Jinn, designed by Mathias Hahn

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reinterpretation of a classic decorative lamp comprising a base and lamp

shade. In opposition to the traditional build of a central structure holding

the shade and light source in place, Jinn is deconstructing this typology by

removing the stem. The metal shade is supported by a glass piece that is

mounted on top of the base. The light source itself is located in the base

so that the light is reflected from the lamp shade and emits through the

glass. Being reminiscent of oil or gas lamps the control for dimming and

switching is positioned on the base of the lamp. Using the wheel on the

side, the intensity of light can be adjusted in a very intuitive manner.

Jinn, designed by Mathias Hahn

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