The Beehouse Lamp

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Oct 1, 2008   Updated: Jul 20 2011 • References: rassadin & apartmenttherapy
The Beehouse Lamp concept by Yar Rassadin in Russia is based on the hexagonal cells that bees create as they build their honeycombs. The honey found in actual honeycombs is replaced in this lamp with honey-yellow Swarovski crystals to bring the bee theme home.

The Beehouse Lamp's geometric cells are made from white plastic. The lamp was entered into the Designboom and Swarovski Crystal Vision Design Competition held earlier this year.

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