HIRMU means monster. Like a monster it climbs up the construction. The only difference is is controlled by the iser. The monster holds the energy-saving 12V LED bulb pointing it in the desired direction. It just needs to wrap its arms around the metal tubes. The construction of the lamp is made of aluminum anodized pipes which are interconnected with specially made plastic forms. The single module is a double pentagon cone. The idea is to connect modules (also by a special plastic joint) the way the user desires to, creating standing and hanging lamps, as well as wall lights. The monster itself is a silicone mold with an aluminum wire frame inside, thus remembering any given shape. There is variety of materials to choose from: transparent silicone, glowing phosphorescent.

Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, Industrial Design Department, semester project under prof. Piotr Bożyk