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Naica Lamp

Naica Lamp is a minimalist design created by England-based designers Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri of something. Reminding a bit on a cavern itself, these lamps are inspired by carbide lanterns from the past, originally used by miners. The light is diffused by reflection, creating a gently faded glow on the inner surface of the ceramics. The cable covered with fabric doubles as a handle to easily move the lamp from one spot to another. The lamp is available either in white or with a red coloured cavity. (1)

Name: Naica Lamp

Designer: Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri

Location: London, England

Naica Lamp is a minimalist design created by England-based designers Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri of something. Reminding a bit on a cavern itself, these lamps are inspired by carbide lanterns from the past, originally used by miners. The light is diffused by reflection, creating a gently faded glow on the inner surface of the ceramics. The cable covered with fabric doubles as a handle to easily move the lamp from one spot to another. The lamp is available either in white or with a red coloured cavity.

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