sandro lominashvili’s love lamps series celebrates couples’ attachment
all images courtesy of tina shaburishvili




the ‘love lamps’ series by designer sandro lominashvili is composed of three separate, static pieces. each is made from two seemingly independent lights however, closer inspection will indeed show that they are inseparable. ‘love lamps’ collectively represents the constant togetherness of couples in love. the main body of the objects are 3D printed in transparent plastic by i.materialise, with warm LEDs for light. the series was shown at ventura lambrate during milan design week 2015

sandro lominashvili's love lamps series celebrates couples' attachment
the lamps are 3D printed in transparent plastic 

sandro lominashvili love lamps series designboom
each variation represents a couple in love 

the light sources are LED and run through a single cord 

sandro lominashvili love lamps series designboom
detail of ‘love lamps’ 



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