Looking a little closer at this magnificent lamp the idea of coming from a potato isn’t so farfetched. The elongated form and bumps caused by the meeting of lines is evocative of a potato just after peeling – white pure and highlighted by irregular shapes.
For a less intense but equally stylish effect check out the Big Dipper Arc Floor Lamp. A brushed nickel base and off-white cotton shade complement the arc which measures more than six feet high.
A remarkably unique design gives the Faroles Fog Table and Floor Lamps their signature style. Not to mention these pieces designed by Federico Churba feature a crisp cotton shade that wraps around a hi-gloss grey or red powdercoated steel frame.
Once illuminated Swiniarski’s lamp offers a heavenly glow broken up by sharp lines and uneven planes. The translucent pieces of glass held together by the black binding lines provide a unique accent to any home and could fit comfortably hanging from a kitchen ceiling or attached to a bedroom wall. This special lighting piece could even look at home illuminating a long dark hallway.
For a mechanized take on task lighting check out the Industrial Table Task Lamp below previously featured in a Decoist post on industrial furniture. Note how metallic detailing contrasts the hi-gloss finish available in a range of colors.
Minimal in its skinny form the C/Lamp can clamp onto most tables for that extra modern touch to a workspace. This task lamp is like no other.