Mountainstone by Tripleliving Design Studio | ITSLIQUID

Mountainstone by Tripleliving Design Studio

Design | June 6, 2016 |

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Mountainstone by Tripleliving Design Studio

The Tripleliving studio represents a new concept as conflict aesthetics, which gives life experience and objects a new perspective with little humor. We explore to find a unique material, and create a whole new living attitudeCELEMENT (soft concrete) is an unprecedent material. It breaks the rules of vision and touch which we are used to define objects. A new experience has conflict feeling but warm texture. It is tripleliving!

 

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Concept
Mountainstone lamp is made of celement: It is soft, transparent to light, and has rough texture. We want to make the surprise in changing of day and night. Mountainstone is just like a small mountain when it being turned off. It represents the unique feature by it’s heavy feeling and tough texture. It shines through cracks when it being turned on, and shows particles of stone. It can bring two kinds of feeling to surrounding.

 

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The new Conflict aesthetics
People usually think cracks or other defects are imperfect and negative, but cracks also can be a story of trace of memory about life. The tripleliving tries to change this image by combining light with craks, so we used crack as design feature with our own material, celement. It makes cracks become lovely and people can feel touched.

 

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The origin of transparent celement
Transparent celement is from the material we created in 2013. We keep the silicon which celement used, and also maintain the tough feature and soft touching. In this experiment, we mixed sands and small stone. And we tried different mixing percentage by hand to find the best way. Then we discussed with factory and study production solution. All of these experience made new transparent celement born.

 

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Notice
Mountainstone is made of non-poisonous and recycable material, and it is safe to use with E14 energy saving light bulbs, certified lamp holder and blackweave cord.

• This product doesn’t include bulb

• This product requires assembling bulb by yourself, just rotate it to lock

• Every mountaint stone is unique so the particles of stone differ from each other

• In order to extent its life, please avoid to expose it to sunlight

 

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