Pinha proposes a playful approach to lighting through personalization. This hanging lamp consists of a cork outer fixture to which a printed-paper shade is fastened. You have the last word on how Pinha looks, by choosing the shade from among different patterns and drawings. Function-wise, you can also decide on the direction and range of the light, according to where the shade is pinned. Cork’s low thermal and electrical conductivity ensures that you can handle the lamps shell in perfect safety. Making things even more interesting is the fact that the shade and its placement can be changed at will, according to your mood, the task you are performing or the ambiance you want to set.
Used computer monitors filled with animation cascade from the cabinets, read more
Used computer monitors filled with animation cascade from the cabinets, mixing species and specimens in a most unnatural way. The hand drawn animation by Oscar Narud draws its inspiration from the Natural History Museum's collections. Supported by Bloomberg