The 'Ta-Rae Lamps' by Design Virus are a Fashion Designer's Dream

By: Annie Ho - Published: Aug 16, 2010   Updated: Aug 23 2011 • References: design-virus & contemporist
The 'Ta-rae Lamps' by Design Virus are nothing close to traditional home lighting. When you first lay eyes on these lamps, they look like threads hanging from the ceiling. The word 'Ta-rae' simply means bunched up threads or string in Korean.

The colors for the 'Ta-rae Lamps' by Design Virus were specifically chosen to represent the "Seoul Colors." To turn on this lamp, all you have to do is pull on the thimble.

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