These are lamps designed by Andrius Sta, Studio Toon Welling and Jonathan Kraayeveld, a simple looking lamp in polyhedron shapes called Temporaries. The shells are made of wood veneer with gaps that allows warm light to come out of it. More description by the designers:

We could tell you about Greek philosophy, mathematical symmetry, or these objects’ ‘inner truth’ when we show you these lamps, but for us the most important matter is that polyhedrons are just fascinating shapes to study.

With the Temporaries we’ve transformed a few of these into compelling light objects with an air of fragility. Their shells are made from wood veneer, distilling light into a warm glow and revealing its organic patterns from within.

Using the latest technology helps us to create extremely precise parts and enables us to transform these polyhedrons into designs available in a variety of sizes, complementing different interior spaces and brightening each in their own geometrically satisfying way.

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