The Woodpecker is designed with sustainable materials, which resonates with the traditional theme, but then uses LED lighting, which can resolve and showcase the innovative use of technology. The light is emitted through warm rays, which is perfect for any space in the home or in the desk area. The materials used, which are natural wood and a combination of steel, can show the desire of the designer to truly combine innovation and technology. This all combines tradition and modernistic style. Which overall constitutes as a timeless product.
Made in 2014 bt Niklas Jessen, the Woodpecker, made from particular Ash Wood, also from where its name comes from, comes in the colors natural wood, white or a black finish. The thin workman design emulates simplicity with not only its functionality, but also is a slim and almost unnoticeable feature in your workplace or room, which allows for less distractions when attempting to focus.
This is a great addition to any modern room or can be integrated to a room or space that also integrates the two thematic designs of tradition and innovative technology. The lamp comes with a wall attachment and is installed directly onto the wall as a fixture. The chord and the on/off switch, which is right above the entrance to the chord, is a seemingly discreet yet effective feature that allows for technology, function and tradition to all be combined in one lamp.
Brand & Designer
Schneid follows a simple and clear philosophy in design and in the production of their products. They want to help you to improve and to simplify your life. All of the Schneid products are based on the same principles: Their aim is to make aesthetic lamps and furniture with a high focus on ecology, locality, innovation and fairness towards people and our environment. Schneid stands for a Scandinavian way of thinking: Their designs have formal purity, functionality and a minimalist approach.
A trained carpenter and architect, Niklas Jessen became fascinated with interior design during his studies. In 2010 he founded the company Schneid and has been developing interior furniture and lighting since then.
Julia Mülling studied literature but was also passionate about photography, illustration and design. This affinity for the visual arts and design refused to go away and she brought her penchant for form and distinct comprehension of aesthetics to Schneid in 2012. She has been defining and developing forms and concepts at Schneid ever since.