Versatile lamp design from Igor Pinigin

Lamps are such mysterious objects. They are very practical because they provide light, which is essential for us all the time, but in the same time they manage to always surprise us with new and unique shapes and designs. There’s always room for more, for something even more interesting and original, even after you would have seen this design that seems to defy all the rules that have been established for this particular item.

This is a creation of Ukrainian designer Igor Pinigin and it has been presented at SalonSattelite Moscow back in 2008. The striking thing about this lamp is its shape. It has a very versatile look and a very modern design. It’s so simple and yet so sophisticated. In order to have a balanced look, the lamp uses heavy glass balls to the bottom that allow it to be stabilized in any angle and position. So this means you can use it in nay way you want and it will still look good. The light will be as beautiful and soft regardless of the lamp’s position.

It’s a known thing that lamps come in a lot of different shapes, sizes, colors and designs. But still, this is a rare and innovative look that will probably be very appreciated by the owners of modern and contemporary homes. So, as you can see, originality is still possible. The lamp is available in either white or red.

Published by in Lighting, on May 17th, 2011


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