The Bat lamp was designed in the years 2009 - 2011 by Carsten Jörgensen with the purpose to create a dynamic sculptural light object for use in domestic and public spaces. The geometrical concave and convex intersections of the wings provide a diffusing screen rendering the out breaking light in a harmonious spectrum of light intensities enhancing the shapes character and at the same time providing a beautiful ambient light. Named Bat, because its shape with a bit of fantasy can be associated with the concave curves on a bat’s wings and the association between bats and dark caves. Bat is used as a suspension lamp providing an almost spherical 360° diffused light which will provide enough light for bigger spaces at the light source full power. Due to the dim-ability of the light source it is easy to change the ambiance of a specific room and specific occasion. The lighting source included is a dimmable A++ LED bulb with a milky finish providing 1500 lumen at 18 watt, a bit more than a 100 watt incandescent light. The colour of emitting light measured at the bulb is 2700 Kelvin, meaning the warmer end of the color spectrum toward yellow and at the actual provided light is 2800 Kelvin, a good ambient light.
Designed in 2009