Go Nature: 9 Creative and Cool Wooden Lamp Designs
The trend of wooden pieces is rising and today we will bring you 9 Creative and Cool Wooden Lamp Designs. They are not only beautiful but also 100% eco freindly. Stick around to learn about these cool designer lamps, hope you can find your favorite one.
1. Split Grain: Wooden Lamps and Sculptures [source]
American designer Paul Foeckler offers these lamps and sculptures under the brand Split Grain. “My collection of fine art wood sculptures that explore the hidden beauty of the grain and growth of trees. Each piece deconstructs a form to reveal the unique contours, patterns and characteristics of California Coastal Monterey Cypress and is then supported by either steel or illuminated by light.”
2. Playful Frank Lamp by Pana Objects [source]
Thailand based company Pana Objects has created a functional piece of art that gives the modern consumer something to smile about. The Frank lamp takes the mundane, simple concept of a desk lamp and glorifies it through the universal emblem of happiness, a young puppy. This playful desk-lamp with its clean lines, simplified shapes, and natural materials is sure to bark its way into the homes of many a creative individual looking to lighten up their home or office décor.
3. Cute “Marina’s Bird” Lamps Collection [source]
This cute lamp in the form of bird is a part of avian-themed collection “Marina’s Bird” created by Belarus design studio Fajno. Made of wood and glass such lamps will bring some playful mood to any interior space.
4. Nepa Lamp [source]
This is a two-dimensional lamp silhouette that seamlessly transforms into a fully functioning three-dimensional task lamp. Created utilizing modern computer-controlled technologies coupled with conventional materials, the Nepa Lamp aspires to be the understated centerpiece to any room.
5. DRSL Paparazzi Lamp by Mónoculo Design Studio [unavailable]
Mónoculo Design Studio presents this original lamp which is a replica of a reflex camera lens. Carefully handmade with high quality materials and fine terminations, the lens hood can be reverse mounted or removed. The lamp is made of white cedar wood and has a water-based varnish and beeswax finish on it. Additionally, its design is 100% eco-friendly. On the top it has a ceiling frame with a stainless steel cable and a red wrapped power cord.
6. Lumio: a Modern Portable Book-Shaped Lamp [source]
Lumio is a multi-purpose portable lamp in the shape of hard-bound book designed by Architect Max Gunawan. The light turns on when you open the cover and turns off when it’s closed. You can transform Lumio into multiple shapes for many different functions – as a table lamp, a wall sconce, ceiling pendant, ambient lighting, outdoor lighting or come up with your own unique ways to use Lumio.
6. Babele Lamp [source]
Starting from a classic abat-jour (lampshade) silhouette and playing with it: disassembling it in plain sections, shuffling and putting them back in order, creating and defining light gaps. It’s an ever changing object with an innate anchitectural nature. A simple figure, an idea, a lamp that illuminates and inspires creativity.
7. Kino Lamp [source]
“Kino”is a light product made out a sheet of birch multiplex.
The idea of bending very thin wood sheets, allows complex shapes from a simplified process, folding a 2D shape in a 3D volume allows to spread a warm light through the wood.
It results in an economic purpose as ecological materials and 100% wood.
8. LED1 Tunto [source]
The innovative, award-winning LED1 lamp combines modern technology, wood and simple design language in a creative way. The hidden touch-sensitive switch gives the user a true feel of the material and finishing of this unique product. LED1 is perfect as an eye-catching interior design item or for effectively lighting a work environment – or both.
9. WAF light [source]
WAF light is a table lamp built from two pieces of maple veneer that are simply folded and buttoned together. the upper veneer reflects the light and is adjustable.