Inspired by an Israeli Dance, the Horah lamps look like they’re molded by the wind. Showcased by Israeli design team Raw Edges at the Milan Design Week, the installation comprises multiple lamp units that are each made of curved glass leaves. Each lamp is a different shape and size. A motor within the lamps gently rotates these beautifully sculpted leaves, making it look like they’re catching a breeze, while giving the entire installation space a feeling of constant movement. The Horah lamps are inspired by a traditional dance of the same name, where people got together in a circle and moved and danced together. That movement in unison is what the Horah aims at capturing, and does quite well! Designed in partnership with Venetian company Wonderglass, Raw Edges aims to move on to turning these lamps from installation pieces to actual products.
On show at Spazio Krizia throughout Milan Design Week, the 30 lamps are dotted across a large platform that curves across the gallery.
Designer: Raw Edges