Designed by Ross Lovegrove it is similar to a mobile crafted from sleek and shiny metal pieces. The lamps are encased in the sleek aluminum rock-shaped elements that are stylized dew drops suspended in mid-air under an upside down pond lily leaf.
In a nutshell they’re the man-made equivalent of daylight. However warm colored LEDs are also an option if the heat radiated by halogen spots is bothering you – halogen lamps are thermal radiation based.
It can be installed underwater to supply diffused but strong illumination from the depth. This lamp is chargeable and very sturdy. This glamorous outdoor lamp designed in 2002 is a piece of art to be installed in the garden hung over a stylish outdoor living room or most interesting and my favorite option hung in the trees.
While you may think lamps should just sit in a corner a illuminate their surroundings floor lamps that are a sculptural piece of art can make your room. Take a look at this driftwood tree lamp from Arteriors Bodega is a showstopper.
It is best to highlight an entrance with floor lamps or lamps mounted on the outside of the house. Sculptural lamps in elementary shapes are well-suited to hide among the vegetation. They do not draw the attention from a floral arrangement but enhance it.
The textured surface is animated by the diffuse light from the inside. If you love this lamp you can also find its indoor version at Authentics. These lights are great for dark-fearing children so they don’t feel lonely at night. I myself have one. Spared me a lot of angst I daresay.