Naica ceramics lamp by Something for Ligne Roset

January 30th, 2014 by retail design blog

Based out of London and Verona, Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri, founders of the design partnership Something have recently completed ‘Naica’, a lamp made out of ceramics for Ligne Roset. Reminding a bit on a cavern itself, these lamps are inspired by carbide lanterns from the past, originally used by miners. The light is diffused by reflection, creating a gently faded glow on the inner surface of the ceramics, while the cable covered with fabric doubles as a handle to easily move the lamp from one spot to another. The lamp is available either in white or with a red coloured cavity.























http://www.arthitectural.com/daniel-debiasi-and-federico-sandri-naica-for-ligne-roset/

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