Designer Aaron Scott crafts his designs with a sense of mathematical rigour working in that undefined space between art and design. Scott is influenced by the intricacies found in nature and a lifelong passion for mathematics.
Here’s a slightly different spin on the idea mentioned above! Don’t have glass cabinets? Put the salt lamps on top of the cabinet structure and watch how the subtle lighting makes your entire kitchen glow in yellow light!
Unlike most of other lights a salt lamp will have a strong decorative value even when it’s turned off. Its pink look has the ability to impress both in dim rooms and in rooms immersed in bright natural light! Place it next to a big window to see it shine in daylight!
Then there are metallic minimal pendants bringing subtle textural contrast plenty of brightness even while disappearing into the backdrop during daytime! When it comes to minimal pendants it is all about finding that precise balance between ergonomics aesthetics and trendy panache without seeming too sterile.
Wood is a wonderfully warm material diffusing light with a soft and welcoming glow. With its unfussy form the Teelo 8020 is a simple elegant lamp from Finnish lighting brand Secto Design. Handmade by skilled craftsmen in Finland Teelo is constructed using PEFC-certified form-pressed birch or walnut veneer.
His N-series pendants employ ‘rotational symmetry’ in their design and execution. The wood pendants are made using a stacked-lamination process and then sculpted by hand. The interiors of the N-Au pendants are wrapped in gold leaf diffusing a warm glow.