Light Flowers lamp by Studio Tord Boontje
Dezeen Showroom: London design practice Studio Tord Boontje took inspiration from Art Nouveau to create the Light Flowers lamp, which features a delicate-looking botanical form cut from steel.
A table lamp that is well-suited to bedsides, Light Flowers has a lampshade formed by the petals of a flower bulb, and a body made of its stalk and leaves.
The design references the Art Nouveau works of Émile Gallé and Louis Comfort Tiffany, who also tried to embody the natural world in functional objects.
The table lamp is well-suited to bedsides or living spaces, and comes in two variations: a smaller single-lamp model and a taller three-lamp version.
Light Flowers is made in the UK from laser-cut steel that is formed and shaped by hand at Studio Tord Boontje.
The design is available in either a powder-coated white or copper-plated finish, which is applied to the parts prior to assembly.
Light Flowers has been made in a limited edition of 500 signed pieces.
Product: Light Flowers
Designer: Studio Tord Boontje
Brand: Studio Tord Boontje
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