Standard lamp “Vaka” by Ian Bach

Posted on 25th September by admin

Original standard lamp “Vaka” was presented by young London designer Ian Bach recently. The form of the lighting looks like the tree on which branches the lamps are situated. A cross between a tree and a lamp-post with glowing orbs, “Vaka” will be the life or “light” of the party. No matter what mood you are in – chilling out listening to some tunes, romantic evening with your special someone, or a bass thumping party, “Vaka” will be your perfect companion.

The distinctive feature of this model is the possibility to twist off lamps from the basic construction and take them with you or place anywhere you might need more light. The bulbs are made out of silicon, and can be squeezed to turn them off or on or twisted to make the light more dim or brighter. Inside these amusing and practical lamps there are two very bright light-emitting diodes supplying from recharged lition batteries. Outside they are wrapped with the line of recycled felt textile which protects the owner against possible burns while contacting with heated lamp and also supports the pleasant tactile feeling. The frame of the model is made of wood with natural finish owing to which the lighting looks stylish and natural. It took 9 months for the author to realize this project. Creative and practical, amusing and functional the lightings “Vaka” will surely find their place in modern interiors.

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