Brazilian Punk Floor Lamps by Studio Loft Kolasinski

Brazilian Punk Floor Lamps by Studio Loft Kolasinski

Project: Brazilian Punk Floor Lamps
Designer: Studio Loft Kolasiński
Material: The base is made of solid oak wood, finished with oil, a handcrafted lampshade is made of high quality, three-layered opal glass. Bulb holder E 27
The size of the small lamp: height 71 cm, width and depth 36 cm
Large lamp size: height 93 cm, width and depth 30 cm
Date: 2020
Photos: Karolina Bąk

The newest project by LOFT Kolasiński is Brazilian Punk floor lamps. They can be distinguished by their simplicity, but a non obvious shape. The base is handmade of oak wood finished with oil. The lampshade used was also handmade with high-quality, three-layered opal glass.

Brazilian Punk Floor Lamps by Studio Loft Kolasinski

Team description:
Studio “Loft Kolasiński” does interior designs for private and public spaces, as well as industrial design.
For our clients we design and produce bespoken high quality, wooden furniture. We specialize in finding and acquiring exceptional furniture, lighting, ceramics, prints and vintage rugs. When we restore furniture, we pay special attention to preserve the original character of the object. We always try to cooperate with specialists in rare fields in order to be able to offer unique and customized interior projects. We have worked on many unusual properties, such as the adaptation of industrial buildings, attics and old house.

Brazilian Punk Floor Lamps by Studio Loft Kolasinski

Brazilian Punk Floor Lamp by Studio Loft Kolasinski

Brazilian Punk Floor Lamp by Studio Loft Kolasinski

Brazilian Punk Floor Lamp by Studio Loft Kolasinski

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