Geometric designs and decorations are super trendy now, and more and more designers create various pieces with geo shapes. Today we are going to show you one of the most current creations with geometric design, and it’s a hanging lamp.
Design collective Outofstock has created a heat-compressed felt lamp that merges two basic geometric shapes. Made from two pieces of industrial felt, the Stamp pendant looks like a flat disc bisecting a wide, three-dimensional cone. The pairing of these different geometries – a circle and a triangle – gives the lamp a notably different silhouette depending on from which angle it’s viewed.
Outofstock used heat-compression to shape the two pieces of felt on either side of the lamp. They then sandwiched them together, creating a cone where the two bulging discs meet. A white blown glass diffuser sits between the two pieces of felt, which is rather an unusual choice of material for a lamp. It bulges slightly at the bottom, completing the outside edge of the circle when it is viewed from a certain angle.
The designers managed to merge two absolutely different geometric shapes to get one single harmonious volume, and felt gives it a somewhat cozy feel. Such a lamp will be a cool addition to any modern living space and even to the office if needed.