The Lampe H Brings Back the Aesthetics of Vintage Lighting

By: Andrew Robertson - Published: Apr 7, 2012 • References: yankodesign &
The Lampe H is a modern lantern concept, embracing the vintage appeal of the classic handheld lamp while adding some contemporary fines. Kerosene lanterns may be outdated and for good reasons (kerosene is extremely carcinogenic), but the style of the lamp remains to be an appealing design.

Like its kerosene ancestor, the Lampe H works by turning on a nob that activates the on/off functionality of the light. While it would make a great accessory for camping trips, it would also be ideal for those explorations down dark Victorian alleys and abandoned dungeons.

We are seeing an increase in vintage-themed apparel over the years, it shouldn't be too long until we see contemporary models of the typewriter and Polaroid camera reemerging in the near future. Stats for Moderntique Lanterns Trending: Older & Chilly
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