Cristián Mohaded Designs A Light Made From Concrete

As part of his first collection, Cristián Mohaded has designed the Andes Lamps for Argentinean firm, Inconcrete, that are made using lightweight concrete.

Andes Lamps By Cristián Mohaded

The designer’s description

Andes use a fluid and malleable language to experiment with physical qualities of light concrete. The existing tension between its volume and morphology increases the sense of weightlessness, allowing concrete to become part of new spaces of a building or home.

Andes Lamps By Cristián Mohaded

Its unique morphology was inspired by the observation of stressed structures such as membranes or shells, creating an appearance of stretchiness that transmits fluidity, making the lamps appear almost weightless.

Andes Lamps By Cristián Mohaded

Design: Cristián Mohaded
Photography by Emma Livingston