Kundalini
Atomium Collection

Hopf & Wortmann


The Atomium landmark from Brussels served as a template for the
Kundalini lights. Futuristic design paired with diffused lighting.

The Atomium collection by Kundalini was designed by Hopf & Wortmann in 2006 and includes a floor and table lamp, a pendant lamp and a wall lamp.

The "Atomium" building in Brussels, which was built for the world exhibition in 1958 and reproduces an imposing, oversized iron molecule, served as a template for the lights. Atomium is a landmark of the Belgian capital and its futuristic appearance was successfully translated into an original design object by Hopf & Wortmann on the occasion of its renovation in 2006.

Atomium with its organically shaped lamp body is made of polyethylene and has a supporting structure made of steel. The three or six lamps scatter their light diffusely and evenly through the white luminous body.

The futuristic and expressive Kundalini Atomium fits into modern interiors, whether in a private or commercial context.