#lighting #design #light Sixties is a table lamp designed by the Russian industrial designer Maxim Maximov. As its own name indicates, the lamp has been inspired by the designers of the 1960s, particularly the works of Dieter Rams, as well as displaying a strong resemblance to a pipe or a bendy straw.

Milk Bottle Lamp

Concrete Lamp. Sexy and #modern!


tom dixon felt shade floor lamp: by Tom Dixon, felt shade lamp

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#Lamps by Giles Godwin-Brown - An wonderful wall decal to liven up the learning space

Mirrors behind the bedside lamps. Doubles the light in the room

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A lamp with take along glow balls for walking places in the middle of the night. This is so awesome!


Tip of the Tongue by Michael Anastassiades

Table lamp with diagonally cut shade black on the exterior and gold on the inner lining - #contemporary #lighting #contemporary #lighting #lamp #table #tablelamp


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The Candor Lamp is also wall-mounted and is constructed of cotton and timber. Wired with LED lighting as well, this lamp features a transparent strip that generates a “halo-like” glow on the wall it is mounted on.

W&M Lamp by Maxim Maximov. A story about a friendship between materials who otherwise would not have become a lamp without each other.

A minimalist design clamping lighting fixture

Bird by Zhili Liu