Flask lamp designed by Konrad Lohöfener

The Flask lamp is a reinterpretation of old wicker bottles, which were built by a braided wicker. Konrad Lohöfener, the designer of the Flask lamp, has modernized this process. With simple plastic bandages and a cork stopper to fix the cable, this simple and modern lamp is formed. Its manufacturing process is quite simple. Starting with a mould, the bandage gradually wraps the whole form. When this bandage is dry, it becomes a tough, translucent and resistant material.

Flask lamp, a reinterpretation of old wicker bottles.


The Flask lamp is available in three different sizes. They can be hung from the ceiling or, how the designer Konrad Lohöfener explains, just leave on the floor. Folks are also available in three different colors, black, white and bright yellow. The lamp has a diameter of 30 centimeters, and their heights are 24, 32 and 48 centimeters.

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Each Flask lamp has a different plaited. This makes each lamp unique, and because of this plaited, the shadows and lights that the lamp produces are particular. These lámps have been exhibited at Milan Furniture Fair, along with the products collection comercialized in the store of the School of Art and Design Burg Giebichenstein of Halle, Germany.