Secto Lamps By Seppo Koho

July 12th, 2011 by retail design blog

The Secto Lamps designed by interior architect Seppo Koho from Secto Design look simple and lovely and they would fit almost any interior. With variable heights (or lengths) and different diameters, the Secto Lights are made from steel (for the arms) and the shade is made of laminated birch slats connected by rings or aircraft plywood. The lamps are handmade by highly skilled Finnish craftsmen and should be used with normal and energy-saving bulbs (max 60W). Whether you’re more towards retro decorations or slick, modern interiors, the hand made Secto Lamps are a sure value! Simple is (so much) more!









http://decojournal.com/200810/secto-lamps-by-seppo-koho/

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