Herzog & De Meuron
Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, established their practice in 1978 in Basel, Switzerland. Now numbering close to 500 collaborators with offices worldwide, the partnership has designed award-winning spaces for cultural organizations, hotels, museums, residences and sports stadiums. Known for transforming traditional architectural materials through innovative treatment and complex geometric expression yet retaining a focus on the essentials of design, among their best-known projects are The Tate Modern, Beijing’s Olympic Stadium, Prada Tokyo and Miami’s 1111 Lincoln Road.Amongst other awards, they are the recipients, in 2001, of The Pritzker Architectural Prize.
Designed for the museum in Colmar, France, Unterlinden is a suspension lamp which combines the aesthetic charm of a vintage object with contemporary technology and engineering.
The heat-dissipating body comes in either die-cast aluminum or bronze, the ceiling rose in techno polymer; and ceiling fixing plate in steel.
A COB LED light source ensures maximum luminous efficiency controlled by optic polymeric lenses designed to accurately align light beams downward.
-Body in die-cast aluminum or bronze.
-Canopy in technopolymer.