lion penseur table lamps by lee jinyoung lion penseur table lamps by lee jinyoung
dec 23, 2012

lion penseur table lamps by lee jinyoung

‘lion penseur’ table lamps by lee jinyoung

 

 

based on the structural idea of safety, ‘lion penseur’ by korean lee jinyoung is a specially designed lamp that incorporates the the fundamental elements of illumination tools and electrical cords. using materials such as natural cowhide, the handmade objects reflect on the characteristics of indirect ambient lighting.

 

 

glossy leather

 

 

glossy leather

 

 

red cow hide finish

 

 

detail

 

 

mint

 

 

persian blue

 

 

hot pink

 

 

detail

 

 

contextual application

 

 

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  • This design is very cute and fun, very much.

    li qiang says:
  • This design is very vivid, the shape made ​​in the shape of small animals, to make it more lovely.

    yan zhi qiang says:

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