Original table lamps from around the world: Asterisco
Original table lamps – not just a piece of furniture. Light is an indispensable companion during reading, writing, drawing.
A comfortable workplace is the key to achieving calm and concentration.
Table lamps, which will be discussed in this article, will help you to direct yourself to the desired wave and tune in to the generation of ideas.
First of all, when choosing a desk lamp model, you need to listen to yourself and give preference to the preferred option, think about the balance of light and combination with the interior of the room. An important role is played by the material: wood, glass, metal – it is worth considering all the options.
Design of the lamp from Valencia
The Asterisco lamp was developed by Valencia based on the idea of Cuatro Cuatrosfor LZF Lamps. A perfectly balanced corner lamp is suitable for installation both at home and in the workplace.
This model is available in several variations: various sizes and a wide range of shades.
An interesting solution for the desktop – a modern lamp
Theia got its name from the Greek goddess Theia, the mother of the sun god – Helios and the moon goddess – Selena. The design was developed by German designer MathiasHahn.
The product consists of two hemispheres – images of the sun and the moon – that rotate around a central axis. The fusion of light and shadow, which this unusual lamp projects, creates a poetic and romantic image.
Theia – lamp from Greek mythology
The w152 Busby lamp is the result of cooperation between the Swedish company Wästberg and the British design office Industrial Facilit.
In the electronic lamp inputs are located for the three USB-connectors, which allows the product to keep up with modernity. In addition, w152 Busby has a pleasant harmonious design and fits into any interior.
Ultratechnological lamp w152 Busby
The Petiole lamp is honored by the Norwegian designer Andreas Ferdinand, who was inspired by the mountains of Norway, namely the bells, which are especially numerous in this country.
Petiole has the shape of a tree and, like a bell, can swing, changing the direction of light. This version of the lamp in a natural, natural style could not help but draw attention to itself throughout the world.
Eco-friendly luminaire from Andreas Ferdinand
Snap Lamp is an interesting solution for a table lamp, which can be attached to any surface with a thickness of 8 to 40 mm. The product is designed by Marie Hesseldahl in the Scandinavian style.
The lamp is equipped with LED dimming technology and a rotating lamp, which makes it a worthy representative of modern technology.
Universal lamp – Snap Lamp
Spar Junior was developed by Jamie McLellan for the New Zealand company. The lamp consists of two movable bases and a lamp that rotates in all directions.
The simple design in red and black colors makes it a great solution as a table lamp.
Spar Junior by Jamie McLellan
Movable lamp for desktop
Such a selection of lamps fit for all occasions and will help you choose a new modern unit.