A light which takes its form from elements created by nature.
The multi-purpose lantern features an adjustable beam that can be angled through the use of a magnetic ball joint.
The object is modeled after the famous English actor Charlie Chaplin which uses
an upturned bowl on a fence post in an idyllic campsite reminiscent of the comedian’s trademark of a hat and walking stick.
The light series includes two table lamps in different heights.
The original random texture of this material made with pressed flakes and resin,
mainly used in construction, making each lamp unique.
The design was inspired by the shape and function of a traditional metal library bookend, as well as the side profile of a person reading a book while on their knees.
A lamp made of recycled cork sheet, pine wood, lamp, socket, power plug, turn on/off button, flexible pp wire, pins and card stock packaging.
This object’s concrete base allows it to rotate at almost 360 degrees.
The object can give indirect light to the environment or perpendicularly light the top of a surface by just rotating it at a 90° angle.
A floor lamp based on ‘one thousand and one nights’, a well-known book of middle-eastern folk tales.