Under our skin

Under our skin

An extraordinary exhibition awaits you until November 6, 2010 at the Next Level Gallery, in Paris. "Under my Skin", by architect and designer Bina Baitel, astonished its viewers with a series of mutant lamps and a new, original technique of light diffusion. Our favorite: a lamp that becomes carpet (Snug lamp) and another one that can provide you free space for your home (table lamp Pad);

the raw material designer used is a special leather, just like a "skin" which looks like a leather outside the lamp, as I told you before, but becomes light in the inner part.

Bina Baitel, Under my skin, snug lampBina Baitel, Under my skin, snug lamp

That actually happens because the luminous skin is composed of fiber frames connected to LEDs through a layer of translucent silicone lamp. This technique, the diffusion of light through pinholes fiber optics in silicon is mixed with the traditional know-how and the result is wow! Photographs belong to: Kleinefenn and Marie Flores (lamp Pull-Over), Next Level Gallery.

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