These Paul Foeckler lamps were designed for the Los Angeles-based Split Grain shop. To produce the items, Foeckler incorporated timber from California cypress trees, contributing the overall value of the at-home piece.
While most lamps let out light from the top or bottom, this Foeckler creation does so from within as slices of wood let on linear cracks. Light shines through these cracks, making it look much like a collection of jenga pieces intricately placed upon one another.
A LED concept adds to its efficiency, a choice that resonates with its quirky design. USB chargers can also be used to power the product, breaking with standard lamps that can be turned on only with wall plugs.
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