Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Eye Candy of the Week – 45 Table Lamp

 

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PRODUCT

45 Table-Lamp

 

MANFACTURE

Munkii

 

DESIGNER

Jaren Goh

 

MATERIAL

Lamp stalk is engineered with laser-cut technology for precision. Shade basket is available in fabric white or black steel wire mesh.

 

WEIGHT

2.1kg/ 4.5 lbs

 

DESCRIPTION

Lamp 45 uses laser cut aluminum with steel wire-mesh shade.  The lamp is designed and engineered with the same metallurgy precision as today’s familiar electronic devices. Lamp 45 snugs comfortably on the modern work desk habit.  - 45 Table- Lamp

 

I would love to use this lamp in a industrial type loft or over a very traditional console table and having that unexpected juxtaposition.

 

Where would you use this lamp?

 

YUMMY FACTOR

Singaporean Delight!!!



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5 comments:

Marcus Design said...

Very nice!! I would love to have this lamp! I like your idea of contrasting it against something traditional, maybe an ornate side table?
Nancy

Brillante Home Decor said...

I love unexpected details so I would use it with an antique side table or console like you suggested. I suspect this is an accent light only so it would create a nice focal point in a room.

Ideezine said...

Great conversation piece in the middle of a design studio table. This would encourage "thinking about the unexpected for highest impact" love it.

Bette

Echito said...

Really interesting, as much as I like the juyxtaposition of it with an antique piece, I think I would have to say I would like to it in an industrial space. This way it can stand alone on a clean table and be a focal point in itself, whereas I think if you used it as part of a vignette it would get a little lost because it doesn't have the height of a standard lamp.

Artist said...

What an interesting design. I like the silver tone even when colors are my life. I am painting through synesthesia which makes me see colors when I hear names and numbers. These colors I transform in paintings. Some of my paintings were chosen by interior designers just because of the colors.