Python

Material(s): Cork, laser-sintered nylon, light diffuser, electric lighting components

Python is a small lamp and table organiser, offering a new take on the traditional cork board. The name derives from the mythological serpent Python that Apollo slew using his bow and arrows. Python’s body is made of renewable and biodegradable cork, allowing the user to pin notes, messages, photographs and other memorabilia to the structure. The objects are illuminated whenever the light is turned on. The lamp can be placed in various rooms and settings, suitable for both home and office use. In serial production the lamp shade would be made out of cast aluminium or porcelain.

Edvin Klasson

Oslo-based designer Edvin Klasson (b. 1991) has a master’s degree from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. In his work he explores symbolism, history and cultural heritage, collaborating with a wide range of manufacturers and craft workshops. Klasson won the Norwegian Design Council’s ‘Young Talent Award’ in 2013, the ‘DOGA Award for Design Excellence’ in 2018, and a NYCxDESIGN ‘Honorary Award’ in 2019. His work has been acquired by Norway’s National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design.


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Photo by Einar Stabenfeldt