If you are an interior design lover you know that part of a room’s decor is all about modern lighting. You can use lamps of all types and sizes but if you don’t choose carefully the kind of bulb you use you will pay a huge electricity account at the end of the month. To avoid that, today we’re going to show you the some of the coolest eco-friendly pieces.
Binic Table Lamp (by Foscarini) is inspired by the world of the sea and the shape recalls windsocks — aeration systems on boats. These shapes evoke other figures: a loudspeaker, a cartoon character, an animal or a totem.
The clean, ultra simple Tati (by Ferrucio Laviani) features a squared silhouette with styling vaguely reminiscent of Art Deco design. Tati is composed of a solid body of transparent PMMA enclosing an interior diffuser.
An open, rectangular prism with softened edges, Frame (by B.Lux) is made of injected aluminum with a pressed glass diffuser that intensely illuminates the interior and casts a surrounding glow. Available in three sizes, with fluorescent lamping.
The RCA Floor Lamp (by B.Lux) is reminiscent of the early days of the electronic age when recorded sound was a marvel. Inspired by the big band era microphones, the shade of this modern floor lamp is made from polished aluminum and the top part resembles a microphone head.
These hand-folded sculptural pendant shades have been in continuous production by the Danish company Le Klint. The material is a color-stabilized white PVC which is completely washable and anti-static.