The Ray Flower Desk Lamp Encloses an Intense Light Source Inside

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: May 3, 2013 • References: & furnitureserved
Light can do things that are far more interesting than simply illuminating a space and the objects within it. This would be demonstrated the moment that you switch on the Ray Flower Desk Lamp, as bright beams escape from the cage-like lampshade and cast stripes up and down the walls.

Designer Vladimir Tomilov of Moscow, Russia, was inspired by the bud of a flower. Just like a blossom with its many leaves and petals tucked tightly around the core of the flower, this table lamp protects the lightbulb inside of it with a bunch of curving slats. These surround the source and come together towards the top. With the option of several vivid colors for the Ray Flower Desk Lamp, its rather modern and industrial form does still suggest the beauty and delicacy of a young daisy. Stats for Contemporary Caged Illuminators Trending: Older & Mild
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