North For The Summer is a collaborative product design studio based in Portland, Oregon. They make modern, artful and functional objects using a variety of techniques and materials. The mid-century lighting project of this design studio is inspired by the mid-century thinker Buckminster Fuller.
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The brand new design company set off the Andromeda Lighting Series: a seven-model including floor lamps, table, and pendant lights. “It’s more than just a lamp. It’s an architectural statement,” says Cole Gerst, the founder of North for the Summer.
Inspired by the architect Buckminster Fuller, this striking lighting fixtures share the geometric forms and textile designs as the famous architect. “It’s unique, it’s modern, it’s striking, it’s art meets function,” the founder claims.
Each model is offered in 90 different color variations of string, so customers can customize lamps to match interior decor.
North for the Summer has collaborations when it dictates the creative process. Working with environmentally concerned local business, this includes a furniture maker, laser engraver, and ceramic mold manufacturer to produce these hand-made lamps.
The Andromeda Lighting Series is part sculpture and part lamp. Inspired by mid-century modern lighting, string art and tensegrity sculptures they also have endless color combinations.
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