The Kurage Lamp is a Wacky Illuminated Wonder

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jun 19, 2009 • References: sschemata & inventorspot
Fiber optics is a strange and difficult technology to understand. The fiber-optic Kurage Lamp designed by Sschemata Architects (Japan) is not. The cool lighting fixtures offer a futuristic element to any room.

The size of the cords varies from model to model based on the amount of illumination going into each piece (thicker=more, thinner=less). Also, the size of the curve in the cord contributes to the brightness and strength of the light.

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