Give light, and the darkness will disappear of itself. – Desiderius Erasmus –
Here a few of ideas for lighting your house in a different way.
The “Nuke Lamp”, an alluring table lamp that is shaped like a mushroom cloud explosion, was created by Italian industrial designer Luca Veneri, using 3D printing technologies.
“Oyula” by Sergio Silva, portuguese-born, brooklyn based industrial designer, is an intriguing light piece that transforms contemporary light bulbs into tradition oil lamps. Normally lamps are filled with a filament that illuminates from the inside, while this is filled with paraffin oil and a fiber glass wick producing light in a more primitive way, through fire. This permits the lamp to work even during a blackout.
The “Memento lamp”, designed by Hiroshi Yoneya and Yumi Masuko for design collective Tonerico, is A minimal lighting fixture from Japan and it casts a dramatic shadow of numeric shapes.
“Brainchild” of Brazilian designer Rafael Morgan “The Light Drop”. This watery light features a tap oozing out of a big drop of lighted water. It is also possible to control the illumination by turning around the tap.