Hemera Accorsi

  • Hemera Accorsi
  • February 2023

Hemera Accorsi is the latest edition piece to join the growing collection of Objects & Editions by Ross Gardam.

Released periodically throughout the year, the launch date of the next piece will be announced online via the Ross Gardam website. Hemera Accorsi is the studio’s first 2023 release with more to be unveiled throughout the year.

 

 

Released as an edition of only three. Like the brutalist architecture of 60 years ago that it references, the Hemera Accorsi table lamp is powerful in its simplicity of form. The two solid circular volumes intersect with no overtly visible light source, creating a striking desktop monolith and a lighting device of refined functionality.

 

 

Meticulously formed from a slab of Accorsi stone sourced from Italy, the distinct colour of the Hemera Accorsi occurs from the serpentine minerals, rich in magnesium and water that are intrinsic to the material. Featuring machined silver-plated components to unite the marble elements, the lamp consists of four separate elements, each connected by the marble’s own weight.

 

 

Hemera Accorsi was created in collaboration with Australian design brand New Volumes and is available exclusively online at rossgardam.com.au until sold-out. The next edition is scheduled for release on the 10th of March at 10am AEDT.

View Hemera Accorsi in Objects & Editions.

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