Spotlight Twister and her sibling Twister Line, designed by architect Jani Kristoffersen, is a sophisticated homage to the geometric lines of the 1980’s and to light itself. Originally bespoke for Fotografiska London, a project unfortunately delayed due to the situation in the world, the Twister family sprung from a flirt with the industrial romance. A romance, that soon turned in to a love affair.
”The Fotografiska house has been a joy to work with. It is a 1980’s office building with all the qualities of the postmodern era. It has strong, geometrical primary forms that we’ve pushed further, building our own universe based on squares and circles”, explains Jani.
In this project, the devil is truly in the details. Merging the disciplines of architecture and product design, Design Campus had the opportunity to take a holistic approach on the interior design.
”We wanted to make sure that this world we’ve created was a perfect one, down to the floor mats. We’ve designed our own products, integrating the building’s geometric shapes into the design.”