Aeros instantly attracts attention. An ethereal, floating object that lights up due to its finely patterned surface and is at the same time shielded.
Aeros is mysterious and has a beauty that is reminiscent of Byzantine art. The organic structures of the bone tissue were the starting point for the design of Aeros. The wavy embossing of the reflector forms a Fibonacci pattern, named after the Italian mathematician who lived at the beginning of the 13th
century. He found a mathematical formula to describe patterns in nature, such as the pine cone. Aeros is ultra-modern, and its high-quality design makes high demands on the technical production. With its sculptural beauty, its shielded illuminant and its pleasant light, Aeros meets all the requirements of Louis Poulsen’s lighting philosophy.
The reflector was executed with a lace pattern on the rounded surface. The light is directed predominantly downwards; a small amount, however, is spread horizontally through the hole pattern.
This way, Aeros can be hung relatively low or higher above a table, without compromising the light effect. The lamp is suitable for private homes, but also for conference rooms, restaurants, bars and reception areas.
Aeros is a product made in cooperation of the legendary Danish lamp manufacturer Louis Poulsen and Welshman Ross Lovegrove, no doubt one of the most important product designers of our time. Lovegrove describes his approach to Aeros as follows: “In Aeros, I tried to capture the idea that went into the design of the Artichoke [legendary Poulsen lamp from 1958] 50 years ago and to transfer this idea to our time with contemporaneous process technology.”