...True technical innovation such as with Richard Sappers Tizio for Artemide or aesthetic innovation such as Nils Holger Moormann's Pin Coat Pin Light being rare exceptions; many producers simply assume the consumer doesn't care, as long as the light illuminates...
|Product type||Floor lamp/extension of the Pin Coat clothes rack|
|Dimensions||Length: 116/156/196 cm|
Shade: Chintz (100% cotton)
|Variants||Oiled walnut rods available on request
Concrete base sold separately
|Function & properties||standard E27 bulb, 25 watts
Compatible with bulbs of the following energy classes: A ++ - E
|Delivery includes||1 rod
Bulb included (energy class A+)
|Care||Dust and every day dirt can be simply vacuumed. To treat stains the use a damp cloth and a mild, neutral detergent is recommended.|
|Awards & museum||international furniture designfair assahikawa, 2002
The International Design Yearbook 2004
Deutscher Designer Club ‚Gute Gestaltung‘ Auszeichnung in Bronze 2005
Good Design Award 2004, The Chicago Athenæum
iF product design award 2005
Nomination for the Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 2006
|Certificates & Sustainability||Through the consequent use of natural materials and a strong focus on modular systems Moormann products are created with the environment and sustainability in mind. In addition all Moormann products are designed so that they can both be simply recycled and transported in the smallest volume possible. 90% of Moormann products are made in the immediate vicinity of the company's Aschau im Chiemgau base, thus not only reducing transport costs and pollution but supporting the local community.|
|Product family||All Pin Coat Products|
|Datasheet||Click for more information (ca. 0,5 MB).
The Pin Coat Pin Light floor lamp from Nils Holger Moormann works on the same principle as the Pin Coat clothes rack: ash rods of differing lengths are inserted into a solid concrete base and thus provide a structure that is pleasingly reminiscent of the game Mikado. The Moormann Pin Coat Pin Light features a lampshade made of chintz (100% cotton) and as with all Moormann furniture presents itself as a very self-confident piece of furniture with its own clear and concise style. The sculptural appearance and configurability allow for a flexible lamp which brings that little something extra to any room. Nils Holger Moormann founded the eponymous company in 1982 and in the intervening decades has both developed designs in house but also with a roster of external, international designers. A central feature of the Moormann philosophy is sustainability, thus only natural materials are used in the production which takes place to 90% through suppliers who are located within 30 km from the Moormann headquarters.
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