Diamond Lights by Eric Therner

August 3rd, 2011 by retail design blog

“I’d like to think of Diamond Lights as a sculpture, with a function. It looks as good switched on, as when it is switched off. Stylewise I wanted something different than the round lightbulbs. It’s not that other shapes on lightbulbs appear, so I really liked the thought of giving it another look. To me, diamonds are surrounded by a mystic, romantic feeling, which I like. By using a diamonds shape like this, it gives the lamp charismatic look, as well as keeping a classic feel.
Customers choose the lampholder and lampcord after their own personal style. Diamond Lights can be therefore be used in different styles of interriors.”

Design by Eric Therner
Photos: Jesper Lindström

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