Posts Tagged ‘pendant lights’
This totally new extraordinary design of pendant lights is created by young Japanese designer Yoshiyuki Hibino. The designer has presented his new projects at the Stockholm furniture fair. Simple form and functional ecological beauty are combined perfectly in the design of the hanging lamp. The lamp is available in two design versions. The first consists of easy elastic shade that is rolled up in uncoated metal – a material that changes over time. In the second version the shade is formed by halved sheet of material fixed on both sides. Due to transparency of elastic material the lamp has a soft diffused light.
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Peter Pierobon was born and raised in North Vancouver enjoying every minute of his creative childhood amongst the rain forest of the North Shore. From the beginning he loved to make objects and was initially inspired by the amazing art. Now he is one of talented Canada-based designers and woodworkers. In this post we presents to you Plumb sculptural pendant lamp by the artist which is made from yellow cedar and cherry. It resembles a blossoming bud and looks very elegant and aesthetic. And thanks to the cracks between the strips of wood, this beautiful lamp gives a warm cozy lighting.
This amazing pendant lamp, called free folded paper pendant lamps was designed by Canadian designer Andrew Ooi, exhibited at the 2011 Interior Design Show in Toronto. The designer is fond of the art of origami so he decided to throw the new light on it. The lamp is constructed out of free-folded paper and looks very impressive and unusual. By means of the unique shapes it produces different lighting. No doubt that such lighting will create warm and cozy atmosphere in your house. The material and the shape make this pendant lamp creative in all aspects. It will become the spice of any interior and attract everyone’s attention.