Diva Lamp designed by Peter Natedal & Thomas Kalvatn Egset
Peter Natedal (born 1981) originates from a household with a lengthy practice of furniture selling, based in Porsgrunn, Norway. He graduated with a Masters in Furniture Design from Oslo National Academy of Arts in 2008. He currently resides in Porsgrunn, where his job consists of producing light and furniture layouts, 3D modelling for customers, directing hotels and resort interior tasks and working in his family members's furniture store.Thomas Kalvatn Egset (born 1981) comes from a family members with a lengthy practice in furniture making, from on the west shore of Norway. He graduated with a Masters in Furnishings Design from Oslo National Academy of Arts in 2009. He now functions and lives in Oslo as an independent furnishings designer. His key professional inspiration is his grandfather, worked as a furnishings specialist.DivaDiva is a collection of wood laminated floor and pendant light sculptures. By making a modern light object both youthful professionals, Thomas and Peter, wanted to pay their respect to the glad Norwegian heritage of lumber lamination craftsmanship, and at the same time difficulty or reinvent just how this material could be used. Diva's solid virtually womanly and yet soft character arised from try out different contour codes, from which 2 distinct sets of designs happened. The light's outer framework contains a collection of thirty two delicately bending walnut or oak laminated plywood pieces set around 2 wooden cyndrical tubes. The inner components contain a slim steel stem assisting a strong mouth blown frosted glass world. The floor lamp's outer framework can be kipped down two instructions, to create 2 different sculptures. Diva develops a dynamic yet warm environment when it is turned on, and when off it stays a crucial and distinctly aesthetic decor object in any sort of space.