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Kaji lamp | Image courtesy of Peter Yong Ra

Kaji lamp

Feb 01 2013, 8:30 am 0 Marco Russo

The lamp we show today for the Friday column dedicated to lighting design is Kaji (Korean for “branch”), a fascinating piece of design created by Minneapolis based designer Peter Yong Ra. A solution inspired by the idea and the belief that design is influenced and cultivated by nature, a table lamp consisting of a basic structure made ​​of teak wood and steel. A stick that seems to hold up a light bulb at the head of an electric cable, creating a unique minimal sculpture, an light exaltation of the nature and progress with ease and naturalness.

Designer: Peter Yong Ra

Tags: creative design designer furniture lamp light lighting nature wood

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