O M I N O | P o s e r (S) Orange
SUGO design founding members Kevin and Giulia wanted to ask some questions about what a lamp design can be: When is a lamp not just a lamp but a sculpture? Can it be part of a family? Can it emit motion and emotion like humans? These spike a light bulb in their minds and the OMINO lamp was born. They decided on a lamp base on movements of us human as SUGO design team are always inspired by motion and elements related to biological lifeform which the design teams see as a great fit to their ideology. The design is a symbolization of everyday activity by humans in any given situation and activities. Made simply by bending tubular steel into a symbolic movement of the human body with an opaque glass sphere and internal lighting emission that represent the human head and mind, it is a design that evokes people within spaces. Omino lamp questions the archaic representation of lighting as just objects of illumination and fuses silhouette of a humanoid into a dynamic design. The initial collection contains 6 motions with one representing a young infant to mimic the collective of a family but infinite designs can be expanded as human motion are one of the most complex and diversify in the animal kingdom. When OMINO lamp is places inside a space, the audience and the designs become part of the space and transfuses the user with the design into a single representation of sculptural forms. “It is a unique concept that fuses the user and a static product into one unified live and inanimate dichotomy in the most surreal and abstractive ways” as remark by Kevin and Giulia.
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