'Lamp Project' by Karen Yeung is an Epic Way to Illuminate an Interior

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jan 24, 2010   Updated: Jun 21 2011 • References: karenyeungdesign &
The 'Lamp Project' by Karen Yeung is a sculptural lighting installation that looks like a super-sized sculpture of giant matchsticks. It's quite a dramatic piece to illuminate any home so long as candles aren't around.

We've featured a number of innovative lighting options at Trend Hunter. Check out more shots of the 'Lamp Project' by Karen Yeung above, and keep clicking for some of my favorites.

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