Ware Lamp by MSDS Studio

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Design is craftsmanship made material. For Toronto-based MSDS Studio, the Ware Lamp explores this intersection through their innovative approach to form and space. A one-piece slipcase pottery lamp, it probes the “formal placidity” of stoneware. The minimalist design casts light from it’s curved reflective interior, creating a sense of depth and dimension.
In addition to lighting, MSDS’s work extends to interior and furniture design. Their multi-disciplinarian approach to aesthetics interfaces space with objects, creating a fusion of building and the forms within.
Through adhering to their “abiding principles of good design and the inheritance of craftsmanship,” the Ware Lamp from MSBS illuminates the cross-junction of idea and innovation.

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Cory

Cory is passionate about design and creativity and how they can expand our understanding of ourselves. He has lived from San Francisco to Japan but found his way, some would say inevitably, to New York City. His writing has appeared in a wide range of publications, but is thrilled to mark his blogging debut here at Gessato.

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