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The 'Pumpal' Lamp is Created After the Aesthetic of a Spinning Top Toy

 - Dec 27, 2015
References: ewancashman & contemporist
The 'Pumpal' Lamp is an innovatively playful lighting solution that takes on the aesthetic of a spinning top toy to the delight of users and onlookers alike. Created by British designer Ewan Cashman who is based out of Berlin, Germany, the 'Pumpal' Lamp features a recycled concrete base that is designed with a cone-like inspiration to make the illuminator uneven and playful. Featuring a series of LEDs that are embedded throughout the "handle," the 'Pumpal' Lamp inspires a lighthearted approach to interior design.

Speaking on the design inspiration behind the 'Pumpal' Lamp, Cashman explains that it was, "Inspired by the wooden childhood toys my Mother used to make. LED lights are concealed inside the rotating wooden ‘handle’ which is set into a recycled concrete base."