Haze – Samuel Wilkinson – Les Vrais
Haze by ZEROlighting.
Haze 3D knitted fabric information – Camira Technical Knitting uses state of the art flat-bed weft knitting technology for an environmentally benevolent waste free manufacturing process using just three basic inputs – yarn, electricity and gentle steam finishing. Each 100% polyester filament yarn used is certified to the global Oeko- Tex Standard 100 which prohibits the use of harmful substances in textiles known to be hazardous to the environment and human health. Every cover produced is also accredited to the independent and 3rd party verified EU Ecolabel environmental standard for textile products
Zero Interior was founded in 1978 with the vision of making unique light fixtures for a design-interested audience.
These products, in combination with a deep understanding of how best to illuminate public indoor and outdoor environments,
is at the heart of Zero’s identity. From the start, their creation of unique environments has been praised in
both Sweden and abroad, thanks to their guiding principles: quality, environmental care and innovation.
Their local roots and manufacturing have built long-term relationships with customers and suppliers that are vital to them.
More than 80% of manufacturing takes place within roughly 200 km of Nybro in Småland and all assembly occurs in their workshop in Nybro.
Samuel Wilkinson’s commitment to designing interesting objects is apparent in his work, always looking to add a fresh dynamic approach in either form or function. His deep understanding of materials and manufacturing helps him to push the boundaries whilst still achieving a high level of detail and craftsmanship. Samuel Wilkinson graduated in furniture and related product design at Ravensboure College of Art & Design in 2002. While at Ravensbourne Wilkinson won several design awards, including the RSA award and D&AD New Blood. After working for 5 years for leading consultancies he set up his eponymous studio in 2008. The studio’s work diversifies across various disciplines from small consumer products to large public projects. Samuel’s work has been published worldwide and has won numerous awards including two of the highest honours in design, Design of the Year from the London Design museum and the Black pencil from the D&AD. His work is features in permanent collections of some the most regarded museums including the MoMA, The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago and the Design Museum in Helsinki.