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A collection of LED-lamps in a modern simplistic design with the latest LED science.
The idea was to replace halogean lamps in all rooms of a leading hotelchain in Sweden.
Despite the thin lightscreen, a new developed lens managed to create an even spread of the light inside the screen. We achieved a good warm colour temperature and a light-strenght equivilent to a normal light bulb, to a very reasonable price. These new lamps reduced the energy use per room from 600 watt to 80 watts.
Floorlamp + Table lamp: 13W
Bed lamp + Wall lamp := 6W
Ceiling lamp = 18W
Design; Alexander Lervik
Born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1972. Started out in design as a carpenter apprentice for two years. (1993-1994) . Studied three years of product and interior design at Beckmans School of Design (1995-1998). Alexander Lervik is represented at the renowned National Museum in Stockholm, Sweden, Nasjonal museum and the design museum in Oslo, Norway and at the Röhsska Museum of Design and Decorative Arts in Gothenburg, Sweden.