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Perforated Lampshades Let People Create Custom Patterns [Pics]

Perforated Lampshades Let People Create Custom Patterns [Pics]
Design & Architecture

The Take-Off Light lets owners create their own design by punching out paper shapes.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 18 march 2014

Designed by Munich, Germany-based company Fifti-Fifti, the Take-Off Light comes with a lampshade made out of laser-perforated paper that lets owners create their own light patterns and designs.

The lampshade is made out of two sheets of perforated paper. Users can poke or punch out tiny triangles or circles to create a custom pattern.

The simple design and concept of the lamp allows users to tap into their own creativity to create various light patterns and structures for their home or office.

View images of the Take-Off Light below.

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Fifti-Fifti
Source: DesignTAXI, The Design Ark

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