Lamp conceptions have arguably evolved the most in terms of sheer design innovation, when it comes to the scope of modernistic furnishings. The above pictured ‘Stick Lamp’ collection by Matali Crasset (for Fabbian) is a testament to this righteous design direction. Comprising of a table lamp, a wall lamp, four poles and five suspensions, the lamp line exudes its intrinsic simplicity defined by the elementary wooden clamp-like components. In fact, it is the shapes and size of these vertical wooden components that endow the lighting fixtures with variant geometric patterns. On the visual side of affairs, this deft arrangement creates an ambiance of a warm light in the center of the Stick Lamp that playfully contrasts with the shadows projected within the recesses of the wood sticks. The Stick Lamp was previously showcased at Salone del Mobile 2013, held in the ‘design city’ of Milan.
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