What happens when a furniture designer designed a desk lamp? Oh, nothing much, just an uber minimal light that is strangely alluring. Man, we just can’t take our eyes off the Buster Table Light.
An Australian design studio, Heliograf Studio, has created a quirky light to shine a light on the problem with single-use plastic. No, Heliograf did not create a straw light which, honestly, would be a whole lot easier but also a lot less interesting.
no. what you see above is not a miniature chair, but a giant lamp. to be more precise, it is the Anglepoise lamp designed by George Carwardine (1887-1948), recreated in an enormous proportion and dubbed as the Anglepoise Giant 1227 Floor Lamp. this design was also the design influence behind another lighting icon, the
need a conversational piece on your ceiling? then these Patrick Hartog Ceramic Cable Lights might be worthy of your exploration. inspired by the mooring bollards found at docksides or wharves, designer Patrick created these lights by slip casting and like a boat moored to the real bollards, they have cables would around them replicating
as good as our current clock or watch is, we still managed to let time slips past us. in another word, we are not conscious of the time that passes us and hence, work gets delayed, appointment missed et cetera. with the Sun Rising Lamp by Satoshi Itasaka, you will be visually reminded of the time is indeed moving.