Designed in the year 2008 by Carsten Jörgensen, the Trumpet attempts to provoke an instrumentation of light; both sending an unfiltered direct light downwards and an ambient light through the cocooning along the helix structure providing the longitudinal trumpet like shape. The designer was occupied by creating a crossover between an ambient light and at the same to provide a direct task light making the Trumpet light useful as a suspended lamp over a table where both properties are in demand. As simple as the idea might have been it was easier thought than done. It should be one of the most complicated lamps in the madetostaycocooning lamp collection. To produce the helix wire in a dynamic expansion from a diameter of 4 cm to 16 cm over a length of 68 cm has assumedly caused an aggressive orchestration of Italian words trumpeted out in the north Italian workshop where helixes after helixes was turned out. Mr. Bellini’s valuable knowledge saved the realization of the Trumpet in another row of Italian vocabularies. Due to the dim-ability of the light source it is easy to adjust the intensity of the light coming from the Trumpet and in this way to accomplish a desired ambiance.
Designed in 2008