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Studio Cheha’s bulbing lamp etches acrylic to create 3D appearance

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Studio Cheha’s bulbing lamp etches acrylic to create 3D appearance

Studio cheha begins its design process from the basis of re-imagining everyday objects. by deviating from accepted norms to create completely new items, they do away with stodgy traditional design elements. the most recent result of this novel approach is the ‘bulging 2D and 3D lamps’.

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‘classi’ edition gives the impression of being viewed from behind

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Detail of ‘classi’ shows how the impression of depth is accomplished via a thin medium

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A view of the ‘deski’ version presents a strong linearity

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A profile view of the lamp reveals how thin the acrylic truly is.

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Available for pre-order on kickstarter they come in three variations: ZIGGi, DESKi, and CLASSi. each edition creates a bigger and brighter optical illusion than the original members of the ‘bulbing’ series of lamps. the 3D appearance is achieved via detailed etching of the 2D acrylic.

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From Designboom

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