all photos by gilad langer
israeli designer asaf weinbroom focuses his practice on developing lighting elements made from wood,
produced using a hand-made process. his most recent designs include: ‘vash’, ‘chuko’ and ‘gardom’ lights which are
currently on show as part of the ‘plug-in’ exhibition at the design space gallery in tel aviv.
‘gardom’ light detail
‘gardom’ is a wall lamp which draws on weinbroom’s previous series of designs, only this time crafted out of ash.
a wall lamp in which the lighting shade glides up and down a vertical wooden path, the ‘vash’ light moves clockwise
allowing one to easily adjust the light in all directions.
the ‘vash’ lampshade can be moved to adjust light according to your needs
detail of the lamp whose height can be adjusted via a vertical wooden track
‘vash’ wall mounting component and swivel base
‘chuko’ is a small private table lamp made from cardboard and walnut wood.