Divine A big light pot by Ari Korolainen

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Divine

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
A big light pot

INSPIRATION:
I got an invitation to design an art-work, something which can be seen from the lake and a ground. So I made five 180 cm pots which gave a new life for old trees. Just near the lake. And When the boats comes in the evening from the lake the will see big trees which are like a flowers ia pot....Beautiful...

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This is a big light pot, made of one or two piece of opal plastic. The pot do not have a bottom at all. So, You put it around a growing tree. And fasten edges together by "rapid locks".And to the bottom comes a LED light Which gives a light to the pot and a tree and a surraund. Main difference for others is that You put this around a growing tree. You do not put a tree to grow there.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
There is different sizes from 70 cm to 180 cm high pots. 180 cm is that high that people can not look inside of a pot normaly. Can be used inside or outside. Inside you can put a flower pot in or with out, it is like a lamp. Can be use as a half pot fastened to the wall

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Let´s hope to get several to Salone del Mobile

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Material of a pot is durable and it is suitable for outdoor use in wintertime. Delivery flat or you can put inside of others

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
There is different sizes from 70 cm to 180 cm high pots. 180 cm is that high that people can not look inside of a pot normaly. Can be used inside or outside. Inside you can put a flower pot in or with out, it is like a lamp. Can be use as a half pot fastened to the wallzes from 70 cm high up to 180 cm high

TAGS:
People who has seen one,,,their feedback.. This was emotional response

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
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CHALLENGE:
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ADDED DATE:
2014-02-21 13:51:21

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Photographer: Teemu Töyrylä

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Adessin Oy

PROFILE:
Ari Korolainen invited to design something special to near the lake. Something what peopel can see from the lake or from the shore. Korolainen designed a group of light pos without the bottom. Pots are about 180 cm high. so that normal person can not see inside of it. Big pots are made of two parts whic you put around a growing tree. And led light inside of it is gives a light all over. This work is one of about ten artwork in "shore gallery". You can look at it far from the lak or just beside. At the same time it is like a mark where the harbour is,far from the lake it looks lie a small flower in a pot, but it is getting bigger when you are coming close of harbour. You will never forget it when you saw it first time

NOMINATION DETAILS

Divine a Big Light Pot by Ari Korolainen is a Nominee in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Divine a Big Light Pot by Ari Korolainen is Winner in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category, 2013 - 2014.

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