October 4, 2023


Learn new things

This sliding ceiling lamp has received us ‘hooked’ on to its adaptable, playful, modular design and style!

Designer Huisu Jo was observings people’s behavior in ‘Dongmyo’ which is a traditional Korean industry the place every thing is applied as the ‘most practical way’. He saw persons currently being resourceful with even scraps and was impressed by the reality that hangers are made use of as the most straightforward way to show things. Even in neighborhood Indian marketplaces, hangers are utilized to build a makeshift shelf for the items and in some cases even utilised to hold lights to present the objects laid out beneath when it is dark. Hook is a lamp that is influenced by these makeshift hacks and has been designed to let buyers regulate the posture of the gentle in accordance to their wants.

Lights are commonly mounted but Hook brings that adaptability to the appliance so it can be aligned with our life style. For illustration, I want to examine in my nook but it is not appropriate below the ceiling mild so I have to purchase another light-weight or adjust my reading corner – this may perhaps not be easy in tiny spaces or for my pocket. But with Hook, I can just slide the mild towards my corner and again when I am performed. It keeps the flooring house absolutely free although introducing a dynamic factor to the if not monotonous and unexciting ceiling lights.

Hook’s aesthetic is minimal and modern. It could have been black and white for a sleek glance but I really like the pastel blue and bright orange – it adds a pop of shade without the need of being way too bold and turns the light-weight into a practical accent piece in your household. The clever layout also allows you have 2-3 hook lamps so you can disperse or focus the gentle. Simply hook the lamp on to the bar and slide it as for each your space and your situation. Hook is modular, flexible, and playful – a refreshing take on hanging ceiling lights!

Designer: Huisu Jo