The ‘Nomadic’ lamps designed by Katharina Eisenkoeck are inspired by travel items from the early 20th century such as leather bottles, suitcases and weapons. These lamps are modern lanterns that can be carried around and used in various positions. The angled leather handles of the lamps are made with ‘Cuir Bouilli’ – an ancient method of cooking and shaping leather. It develops its own unique character and becomes more personal to the user. The three cast concrete lamps are cordless and can be charged via an induction charging system that is built into an accompanying shelf. The charging system and the light source were developed in cooperation with the Austrian LED research company Lumitech. The light itself can easily be switched on and off via a touch sensor. Genius!