Nistor & Nistor Evolutive Design Collection

Lamps are an important home décor item and they can add a lot of aesthetic value to your home décor.Nistor & Nistor have unveiled the Evolutive Design Collection which features lamps with elements that can individually rotate up to 360°. The individual movement of these elements helps create an unlimited number of shapes which makes this collection a playful and interactive collection always inviting the user to reshape it.

As per the designers, this lamp has a longer life compared to the others simply because it can communicate with a user for a longer duration by always varying its form. The overall collection has three lamps dubbed the Magna, Opus, and Tempo.

Lamps are always different. There a lot of designs, shapes and sizes when it comes to this feature. Each one of them is different. As you can see from these examples, this very interesting collection features many designs, all of them modern and original. Most of them have abstract shapes and the idea was to create something modern and beautiful that completes the room.

They all come in white, a very good choice in this case. The light they create is a soft and intimate one. I would place a lamp like this in the bedroom. But the living room in a great idea as well. I guess you could place it anywhere you want as long as it looks good.

Published by in Lighting, on April 27th, 2010


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