(jiří macek) At times, one does not need much in life. Just a table and a lamp can make everything else seem to vanish. The Heimleicht lamp delimits a furtive microcosm from the world – one reader, two people, one man, and a mosquito. No matter where the Heimleicht lamp is located, one immediately feels at home.
Young German designer Leoni Werle from Aachen describes the relation of the table and the lamp in the Heimleicht project as a symbiosis that was created when she was searching for the ideal light for the delimited table space. The distinctive shade of unusual size (width of 800mm) had an impact on the entire table, which is very close to architecture thanks to its lightness, proportions, and the amiability of materials used (wood, textile). The combination of the Heimleicht lamp is a very personal diploma work by Leoni Werle, who presented it at the DMY festival in Berlin this month.