Qeeboo Pitagora Floor Light
Qeeboo Pitagora Floor Light – In mathematics there are only 5 regular shapes with an equal face, such as the cube and the triangular pyramid.
For the Pitagora series of lamps, named after the famous greek mathematician Pitagora, Hutten used these regular shapes to create the iconic Pitagora family of light.
In each side of a regular dodecahedron Hutten placed a round reflector. The result is an intriguing 3D object which changes from each angle you look at it. A rich object which gives a lot of atmosphere to a space. Both in a hanging version as well as a floor version.
Dimensions: 53,3 x 53,5 x h. 174.5 cm
Weight: 6.0 kg
Materials: PC- Polycarbonate, structure in inox 304
Light emission: Diffused
Cable lenght: 170-80 cm
Richard Hutten, Dutch, born in 1967, graduated from The Design Academy Eindhoven in 1991. That same year he founded his design studio specialised in product and interior design.
He was one of the founding members of Droog Design, a Dutch collective who changed the field of design since it’s appearance in 1993.
As today Hutten is one of the most influential Dutch designers. He is known for his conceptual yet playful designs. Of his famous Dombo mug over one million pieces got sold world wide.
Many of his clients are leaders in their field. To name a few: Moooi, Moroso, Offecct, Skultuna, Muji, Artifort, Gispen.
His work can be found in over 40 museums in the world, including MoMA New York, Victoria & Albert Museum London, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Vitra Designmuseum, Weil am Rhein.
Richard works and lives in Rotterdam and is the father of 3 sons.