Delightful Wood Lamp Designs

18. January 2019

Mater – Terho Pendant Lamp

The Terho Pendant Lamp was created by Finnish designer Maija Puoskari for Mater. The lamp’s shape immediately reminds of acorns and brings nature and Finnish autumn to your home. It is therefore not surprising that the translation of the Finnish word Terho is an acorn.

The beautiful colours of the FSC alder wood and the white hand-blown opal glass are a unique combination of design and make the lamp timeless in its appearance.

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Schneid – Zappy Pendant Lamp

Inspired by French pine cones, the Zappy pendant lamp was created in 2012. Zappy is characterised by particularly high light yield. Cold lightbulbs are filtered through the high-quality wood veneer to light up all living rooms with great lighting quality and create the feeling of having brought a piece of nature into the home. The Zappy pendant lamp was designed by Niklas Jessen and Julia Mülling. 

Muuto – Wood Lamp

The Wood Lamp by Muuto is a conscious contrast to the most ultra modern table and desk lamps on the market.

The designers at TAF Architects have consciously made the shapes of the lamp angular and ‘raw’ and describe the entire lamp as a ‘low-tech antidote’ to the majority of available lamps. All details on the Wood Lamp have accordingly been chosen pragmatically and even the screws that connect the individual parts are all visible.

Normann Copenhagen – Bau Pendant Lamp

Bau is a sculptural hanging lamp designed by Vibeke Fonnisbegr Schmidt, who has combined colour, composition and geometric shapes in a unique and creative design.

The design is based in interlocking geometric circles, sticking out in all directions. Bau has an immediate pattern that is broken up by the discs’ colours, sizes and off-centre linkages, making the lamp living and organic in its expression.

The designer Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt explains the design of the Bau pendant lamp: ” When you change your position in relation to Bau, the tight geometric lines are broken. The sort of experience I want people to have is to see the Bau lamp and wonder what it looks like from the other side. It must appeal the people’s sense of curiosity.”

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