extensions.
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Twiggy Floor Lamp comprises of linear sections, much like a fisherman’s rod in the support for a tent. When it is taken apart it occupies very little space once it is assembled it curves harmoniously. A simple system of counterweights, in a space across the diffuser, allows the height to become adjusted at distances of 5 cm.
Twiggy’s base is also inspired by the image of a fisherman’s rod occur the floor, which has a simple, light disc it doesn’t occupy much space. Yet, at the beginning in the project, it was a good metal body. Now it is simple to insert anywhere, even by sliding it within a table, a chair or even a carpet.
Twiggy is often a slender, natural symbol in space and because of this slender nature it may be marked with strong colors, to harmonize with any type of environment or taste.