In 2010, the now world famous Treehotel was inaugurated in the village of Harads, close to the Arctic Circle. For Treehotel, Tham & Videgård Architects created the room Mirrorcube, camouflaged by mirrored walls that reflect the cube’s sourroundings. The wooden house was to be fitted with a large pendant lamp, and in collaboration with ateljé Lyktan’s special tailored service, Ateljén – or Atelier in English – they created the iconic lamp Eagle, a modern chandelier which is now being put into production. The cube form was not only the source of inspiration for the wooden room, but also for the lamp, where the cube is folded out into the form of a magnificent bird. Apart from an iconic pendant lamp, Eagle has also been further developed into a ceiling lamp, as well as a wall lamp. All models are equipped with LED, which is diffused through acrylic glass and emits an even spread of light, both above and below the lamp.

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