Tasmania-based furniture designer Duncan Meerding loves the outback wilderness, which comes across in his work – his most popular pieces are simple logs whose natural cracks emit soft, warm light. Meerding is also legally blind, so the use of light in his
floor and desk lamps. Maybe a modified version of this for the base or top of a bookcase
DIY pvc and fabric hanging lamps
Tealight Totem in Concrete by Plywood Office
Concrete tealight totems - made "with a pleasing heft that is uncommon today." It's true. -a box. with an offset water bottle with a built-out tealight base should make a decent mold for this
Foto "pinnata" dalla nostra lettrice i_paz The Macaron Plywood Lamp combines simple materials with the right proportions…
Isiah Table Lamp Made entirely from reclaimed materials. Totally beat me to this conceptually haha damn good job!
Amazing Felt Creations by Atsuko Sasaki
Land Lamps by Leonardo Fortino
Strangled Light designed by Gitta Gschwendtner
The type of light is optional. It can be halogen which emits certain heat but can be dimmed. Or it can be LED that is energy saving and has a cooler light quality. The color and length of the textile cable is also optional.
SURFIN' | Wall lamp By millelumen design Dieter K. Weis
Awe-Inspiring Wall Lamp Design Ideas for Your Room Remodel - Futurist Architecture
LED Wall Light EXAMPLE - Indirect Lighting: Diffused light produced by directing the light toward an intermediate surface that reflects the light into the room.
The Muul light isn’t as much about the light itself but is more about the effects of it. Look at that pattern and it looks innately familiar, but also incredibly calming. The Muul harnesses water’s ability to bend light, creating a caustic network of beautiful light patterns that sway and change with the water’s ripples. When you switch the Muul on, you’re immediately audience to these beautiful reflections as they dance around Muul’s blank canvas.