Designer Françoise Oostwegel designed the Zuid Oak Wood Lamp to resemble old-school mining lamps. The lamps take the form of a 3D octagon that has had each face removed leaving only the connecting edges. The edges are made using copper and oak wood and have a handle on the top to solidify the mining lamp inspiration. By adding the copper wire it creates a warm, reflective glow when turned on.
The mining lamps are available in different sizes and can be used as a handheld light, a floor or table lamp and can be hung from the ceiling as a chandelier.
Every aspect of the lamp including the color, material and shape tell a story about The Netherlands, which is where the inspiration originated. The simple design makes an appropriate decor piece but the mining lamps are also very practical and conveniently transportable.
Decorative Mining Lamps
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