cmyk lamp shade by soner ozerc

posted by the scholar on March 18th, 2008
filed under: design, lighting

i like this interesting laser cut acrylic cmyk shade from london-based designer soner ozenc. it is both flexible and intelligent, due to its flatpack design and option of mixing and matching any two of the four colors cmyk stands for: cyan, magenta, yellow and black. it comes in single colors or double combinations, and requires self-assembly.

soner_ozenc_cmyk_lampshade

soner_ozenc_cmyk_lampshade_single_colorsoner_ozenc_cmyk_lampshade_yk

i appreciate the minimal amounts of wasted material and space in the manufacture and packaging of these shades and enjoy the idea of changing the color of the shade to suit my mood.

find it right here, and see more intriguing designs on soner’s website.


« previous post next post »


2 Responses to “cmyk lamp shade by soner ozerc”

  1. Both flexible and intelligent | SO::PDS/// Says:

    [...] it right here, and see more intriguing designs on soner’s website.’ Roadside Scholar var a2a_config = a2a_config || {}; a2a_config.linkname=”Both flexible and intelligent”; [...]

  2. Sherry Says:

    Could these be used on a ceiling fan? Looking for 4 orange shades

Leave a Comment

« previous post next post »