Canadian architecture student M. Parsons has brought to life Silhouette, a stunning and environmentally friendly lamp fixture designed to present in a whole new form.
The objective was to create a lamp that can adapt from wall, ceiling, floor or task lighting, while being manufactured to be as inexpensive & environmentally friendly as possible. The name Silhouette sprung from a literal nod at the traditional form of the incandescent light bulb whose basic design and form had remained unchanged for over 100 years.
The Silhouette Lamp is a response to presenting lighting in an entirely different medium.
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