Architizer has identified shadow-creating light fixtures as a 2013 trend and rounded up some with pretty trippy silhouettes. Must say, Tom Dixon’s Etch Web stainless steel open shade that throws angular shadows on walls seems like one especially impressive beast.
After experimenting with natural wood veneer for many years, Thai product designer and inventor Anurak Suchat has developed the Loop and the Arrow, two origami-like wooden lamps that you can readily fold and unfold to light up rooms and desktops. Each veneer is laminated into three layers, has a 0.48 mm backing and is laser-cut. […]
This stylish light fixture literally folds up into a little bag just like a tent. JEAHNA is all the nostalgia of tent camping repackaged as a gorgeous light for your house or gallery. The lightweight, nylon constructed lamp comes in three different sizes ranging form 1.5 to 5.5 metres in diameter. Designed as a collaboration between Johan Carpner, Alexander […]
We’ve seen many lamps, but none of them can promise enlightenment like this one. The Light Up Your World lamp looks like any other regular joe of a book on your shelves, until you find the switch that lets you literally see the light. This bright book is a 9 watt energy-saving lamp and made of white Plexiglas.
Przemek, commonly known as Calabarte, is a Polish artist who creates these awesome, trippy lamps created from carved dried gourd. Each of these extraordinary lamps are one of a kind as the fruit’s shape is determined by nature and the framing created through his high quality craftsmanship creates unusual effects that one would wish they had in their room.