Naica ceramic lamp by Something for Ligne Roset
Product news: diffused light gently glows from a cavity in the side of this ceramic lamp by designers Something of London and Verona for French brand Ligne Roset.
Inspired by hand-held carbide lamps used by miners in the early twentieth century, Naica bounces light around the void to emit a soft flush of light from one long face.
The lamp's gently curving corners create a softened profile, which the designers say alludes to the form of a cavern, and the name Naica refers to a working mine located in Mexico.
A fabric-covered cable loops up through the top of the lamp to form a handle.
The product is available in white with either a red or white cavity.
Something was founded by designers Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri.
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