The Bevel Lamp By FILD

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Simplicity, an exploration of texture and form as well as functionality combine in every product created by FILD, a multidisciplinary design studio based in Kiev, Ukraine. The Bevel Lamp is no exception. Much like the studio’s SO8 Lamp, the recently launched pendant light blends two contrasting materials in a minimalist and engaging design that complements modern living spaces.
Understated but eye-catching, the lamp features a simple shape reminiscent of a flashlight. Steel and oiled solid ash wood combine to create a play on textures, finishes and colors. The powder-coated steel comes in white, blue, gray, or black, while the wooden section has natural or chocolate tones, both enhancing its organic lines and grain patterns. The result: an elegant pendant light that blends into any interior but also creates a focal point, especially if installed in a set of three of more lamps. The studio’s latest collection, which includes the elegant Bevel Lamp, was introduced at the 2017 edition of the Stockholm Furniture Fair. Photography by Andrey Bezuglov. Images courtesy of FILD.

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