I can picture the TOTO Twins Lamps looking appropriate in one of two interior atmospheres. They would fit uniquely in a starkly minimal living room that showcases these odd objects as the only decorative flair, or alternatively within the space age home of the future, which is likely fixed somewhere along Earth's orbit.
It's unlikely that you will have seen anything like these Andrej Cverha light fixtures anywhere on the planet. They have the peculiar appearance of modern sculptures made of mismatched found objects. Pedestals of clustered metal rods are tightly wound with bright yellow electrical cords. Burnished saucer-like projections on the top of each embody extraordinary organic shapes and sit asymmetrically like small satellite dishes. To top them off, LED lights give the TOTO Twins Lamps the brilliant ability to beam.
The TOTO Twins Lamps Have a Space-Age Idiosyncrasy
Amelia Roblin — December 10, 2011 — Art & Design