Hangman Pendant by Rakumba
Designed by Adam Goodrum
A combination of mischievous nostalgia and avant-garde sculpture, Hangman is the first collaboration between Rakumba and esteemed Australian designer, Adam Goodrum.
Inspired by the universally recognised analogue game of ‘Hangman’, this collection of floor, table and pendant luminaires embodies playful design and simple, yet magically executed geometry.
Comprising multiple articulated segments that swivel with an irresistible haptic action, each Hangman light is capable of a surprisingly acrobatic and visually intriguing range of positions. Pairing this directionality with the jewel-like polished glow of a high performance LED optic tip, Hangman delivers unexpected functionality, channelling light to key points within a space while contributing its own iconic personality.
Finishes : Black Anodised or Polished Aluminium
285mm-725mm extended Length x 36mm Width x 105mm-325mm extended Height.
Suspension lengths : 2 meters or 5 meters
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Rakumba is a committed group of thinkers, designers, makers, artisans and engineers devoted to the mantra “Making Beauty”.
For more than fifty years, Rakumba has been creating beautiful decorative lighting. Authenticity and heritage underly their signature aesthetic of contemporary elegance.
As Australia’s oldest international lighting brand, Rakumba collaborates with established and emerging designers, consistently sharing knowledge and delivering an award-winning collection; demonstrated at it’s best through their Typography series, an ongoing collaboration with Netherlands-based Studio Truly Truly.
Today, Rakumba’s strength is drawn from delivering ‘effortless complexity’ through combining contemporary design, artisan craft, complex manufacturing and leading edge technology.
About the designer
Adam Goodrum founded his Sydney design studio in 2006. One of Australia’s most recognised contemporary object artists, his practice is characterised by invention and curiosity, while his approach is inflected with rigour and integrity.
Focusing on furniture, product and collectible design, his work is inherently elegant, often underpinned by a poetic union between art and mathematics.
The recipient of every major Australian design accolade, he has worked internationally with Alessi, Cappellini, Kvadrat and Louis Vuitton, and in Australia with Tait, Nau and Rakumba.
Adam’s work has been showcased throughout the world and is collected by museums in both Australia and internationally.