delightful japanese flower floor light

posted by the scholar on August 14th, 2007
filed under: design, home accessories

i have a slightly dead spot to the side of my living room fireplace that’s very narrow. i think a trio of these floor flowers would cheer it up pretty well. they come from design ship tora from japan, which was created by a bunch of students and alumni over at the fukuoka design school. the switch to turn it on is the dot on the top.

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i think the sculptural quality would be a pleasant addition to a room in the daytime, if there were no unsightly cords… they sort of look like modern bowling pins to me.

it doesn’t look like these are in production, but if anyone has a tip about them please let me know!

via designspotter


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3 Responses to “delightful japanese flower floor light”

  1. GeekAlerts Says:

    Simply beautiful, I’d love to have one of those at home.

  2. the scholar Says:

    me too — i am hoping they put these into production. it’s a great way to light up a corner!

    thanks for your comment!

  3. GeekAlerts Says:

    Mm, same here. It’s such a shame that you so often run across ulta cool concepts and then never see them in production.

    Let’s hope for this one!

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