Ka Lamp Collection by Daniel García & María José Vargas for Woodendot

Category: Design Published on 06 Dec, 2012
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The Ka Lamp Collection designed by the Woodendot Madrid-based design studio (founded by Daniel García & Maria Jose Vargas) is born from a previous prototype of a floor lamp called by the same name, which has grown to become in a new collection with three types of lamps; XL, M and S, which has different typologies; ambient, reading and table lamp. These lamps are made from natural materials with a special careful attention to details, and stand out for the use of leather, its sleek lines and metal lampshade.

Furthermore, XL and M have two different versions. Essential is the minimal version and Functional provides a leather natural shelf and a touch of color on its legs. Black and white are the finishes for both versions. + woodendot.com

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images courtesy of Woodendot

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