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Tino Seubert x Theodora Alfredsdottir lighting collection inspired by mid-century furniture making traditions
29 Nov 2019 . BY
The Corrugation Lights were inspired by midcentury and post-war furniture making techniques
London-based designers Tino Seubert and Theodora Alfredsdottir have teamed up to create Corrugation Lights, a lighting collection inspired by midcentury and post-war furniture making techniques.

The lights consist wavy plywood component, reminiscent of corrugated cardboard encasing a single aluminum tube holding a single frosted bulb. A modular system, the lights can be used individually as wall sconces or grouped together to create unique lighting structures or combined in a single line to make suspension lighting.

As well as being able to customise the configuration of the lights, buyers can also customise the aluminium tubes, which are available in five different colour options, and the wooden veneer, which can be lacquered to match.

"The collection takes veneer forming as a starting point – a process that requires skilled craftsmanship, which was introduced to the furniture world by design names like Alvar Aalto and the Eameses – and pairs it with off-the-shelf aluminium tubes," the designers said.

"Creating a snug fit where the hard, powder-coated metal meets the soft, wavy wood and gives the pieces a pleasant contrast."





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