The "Stripped" Lamp is Entirely Constructed From One Tree Branch
Dec 20, 2013 19:17
Created by Dutch designer Floris Wubben, Stripped is a floor lamp made from a raw tree branch. This interesting piece of lighting feature keeps the natural form of the wood intact as much as possible.
Made from one branch and split into three parts at one end (for the legs), the lamp shade is constructed out of the branch's peeled bark.
“Each part of the tree branch obtains a new function, without losing its natural and exceptional appearance. The original form of the branch will determinate the final form of the lamp. Therefore, every lamp is a unique piece of design.”
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