The 'Ning' Lamp by Studio Pinwu is a Modern Revamp

By: Kevin Young - Published: May 13, 2012 • References: & designboom
The 'Ning' Lamp by Studio Pinwu is a creatively crafted lamp that takes form of a Chinese lantern.

It was created by Studio Pinwu designers Zhang Lei, Christoph John and Jovana Bogdanovic of China, Germany and Serbia. The three designers spent two years conducting research on natural and traditional materials extracted from the Yuhang region in China. They've collaborated to produce a nifty collection of furniture and home decor that's made with specialized crafts of bamboo, water silk floss, porcelain and paper.

This lamp takes form of a transparent drape that sits like floating strings of silk. It's made with a mixture comprised of bamboo, porcelain power and epoxy resin. It's a combination of using new and traditional materials. The Ning lamp by Studio Pinwu combines the forces of contemporary craftsmanship and ancient techniques.

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