Once again, Gunnar Stansson has sent us images of charming and artistic lamp design, a lamp from designer Lucrecia Moribunda, Il Gigante Poco Da Bologna Lamp.
Description from the designer :
In my latest RE-endeavor, I have raised eight columns of up cycled crystal vases and applied winding gilded leaves to each, eight columns of two totaling sixteen. The embellishments are set atop a myriad of diversely textured floral, from paper, suede, and silk. Supporting these flutes is a pine plinth garnered from wood of broken chest; sporadic gilded blossoms kiss the corners while miniature rosettes smother the feet. A bulb sits in the middle of the structure seemingly confined concealing its glare as the columns serve as a sort of cage, releasing beams of light stringently. At last, the shade is very curious, its bell squared with inverted corners and establishes a superlative correlation with the rest of the piece, its made of silk shantung.
Gunnar Stansson : firstname.lastname@example.org
Check also the other amazing lamps designed by Lucrecia Moribunda.