Stripped Lamp by Floris Wubben
by Harry / September 26, 2012
Floris Wubben's Stripped lamp employs tree bark in an usual way to create a lampshade.


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Says Wubben, "With the Stripped design a piece of nature is transformed into a standing lamp, by a minimum number of modifications. It is an honest product, in which the natural form of the tree branch has been kept as much as possible."

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"Stripped is made out of one branch only, which is split into three parts beneath. As a result, the legs of a standing lamp are made. The bark is almost entirely pealed from the branch and with a rotating movement formed into a lamp-shade."

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"Each part of the tree branch obtains a new function, without losing its natural and exceptional appearance. The original form of the branch will determinate the final form of the lamp. Therefore, every lamp is a unique piece of design."

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