Naica Ceramic Lamp by Something for Ligne Roset

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Designed by London and Verona-based studio Something, the Naica Lamp was inspired by hand-held carbide lamps used by miners in the early twentieth-century. The deep cavity in the gently curved shape of the shade softens the light and emits a gently glow. A fabric-covered cable loops up through the top of the lamp to form a handle, further alluding to the mining theme. The name Naica references a working mine located in Mexico. The product is available in white with either a red or white cavity.

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via dezeen

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