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The Stringa is Made with a Minimalistic Materials That Pack Big Style

 - Jan 20, 2014
References: behance.net & design-milk
This Stringa is a simple yet warm set of string lamps that were designed by Sebastiano Tonelli. He uses a thin layer of birch wood to eliminate the overall bulkiness. In this design, he also creates folds, a node and one simple string to craft its structure. The red string used to wrap around the lamp makes a neat complement to its simple and effective use.

This lamp actually transforms what was once a two-dimensional sheet into a three-dimensional one to craft a dynamic exterior. The sculptured wooden folds that discretely tuck into each other make an interesting appeal to its linear surrounding. These string lamps would make a great addition to modern home decor for bedrooms or living rooms as a pleasant lighting fixture.