The light bulb has been given a makeover by designer Barend Hemmes and the team at Suck UK to bring it into the 21st century.
It’s a bulb but not as you know it. Made from laser cut wood the Wooden Buld Lamp leaves a crisp burned edge which creates a waffle like glow within the room. The bulb is a versatile light and can be laid on its side, hung from the ceiling or stood upright meaning it can work in many different spaces. Adding a bit of tongue-in-cheek humour to the ‘usual’ lamp, the Wooden Bulb becomes a talking point in any room.
The contemporary light bulb with its unique and one off variations on this design can be produced by the designer in a variety of materials.
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