David Derksen together with Vij5
“We were intrigued by the Copper Lights ever since we presented next to David at the (almost legendary) Autofficina exhibition in 2010 in Milan. Here, David presented his Copper Lights for the first time.
As a true perfectionist David developed the lamps together with a model maker until he was completely satisfied. The model maker, based in Eindhoven, still produces the lamps by hand with full dedication. That is why the lamps can be considered true art pieces. We are very proud that the Copper Lights made their entrance in the Vij5 collection in 2014.”
- Arjan & Anieke
Simply by folding, a 0,3mm thin brass sheet can be used to construct stable forms. This principle defines the shape and aesthetics of the Brass Lights. For precise bending, the lines have been etched halfway into the material. The sheets
are then folded and assembled by hand in The Netherlands. By reflecting its surroundings, each facet gets a different tone, from dark gold to yellow to beige.
The material gives a bright colour to the light that shines from these delicate lamps. The three variations of the Brass Light make them suitable for many different interior applications.
design by David Derksen
in collection since 2014
development Breemer PRODUCT House
dimensions available in 3 models:
- BL16 Ø185 × 435 mm, with 16 facets
- BL25 Ø290 × 255 mm, with 25 facets
- BL30 Ø410 × 155 mm, with 30 facets
material brass sheet 0,3mm thick, 3 meters of black rubber cable, including light source
The Copper Lights CL-16, CL-25 and CL-30 comply with the provisions of the guidelines LVD (2006/95/EG) (Low tension guideline) and complies with standards NEN-EN-ISO 12100: 2010 and NEN 1010: 2007.
By nature, copper oxidises easily. Therefore the material will get darker over time and fingerprints can result in oxidation stains. We recommend to touch the lampshade as less as possible with your hands to prevent stains on the copper. Wear enclosed hand gloves while cleaning and hanging the lamp.
We recommend to clean the Copper Lights with a HG copper shine cloth (www.HG.eu). The cloth can either be used slightly wet for removing intense stains, or dry for light stains.
If there remain stains on the copper despite all this, please remove them carefully with HG copper shine polish (www.HG.eu).
Reminder: Always switch off the electricity supply before cleaning!