Lindeman investigated how products can play with space and how they influence the architectonic framework. She made enormous lampshades, creating spaces similar to rooms in a house, which can transform the space by a change in volume.
The lamps are made in her own workspace with great attention to detail and material. The enormous porcelain bead acts as a balance in the inner shade, allowing it to be hung at various heights. This changes the shape of the lamp and therefore the light and space. The lamps are available in different colours and sizes. ‘Tentlamp’ is made of textile volumes and ceramic beads.