Volume™

Designed by GamFratesi, 2014

Inspired by the buttons on an original stereo amplifier from the 1980s, GamFratesi has created the Volume™ table lamp. The lampshade is about the size of a palm and thus allow one to increases or decreases the intensity of the light quite easily – by a simple rotation of the hand on the shade. The small LED table lamps are made of die-cast aluminium, opal acrylic and finished with a matt lacquer. Equipped with three Osram 1W LEDs, the lamp emits a pleasant light 360 degrees around and out through the opening at the top of the lamp. The LEDs burn for 50,000 hours on average, without any maintenance being required.
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Volume™
Volume™






GamFratesi

Scandinavian functionalism and clear communication of the ideas behind the design are the key words for GamFratesi’s design. The design duo was formed in 2006, and consists of the Danish architect Stine Gam and the Italian architect Enrico Fratesi.

GamFratesi’s design takes its creative power from a fusion of tradition and innovation along with an experimental approach to the selected materials and techniques. With their cross-cultural background, Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi thus draw from both classic Danish design and the tradition of craftsmanship, and the classic Italian intellectual and conceptual approach. With their minimalist, refined and expressive design form, they are able to tell a unique story with their design. In the process of creating designs for Lightyears, GamFratesi has worked with a conceptual and functional approach to lighting.