Hanging lamps by Laszlo Tompa

September 25th, 2012 by retail design blog

After finishing my former work „cube illusion” I decided to design hanging lamps. Similarly to the box these lamps consist of wood turned elements. The basic lamp is a hexagonal pyramid that is covered with different no space matching geometric ornaments. The lamp is not transparent, it’s lighting locally, downward.

Designed by Laszlo Tompa









http://www.tompakeramia.hu

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  1. Kate says:

    Those are stunning.

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