Light fixtures have the capability to become stagnant and constantly look the same, but the Lampe L by designer Anna Leymergie has completely changed the way we can light up our rooms.
The Lampe L, similar to an L-shaped couch, has been designed to fit in those impossible-to-light tricky spots, all the while looking amazing. The odd shape of the lamp is complemented by the modernist approach to aesthetic. It is made out of materials like rattan, linen yarn, white oak and Japanese paper, which makes this piece truly standout. The main feature about this lamp is the L shape. The shape enables the owner to be able to fit the lamp in to hard to light places, and as amazing as it is at being a light, owing this piece is also an easy conversation starter.
These Beautiful Lamps Can Adapt to Multi-Levels and Spots in Your Home
1. Adaptable Light Fixtures - Opportunity for disrupting the lighting industry by creating versatile light fixtures that can adapt to different spaces and angles.
2. Modernist Aesthetics - Opportunity for disrupting the home decor industry with modernist-inspired designs that blend form and function.
3. Unique Materials - Opportunity for disrupting the materials industry by incorporating unconventional materials like rattan, linen yarn, white oak, and Japanese paper in product designs.
1. Lighting - Opportunity for innovative lighting solutions that can easily fit into hard-to-light spots in homes and other spaces.
2. Home Decor - Opportunity for creating conversation-starting home decor pieces with unique and modernist designs.
3. Materials - Opportunity for developing and utilizing unconventional materials that add a unique touch to product designs in various industries.