Video: Hand-knitted lamp
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
Can the lamp be tied? Of course, we are not talking about the light bulb itself as a source of light, but about the lamp. And it turns out that it is possible - the designers prove to us over and over again that everything is possible.
Many have probably noticed that sites about DIY (do-it-yourself) or, more simply, hand-made sites are gaining more and more popularity. At the same time, not only sites are becoming more, but also people who are fond of everything that can be done with their own hands. For example, designer Philippe Tyberghien came up with an interesting idea - to tie a lamp. But not just a beautiful cap, but a really working lamp. A light bulb will be placed inside, but it must be hidden by a plastic "dome" so that there is no possibility of fire - wool, as you know, burns very quickly and easily. It is interesting that the designer proposes to tie not only the light bulb directly, but also the wire (and this, for a minute, as much as four and a half meters!) - it turns out a very funny cap, which, when not lit, can be mistaken for a piece of clothing. It will shine both vertically and horizontally.
And it depends on you how you position it - you can hang it on the wall, since the length of the wire will allow you to do this, you can put it on the table, or you can even leave it on the floor so that the lamp resembles a snake winding on parquet or carpet, especially the color it has green. The project should definitely be called interesting, if only because we have not seen anything like it yet. There was knitted food, even shoes! But I have never heard of lamps of such a plan.
Idea by designer Philippe Tyberghien of Cercle et Carre
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