Reviving the traditional lamp, Swiss designer Björn Ischi has designed a minimal lamp, called the “SHADE,” to perk up modern living spaces. Removing all switches or button from the surface for a clean design, the chic lamp just requires a gentle tap on the “light bulb” to turn it in/off and even control the illumination. The lamp comes with a true recognition value and universality to impress one and all by reinstating the childhood memories.
Reviving the grace and class of the Danish and Italian glass of the mid-century, Brooklyn based studio TOKEN has presented a pendant light that gives a rustic look to the modern home decor. Carved out of recycled glass, the handmade (to some extent) home accessory makes use of diamond abrasive tools to achieve the frosted finish.
Recycling a wooden shipping pallet and pill bottles, designer Matt Bryant has created a unique lamp that apart from presenting a unique design also helps in sustaining the environment. Dubbed as “Prescription Lamp,” the sustainable light includes custom cotton covered braided wiring, antique style wall plug and polished nickel light socket to achieve a rustic look.