scullā is a family of porcelain lamps which examines the location of porcelain products between a decorative collectors item and a functional furnishing. It uses one of the materials underestimated properties to highlight this: translucency. The aim was to make the lamps appear as a sculptural object at first sight, while creating an unexpected twist once the light is turned on. A variety of wall thicknesses that could be reached with the traditional slipcasting method allow single elements to be translucent thus create an atmospheric, warm light situation. Two modular elements (cylinder and arc) are combined in different ways to build a set of pendant and table lamps.

-> in cooperation with the former Wilhelmsburg Dishware Factory
-> nominated at LAMPS - the competition.