At Sydney Indesign furniture fair, Australian designer Ross Gardam presented Aura desk lamp. Thanks to a magnetic joint connecting the shade to the stem it is possible to direct light smoothly at 360°.
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The Aura desk lamp by Ross Gardman is made of completely precision-milled from aluminium and gold anodised. The lighting features an adjustable shade thanks to a clever magnetic joint. This allows the user to interact with a shade that can fully orbit in 360° and tilt-adjust in numerous positions.
Ross Gardman says: “Sitting between the timeless and the contemporary, the Aura desk lamp is the result of a desire for purity and honesty in both materials and manufacturing”.
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Aura desk lamp is a development of the designer’s Aura pendant collection. The lightings feature a floating disk surrounded by a beautifully gentle glow. Available in two sizes and various finish options,
Ross Gardam launched his Australian furniture and lighting company in 2007. Each product is hand crafted in Melbourne, Australia, by local artisans and makers.
Pairing traditional craft techniques with high end manufacturing technology results in products which are elegant, accessible and made for today.
Ross Gardam has worked extensively in environmental, interior and product design. He has worked for a number of large commercial firms in Australia and abroad to develop simple design solutions to complex problems.
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