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'Let's Say the Lamp' Concept Exudes an Abstract and Organic Optical Effect

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Feb 4, 2014 • References: dimaloginoff and designspotter
In its most basic form, a light fixture is designed to illuminate. 'Let's Say the Lamp,' on the other hand, demonstrates the unique way in which such an object doubles as a decorative interior piece.

For this pendant lamp, Dima Loginoff chose to create a curvaceous cone shape for the main body and the lampshade. Beneath this, where one might expect to see an exposed lightbulb from a close angle, the designer installed an elaborate sculpture of transparent glass that looks like a group of enormous water droplets that have clustered together. The beautiful bubbling forms create an intriguing visual effect when the 'Let's Say the Lamp' is switched on. Fascinating reflections and refractions further embellish the room with a contemporary elemental style that is subtle, sophisticated, organic and absorbing.