Contemporary Italian lighting designer, Oçilunam, has created the unique Trame collection for in-es artdesign - out of fabric. Inspired by the moon and it's "lunar matter" - his subject is interwoven with the concept of light. In this collection, textiles -- and textures -- are key. The shades are fashioned of handmade knitted fabric and the shape is then fixed in place with fire-retardant resin. The lamps come in different shapes but all use 100% wool in their creation. The knitted cone styles come in a palette of earthy colors and have an almost corduroy look. Use a single pendant, or group one of each color together for a stunning show of color and light. The bulbous white lamps (below) are reminiscent of crocheted bonnets - somehow retaining their soft knitted look while rigid and solid to the touch. These 'crocheted' lamps cast a mesmerizing pattern of shadows on the wall. And while white goes with everything, you can give them some extra personalization by choosing the color of cord: blue, red, yellow, gold, white, or fluorescent orange. Whichever your choice - the corduroy stripe or crochet knit -- mixing fabric and light is an idea whose time has come.
This floor lamp looks like an old fashioned movie spotlight!
Group four of the pendents together to create a great reading area.
Choose your own cord color to personalize your selection.
This crocheted bonnet table lamp casts stunning shadows.
The 'cone' style is available in different shapes and colors.
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Posted in Unusual Lighting on September 16, 2013 2:06 PM