The Dodeck Lamp Beams Beyond a Crystal Made from Eco-Friendly Material

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 18, 2013 • References: mergeshop & yankodesign
Beyond the installation of a simple lightbulb, a brilliant way to really provide visual stimulation in a room is to integrate a Dodeck Lamp into its decor. The eccentric light fixture comprises a bare globe at its core, hanging from an electrical cord and embraced by a curiously complex structure.

This geometric lattice is made up of little Y-shaped pieces of recycled cardboard, manufactured in a variety of vivid colors. They are simply slotted together to produce utterly intriguing forms that make up the LX and the M models of the pendant lamp that are sold through the Merge Shop.

Beholding the Dodeck Lamp alone is certainly a captivating sight, but the effect it has on the room is perhaps even more fascinating. Ineffective as a proper lampshade, the intricate sculpture casts incredible shadows on the ceiling, the walls and the floor. Stats for Molecular Model Lights Trending: Older & Mild
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