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“Théros” is a tabletop lamp — a poetic design gesture that combines a clean-cut, balanced form with a personal, heartfelt story. The lamps adorable figure evokes in all its simplicity the image of a child in the sun, narrating a timeless story of peaceful holidays basking in soothing, milky sunlight. Part of the lamps attractiveness is its strong personality, which is elegant and understated yet at the same time playful, lovable, and cheerful.
The lamp’s body is a rounded cylinder made of marble, its head an opaque glass sphere, and the lampshade is a handmade straw hat. The hat whimsically rests on the glass sphere and can move freely to any direction in order to create different lighting conditions. The tilt and position of the hat changes the mood of the lamp completely. The white marble base is made of Volakas marble from Drama, Greece, with its characteristic grey veins. Because of the natural patterns in the marble, every lamp is unique. The head of the lamp is an opaque glass sphere that contains an LED bulb emanating a smooth, warm light. The straw hat lampshade is made by hand in Athens, Greece, and can move to any direction to provide different lighting effects. A brass disc seals the base of the lamp and bears the designer’s logo.
The marble base and lampshade are made locally in collaboration with small workshops, focusing on Greek craftsmanship and strengthening the object’s sense of origin.
Available in three sizes: small, medium, and large.
Based in: Athens
Aristotelis Barakos is an award-winning product designer based in Athens, Greece. He was born in Munich in 1984, where he grew up in a men’s tailoring family, and moved to Athens at the age of ten. He originally studied physics, but his aptitude in making things led him to the …
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