When it comes to unusual and unique lighting solutions, designers are always trying to create something that’s different in one way or the other. Designed by Sylvain Bouyer from Toulouse, France, the “Tree of light 2012” lamp features a node of 100 percent recyclable aluminum on which the branches grow. Created with an aim to use and create new rhythms with five pieces of wood, the Tree of light plays with the concept of balance and imbalance. The moving central’s branch of the lamp is connected to the four protective and support branches.
Sitting discretely at the heart of the whole creation is a bulb that produces soft and warm light to create a soothing ambiance. All the five wooden branches used for the lamp are of different lengths. The Tree of light is an ongoing process.