Daniel Rybakken has dedicated much of his career to the study of light. His work is elegant, refined and is crucially driven by performance as much as aesthetics.
Born in 1984 in Oslo, Rybakken was subject to the long, dark Nordic winters. This imbued him with a curiosity for light, its appearance and its subconscious effects. He has channelled this curiosity into his designs creating sculptural lamps that utilise the best available technology to achieve his aims of mimicking natural light. Over the years he has worked with companies including E15 furniture, Artek and very closely with the research team at Luceplan on projects such as the Amisol Light.
Rybakken has received numerous awards, including the 'Best of the Best' Red Dot Award in Singapore, 2007; the Anders Jahre's Cultural Prize for Young Artists in Oslo, 2008; the Design Report Award for best designer at Salone Satellite in Milan, 2009 and the Emerging Talent Medal at the 2013 London Design Festival.
The Compendium Floor Light by Daniel Rybakken was created from the concept of illuminating a room with only one source.
The Fienile Table Lamp is a playful and ambient light inspired by architectural buildings, designed by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan
A contemporary suspension light by Daniel Rybakken, inspired by the simple concept of sunlight through a window
Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken reinvents the suspension light with maximum visual effect in the Amisol from Luceplan.
The latest addition to the Daniel Rybakken's Counterbalance family for Luceplan, winner of Italy’s oldest and most prestigious design award.
The Stochastic Suspension Light is a modern chandelier by Daniel Rybakken with complex interplay of light