Today, the Friday column about lighting design has Winnie as protagonist, the series of lamps created by Finland based designer, Nikolo Kerimov
. A small family of lamps characterized by the playful shape, a stylized structure that finds its inspiration from the beehives. A solution made of ceramic characterized by circular holes, which serve as a vent for the warm honey-colored light, and, through the insertion of caps and cork elements, also allow the management of the light intensity, its directionality and a dual use, as a pendant light or as a lighting element to place on any horizontal surface. A simple and funny lighting concept that transforms a mundane and common object, such as a lamp, into something else, that can light up any room and location with positivity and sweetness. The pictures you find in the gallery are made by Lassi Häkkinen.