Wooden lighting designer John Procario has added updates to his 'Freeform 1' collection with three more consecutive lines. The new lights have different shapes and experiment with inlaying the LED lights facing outwards instead of only lining the inside curves.
Still made with just a single piece of bent wood, the wooden lighting is executed in the same freeform manner using white oak or ash. Visually intriguing, the lamps look like they are a different shape when viewed from different sides. Many of them also have a reversible design, able to flip upside down.
The stripped wooden luminaries can stand on top of a table, suspended from the ceiling or effortlessly laid on the ground. The elegant lighting also comes with a wooden switch to maintain consistency in its look.
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