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Daniel Becker

Berlin, Germany

 
 
 

Emily pendant lights

Emily is a series of pendant lights with shades made of sheet steel, which are covered with frosted plexiglass for diffuse illumination. The aesthetics of the lamp emerged through the examination with manual metal processing methods. A central aspect of the design is to achieve a long life-span and therefore sustainability. The use of materials that age gracefully underline Emily's special character.

Designer: Daniel Becker (Germany)
Material: sheet steel, plexiglass

 

Sparks

Sparks is a modular lighting system which consists of three different modules made of aluminium tubes. They can be arranged with a simple plug-in system in various configurations to form a three-dimensional structure. Every module can be rotated freely in 360° which makes the whole system easily adaptable to every possible architectural situation. There are virtually no limits in the size.

Designer: Daniel Becker (Germany)
Manufacturer: Daniel Becker Design Studio (Germany)
Material: aluminium, acrylic glass, LED
Dimension: variable
Price: on request

 

Emily

Emily is a pendant light with shades made of sheet steel, which are covered with frosted plexiglass for diffuse illumination. The aesthetics of the lamp emerged through the examination with manual metal processing methods. A central aspect of the design is to achieve a long life-span and therefore sustainability. The use of materials that are aging gracefully underline Emily's special character.

Designer: Daniel Becker (Germany)

 

Edda standing lamp

Edda is a functional family of lights which stand out through contrasting materials.
Their big, conical shades made of painted steel house most commercially available CFL bulbs invisibly. The concrete base provides stability and creates an optically and tactilely unfamiliar character in the working or living space.

Designer: Daniel Becker (Germany)
Material: steel & concrete

 

Edda table light

Edda is a functional family of lights which stand out through contrasting materials.
Their big, conical shades made of painted steel house most commercially available CFL bulbs invisibly. The concrete base provides stability and creates an optically and tactilely unfamiliar character in the working or living space.

Designer: Daniel Becker (Germany)
Material: steel & concrete

 

Melting Light by Daniel Becker

Melting Light arose from experiments with different lampshade forms. In the end, the wave from turned out to be the optimal design for reflecting the light diffusely into the room. LED technology is used to allow the lighting elements to be behind glass because of their very low heat generation.

Designer: Daniel Becker (Germany)

 

Hunting Lines // two-seater

The two-seater complements the conceptual Hunting Lines series which has been started in late 2007. Contrary to the ottoman, which has been designed as a community seating for shorter periods of time, the sofa offers the possibility to accommodate two or more people very comfortably. Due to its form, it can be arranged directly side by side to create opposed waves which flow through a room.

Designer: Daniel Becker (Germany)

 

hunting lines

You want to use it as a couch? As a chaise longue? Try to find your way to sit - lean back, if you can. Lay down, if you wish. Share it with others. Just don't expect any help.

Designer: Daniel Becker Made in Germany

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Status

freelance designer

Location

Berlin, Germany

Specialties

Industrial Design, Interior Design

Links

Website
 

 
 

Experience

1 year

School

Braunschweig University of Art

Press

form magazine, The Independent Design Guide (book), Desire: The Shape of Things to Come (book)

Exhibitions

Light+Building Young Design, Ambiente Talents, Direktorenhaus Berlin, Blickfang Stuttgart, nhow Hotel Milan

 

CONTACT

Daniel Becker Design Studio
Berlin
Germany

 
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