Also you might not need a bedside table lamp to be as luminous as one that sits on the side table in the living room! So clearly define the purpose of the lamp before you start shopping for it.
It is truly a fascinating blend; a trademark approach that sets him apart from the pack. And today we take a small peek into this eclectically delightful world of his by shedding the spotlight on a trio of fabulous lighting fixtures designed by the man himself.
The cleverly crafted Asterisco lamp was designed by young Valencia-based design studio Cuatro Cuatros for LZF Lamps. With its punctuating and punctilious presence the studio named the light “Asterisco” or “Asterisk”.
Petiole is a delightful birch wood and aluminium light crafted by Andreas Ferdinand Riise Bergsaker a Norwegian designer based in Copenhagen. Inspired by the oscillating bluebells found in Norway’s mountains Petiole’s shade can be moved in different directions.
Let the lighting fixture in your dining room play this role by bringing in an unexpected texture and outline to a carefully curated space. With stone glass and other sleek polished surfaces dominating most modern dining rooms a pendant that highlights a contrasting finish makes for a delightful addition indeed.
The bulbs used in table lamps these days have come a long way from the old CFLs and LED lighting is the preferred choice as it cuts down the power bill as well. But not all table lamps support this switch between so check out the finer details (like maximum wattage) before you make the purchase.