ronan + erwan bouroullec: lighthouse lamp
ronan + erwan bouroullec: lighthouse lamp ronan + erwan bouroullec: lighthouse lamp
apr 08, 2010

ronan + erwan bouroullec: lighthouse lamp

ronan bouroullec and his ‘lighthouse’ lamp

‘lighthouse’ lamp created by ronan & erwan bouroullec for established & sons and venini, draws its influence from the structure of lighthouse lenses. the design, made in collaboration with venetian glass maker venini, consists of a black stone base. the supporting stick which holds the voluminous glass bubble in place is aluminum.

‘lighthouse’ will be showcased at la pelota during milan design week 2010.

‘lighthouse’ lamp in glass with black stone base

‘lighthouse’ lamp with black stone base

  • i like this!

    isoamu says:
  • very interesting structure & form

    eels says:
  • cool!
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    dizain says:
  • Cool! Very interesting bulb. Is it a variable intensity type? Can imagine with different colours to the glass with the ability to turn it, creating different moods in a room d;-)

    Jetwax says:
  • Finally, they have a real lamp!

    mil says:
  • its a tree.

    afg says:

    matt says:

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