Antek Light by Otoprojekt

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Based in Krakow, the Otoprojekt design studio is focused on industrial and product design, working with various companies, industries and manufacturers to create an array of products. Their completed projects include modular furniture for a hospital, sleek and sophisticated furniture designed for a company’s CEO offices, and heaters with innovative shapes, among others.
“We like to design functional and beautiful objects”, the designers say, and this is evident by looking at their own Antek Light project, named after the craftsman who managed to translate the studio’s ideas into the first lamp prototype.
Handmade from ash wood, the lamps blend modern minimalism with traditional manufacturing methods in a stylish design. The unique character of these lamps brings a homey atmosphere into modern homes, and they are designed to suit a wide range of interiors, from simple Scandinavian to eclectic. Each lamp is different and reveals unique patterns in the ash wood, letting the organic beauty of the natural material shine through.

 

 

 

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