Shelflamp Series by William Raffredi

Milan designer William Raffredi has created shelflamp series including bookshelf.
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description from William Raffredi:

The lamps, made from a plank of pine wood and municipal electric cable, are designed to create a support base halfway between the floor and the table in order to serve different purposes, such as In a situation of domestic small jobs where you need to see clearly. The base of support for items in all three versions of a lamp, a large and interpreted at will by the user who has carte blanche on how to make the space better.The project is a test of a constructively simple, low-coast, with cheap materials, easy to find given the crisis that now makes me miss budjet for my work, and many others the budjet for furniture.

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shelflamp series

from abitare:

William Raffredi, a young designer from Milan, works with cheap but hight quality materials to realize a handmade and low cost production.His lamps are also interior design elements, utilizable as shelf or bookcase.These lamps are a good example of how a simple elements combination – such as electric cable and wooden boards – can make a useful and interesting object.

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