Oled study

Gulliver’s Eye, 2015

1st prototype

Huerlemann took part in a research project of the FHNO about OLED and created Gulliver's Eye.

Encouraged by the Design Laboratory at the Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz Basel (Academy of Art and Design), Stephan Hürlemann and his team took part in a research project on the subject of the innovative light source OLED. The lamp Gulliver’s Eye was the result. “I wanted to create a product that created a fitting for the neutral OLED light and which gave it a fresh dynamic” says Stephan Hürlemann. He therefore mounted the OLED light in a glass sphere and laid this on a marble base which reflects the light. The sphere, and thus the light, can easily be positioned with a hand movement. The fine cable which defines the scope of the sphere’s movement links the OLED with the base. A light touch of the marble turns the light on or off and dims it.

Design: Stephan Hürlemann

Photo: HuHü

Huerlemann took part in a research project of the FHNO about OLED and created Gulliver's Eye.
Huerlemann took part in a research project of the FHNO about OLED and created Gulliver's Eye.
Huerlemann took part in a research project of the FHNO about OLED and created Gulliver's Eye.
Huerlemann took part in a research project of the FHNO about OLED and created Gulliver's Eye.