The Atomium floor lamps from Kundalini are part of the eponymous lamp-series that was designed by the Büro für Form in the year 2006. The designers Benjamin Hopf and Constantin Wortman were inspired by the Atomium sculpture in Brussels; this is not only recognisable because of its name, but also through its look.
Brussels’ Atomium was the main building and symbol of the world exposition in the year 1958. It stands for an optimistic look to the future and faith to technique and scientific advance. The Atomium floor lamp from Kundalini is inspired from the Atomium and its ideas reminding even far away of an atom model.
The floor lamp Atomium from Kundalini possesses a polyethylene diffuser in Rotomoulding. A steel feather-structure with six illuminants is to find inside of it. With its futuristic design Atomium is an eye-catcher providing pleasant light with its numerous illuminants.
The Atomium lamp from Kundalini is also available as an outdoor version, a roof lamp or a wall lamp.