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

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