origami lamp tms 360s

Strala’s origami lamp TMS 360S

Our passion for awakened thoughts, the joy of research and the fascination for the essence of matter are the driving force behind the emergence of our objects. TMS 360S The spirit of Strala is that of a seeker who is constantly challenged to get closer to the cause of the substance and to understand what is hidden behind the curtain. Strala pursues the scent of an intriguing idea, not to kill her, but to breathe life into her.
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Where different worlds collide, the frictional forces that we create through our object art & amp; Furniture materialize. Because precisely there, the thought is no longer black or white – it is completely free of values. For a fraction of a moment, there is that immediacy which contains neither knowledge nor meaning, and is therefore more sensuous than anything else in the world.

In recent years, Strala has created a unique collection of art objects that is independent of short-lived trends and constraining norms. Strala’s objects are acknowledged and appreciated as timeless, precise and attractive works of art and use. This is Strala’s DNA.

Tom Strala Furniture TMS 360S

Was born in 1974 in Zurich. He finished his studies of architecture at the ETH in 2001 with distinction. Since 2002 Tom Stala has his own studio and soon afterwards his own exhibition space in the Zürcher Seefeld.
Afterwards, exhibitions were held in prestigious museums, galleries, universities and juridical mandates as well as lectures at the ETH in Zurich, or at the CCA (California College of the Arts) in San Francisco. Strala realized projects for star architects such as Zaha Hadid, Sir Norman Foster, Mario Botta, David Chipperfield and Duke de Meuron, winning the best furniture among other honors such as “Europes Luminaire of the Year” and “AD Choice”.
In the meantime, Strala is regarded as a pioneer of design, which questions established values and generates new ones.

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Strala was founded in 2001 by Tom Strala. The first luminaire series was developed during four years of passionate research. Since 2008, Strala has been organized as a stock company and is continuously intensifying the local and international activities within the arts and architecture. In the meantime, Strala is regarded as a pioneer of design, which questions established values and generates new ones.

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TMS 360S 2001-2004

Standing Lamp

Limited Edition: 125

chromsteel white coated, browned steel

h x w x l = 157.5 x 35 x 35 cm

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TMS 360S 2001-2004

Standing Lamp

Limited Edition: 125

chromsteel white coated, browned steel

h x w x l = 157.5 x 35 x 35 cm

Rope dance between strength and vulnerability

With the series TMS I researched the vulnerability and convertibility of plains and reached the borders of the material’s possibilities. Aim was a transformation by only minimal injury of the matter. A rope dance between strength and vulnerability inside the matter. A rigid metal sheets gets worked with lasers in such a way that it can easily be folded by hand. A plain mutating to a volume. It is a metamorphose – not generating a completely different object. Rather a metamorphose on half way. Depending on the perspective, the result flickers between emptiness, surface, and volume. Similar to a picture puzzle.