by Alexander Lervik

Andreas Engesvik (Norway Says) and Alexander Lervik
at The Stockholm Furniture Fair 2008.

Produced by Brighthandle AB
A door that communicates with coloured light
Photo by Christina Blom

In the deep dark of winter, designer Alexander Lervik will be illuminating the Stockholm Furniture Fair/Northern Light Fair with "Enlightenment", an experimental exhibition originally staged by the Röhsska museum of design. At the Fair, a specially produced version of the original "Enlightenment" will be presenting a total of 18 lighting objects, of which 15 are recent designs. Among the new pieces will be the "Brain" lamp, a replica of a 3D MR scan of Alexander's own brain, and "Rainbow Lamp", in which 400 interconnected diodes are capable of producing images or patterns on the shade. Also on show will be some of Lervik's previous creations, such "Brighthandle", the luminous door handle.

Brighthandle Speed green
Made in aluminum and plastic. Lightsource: LED
Photo by Pål Allan

"We'd really been hunting around for a good lighting exhibition, so it's great to be able to exhibit Alexander's fantastic creations," says Charlotte Wiking, project manager, business development and international relations, of the Stockholm Furniture Fair/Northern Light Fair.

T1000 lamp
Made by cromed 3D printed plastic. Lightsource: lightbulb
Photo by Pål Allan

Alexander Lervik is a product designer and interior decorator and is the man behind several well-known shops and night clubs. He also designs furniture for such companies as Skandiform and Johanson Design.

Balett lamp
Made in aluminum and plastic. Lightsource: LED
Photo by Pål Allan

DNA Lamp
Made in steel and plastic. Lightsource: lightbulb
Rendering by Lervik design

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