Woodtable and Woodfloor – The Two Matching Artistic Dynamic Lamps Design by Fernando and Humberto Campana
Functional lighting, as the very name suggests, is used to get tasks accomplished in the room. Apart from that, it is aimed at helping you find things in cabinets and drawers as well move around the room safely. Amongst the common room functional lighting fixtures are fluorescents, recessed lights, and low voltage lighting. Decorative lighting fixtures are, more often than not, meant for ornamental purpose, to impart a specific look to your living room or emphasize specific areas. For instance, you can use it to highlight the family eating area. In hardly a few cases can such lighting help you accomplish the living room tasks, say when it is used to highlight as well as provide light over an island. Of all the three, recessed lights can be used for task lighting purposes as well.
Woodtable and Woodfloor are two matching lamps designed by Fernando and Humberto Campana. They both have similar features and share similar design but are different in size. They are made of solid teak over stainless steel structures. Lampshades can be adjusted in 2 positions. All wiring is hidden by a PMMA tube, making it suitable for outdoor use also. These creative lamps definitely have scenic approach. They give off an interesting type of light, with geometric beams projected on to the floor, wall and ceiling, giving ‘the impression of a forest,’ something like sun peaking through trees. [via]