Lavu Lamp Inspired By Scandinavian Tribesmen Tents

Lavu Lamp Inspired By Scandinavian Tribesmen Tents
The Lavu Lamp takes design inspiration from tepees made of wood and deer hide by mountain tribesmen. Authentic in a cultural but even modern sense, the Lavu Lamp is truly Scandinavian in every aspect. The lamp is an icon of the Lavvu tent, with the light source inside, radiating a homely warmth and light. The... 
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Forget The Gravitation: Levitating FLYTE Light

Forget The Gravitation: Levitating FLYTE Light
Ready for some magic? Designer Simon Morris has always dreamt to create a levitating object, and finally – here’s FLYTE! It is a levitating light, which hovers by magnetic levitation and is powered through the air. FLYTE requires no batteries and powers light through the air via induction. Wireless power transfer transmission has been around... 
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Focal Point Lamp: Direct Light Where You Need

Focal Point Lamp: Direct Light Where You Need
Looking for a lamp that isn’t just a lamp? Check out the Focal Point Lamp by Designlump, which is a great example of a functional modern lamp with an original design.The cube-like, porcelain shade rotates on the lacquered, solid copper base letting you direct light wherever you need it. Depending on the direction of the... 
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Minimal T2 Table Lamp For Your Workspace

Minimal T2 Table Lamp For Your Workspace
From the makers of the super-portable T1 lamp comes an equally minimalist counterpart that feels right at home on the top of your desk. Called the T2 lamp, its thin form is achieved thanks to a custom LED board producing 520 Lux of brightness using only 2 watts of power! The lamp is handmade using... 
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Timeless And Chic Flowerpot VP4 Table Lamp

Timeless And Chic Flowerpot VP4 Table Lamp
Designed during the decade of ‘Flower-Power’, the Flowerpot is an iconic 1960s design. Originally designed in 1968, this Verner Panton classic, produced by Danish brand &Tradition, is made up of two interlocking lacquered aluminum spheres – one twice the size of the other. Perfect for the home or office, the Flowerpot is available as a... 
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Natural Yet Minimalist Milano Study Light

Natural Yet Minimalist Milano Study Light
The LED lamp in ‘Milano Study’ is directed to its wooden surface giving it a warm, atmospheric glow. The young designers of Politecnico di Milano, Alessandro Grasso, Alexandra Lunardi, Sara Flamigni and Emanuele Colzani say that their work was inspired by the organic, natural shapes – such as leaves, flowers, drops of water. That’s why... 
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Minimalist Yet Sculptural TOTEM Table Lamp

Minimalist Yet Sculptural TOTEM Table Lamp
Alexandre Dubreuil Design Studio has created a stand alone light named TOTEM. And it really reminds of a totem, a sacred object, or symbol for a whole group of people. Towards a quest of fundamental, the design strictly focuses on the way volumes and materials are associated. The lamp is made of plastic and concrete... 
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Mysterious Pina And Misha Lamps Of Hardened Fabric

Mysterious Pina And Misha Lamps Of Hardened Fabric
Misha and Pina lamps are parts of the series of exploration of fabric’s behavior in lighting. The shade of Pina uses the fabric 95% cotton and 5% spandex, while Misha fabric is made of 100% post-consumer plastic bottles. The technology of making both lamps is alike: the fabric is dipped into fabric hardener, then hung... 
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Ceramic Mia Table Lamp Of Two Cones

Ceramic Mia Table Lamp Of Two Cones
This ceramic Mia lamp by Italian designer Federica Bubani comprises a cone-shaped shade that fits inside a larger base in a variety of positions. The light is designed so that the upper, smaller cone containing a fluorescent light bulb sits within or on top of a lower, larger base. Its position determines the direction and... 
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