(PRWEB UK) 9 August 2013
According to an article published on psfk.com on August 5 titled ‘Base Free Lamp Seemingly Floats in Mid-Air’, the new lamp contains a barely visible attachment to the ceiling and no attached source of light. It is these features that make the lamp, designed by Paul Cocksedge Studio for FLOS, appear to suspend in the air.
The lamp, titled ‘Shade,’ is given its light by a LED light fitted into the floor whose light is directed under the paper shade of the lamp.
The designer, Paul Cocksedge, told psfk.com that:
“Shade started as a purely practical problem, how to rid ourselves [of] the clutter usually connected to light fittings. The solution actually turned out quite mysterious, almost dream-like. It utilises both floor and ceiling, but appears unconnected to either.”
Leading light supplier, Lights 4 Living, are always looking for new and interesting designs in the lighting industry, and were interested in the recent news of this design. A representative for the company shared their thoughts:
“This is an interesting design that offers both a practical and an aesthetic solution for home lighting. Many of us feel we do not have enough space in our homes, and this new design creates a lamp which gives light to the user but also minimises clutter in the home. We look forward to seeing if a light such as this becomes a permanent feature in homes across the country.”
Lights 4 Living are a leading lighting company based in Bath that stock a wide and ever-growing range of home lighting. With over thirty-five years in the lighting industry, Lights 4 Living have a great relationship with many lighting manufacturers so can offer unbeatable competitive prices on ceiling lights, picture lights, wall lights and more.