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Empty Suspen­sion Light

c. 2013

by Jörg Boner
for Oluce

Empty Suspen­sion Light

by Jörg Boner
for  Oluce

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The Empty suspen­sion lamp, designed by Jörg Boner, is his first collab­o­ra­tion with Oluce. Like a shell, the smooth and rounded outer cap contains a second cap of aluminum strips which unfold like a fan, reflect­ing the light in the space. The distinc­tive color combi­na­tions between its exte­rior and inte­rior contribute to giving this lamp a bold personality.

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Jörg Boner


Born in Uster, Switzerland, Jörg Boner initially trained as a cabinet maker before studying design at Schule für Gestaltung in Basel. In 2001, Jörg Boner opened his own studio in Zurich and began designing lamps, furniture, and items of everyday use. His emphasizes the innovation in production and functionality as much as the beauty and elegance of objects.

Since 2003, he has been teaching at the prestigious ECAL in Lausanne. He has designed for ClassiCon, COR, Nils Holger Moormann, Normann Copenhagen, Veuve Clicquot and Wogg, to name a few. Many of his pieces form part of the Swiss Confederation collection at the Design Museum in Zurich. In 2011, Jörg Boner received the Swiss Confederation “Grand Prix Design” career award. In the same year, he won Wallpaper magazine’s “Best domestic design 2011”. His developments continue to question the conventional.

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