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(Pic) Luminaire LED Lamp

(Pic) Luminaire LED Lamp
Design & Architecture

Justyna Piotrowicz uses biomorphic design to create a unique sculptural lighting element.

Lisa Baldini
  • 30 september 2010

Proving that LED design is quickly becoming more and more sophisticated, Justyna Piotrowicz‘s low energy lights marry traditional Scandinavian biomorphic design with an attention to detail; here, natural leather straps add depth and definition to the lamp’s shape:

Luminaire is a family of lamps made from hand blown glass whose organic shapes are highlighted by natural leather. A glowing sequence of dots, created by low energy LED lights provides a soft and relaxing light that makes the lamps come alive.

Justyn Piotrowicz’s work was on display as part of the Danish Design Center’s SHOWHOW in the London Design Festival.

Justyna Piotrowicz

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