The Radar Scone by Schoolhouse is a Fixture of Modern and Machine-Age Fusion

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 11, 2013 • References: schoolhouseelectric &
Anyone who says industrial style objects cannot look cute would be very much disproved by the enchanting Radar Scone by Schoolhouse. The unique light fixture was inspired by the objects you might find in factories, garages and warehouses yet the piece would look undoubtedly adorable if installed within the home.

The quirky design was developed based on the light source of an industrial parts washer and combined with a stiff metal cord hose and a vintage 1970s electrical box. This chunky square component is detailed with authentic embossed symbols and danger warnings that reinforce the character and the story behind the unusual wall lamp.

In spite of the cold and utilitarian elements of the Radar Scone by Schoolhouse, it sports a rounded lampshade with a colorful finish that gives it a fun and friendly quality. Stats for Fab Factory Lighting Trending: Older & Chilly
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