Armadillo lamp by Luiseslava Studio for LZF

October 17th, 2012 by retail design blog

Armadillo, a new texture for light. Its shape reminds us of that strange mammal from Southern America whose activity starts at sunset. Armadillo gives a warm light, almost as timid as this little animal’s attitude at dawn. The lamp, woven in a coat of superposing scales, features a unique play of light and shadow. The textured material of the armour opens a whole universe of decorative ideas. It’s sifted light gives the place a genuine warmness that proves perfect for public or private interiors.

Designed by Luiseslava Studio for LZF









http://www.luiseslava.com

Corona light by Established & Sons
Corona was conceived as a homage to the soon to be lost ‘Crown’ silvered lig...
Space Time lamp by Karim Rashid for Zero
The organically shaped pendant lamp appears with large perforations, making ...
my panda store by Torafu Architects, Tokyo
To create space for the two-toned clothes, shoes, bags and products, we have...
Przystanek Piekarnia Bakery by Five Cell, Warsaw - Poland
Each of the interiors is equipped with a unique system of modules made of st...

Leave a Reply