Designer creation by Miguel Herranz, the Mikado lamp is being named after the Spanish game of pick-up sticks. I think you can relate it to its spiny physical form.
Its vibrant torsion and fury-light feeling is produced by two renovated, embossed timber finish panes warped into a double-8 arrangement, with wood-pieces splaying in the periphery that conveys a leafy, natural excellence. Seemingly frond-like features offer the depth of volume and three-dimensional affluence that transfers with the viewer’s viewpoint.
The lucid surface offers a deserving visibility to the grain of the wood, enlightened by the innermost, iced low-energy bulb. Shatterproof with a polyester end, the elasticity of the timber tiles is obvious in the floating progress and general buoyancy of the masterpiece.
These airy lamps are obtainable in three diverse fashions – a floor and balanced version along with an award-winning mini table lamp. They are available in various shades including cherry, yellow, green and grey. It is retailed at $950-$1,303.