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This fun and colorful lamp collection was designed for the Los Angeles based design studio ARTECNICA by the designer Hlynur Atlason. This versatile light plays with form and color while exploring the design relationship between dimension and familiar objects. The sculptural and whimsical style of this table lamp evokes visions of childhood animal-like creatures.
Bagalight’s up-cycled paper bag design explores what lamp shades would look like if lamp shades were made of brown paper bags. Insistent upon creating a lighting design that involved an everyday household item with no monetary value, the Bagalight was born.
Some of the most popular lighting trends in today’s lighting design markets include elements that have been used before, but are now being used in amazingly different ways. Rough, like wood grains and metal texturing. Smooth, like shimmering smooth metal surfaces.
The Lomme bed design’s cozy appeal looks like a place where one could retire from a hard days work. Sometimes we all just need that space with just the right light, sounds and comfort to bring us back to a place of peace. Lomme means pocket in Norwegian, and although the bed looks like an abstract pocket taken from one of Woody Allen’s interpretations of the future, this modern design’s name stands for “Light Over Matter Mind Evolution”.
Is it a pencil case or a lamp? No need to choose it is both. Caroline Olsson’s Pencil Light offers both storage and illumination all in one. Made of birch wood and an assortment of metals, the designers incorporation of common desk components into one clean sleek unit encourages even the messiest writers to keep it tidy.