Meldown Lamp by Johan Lindstén

Category: Design Published on 19 Dec, 2012 Tags: , , , ,

Trying to make something beautiful from disasters and tragedy, swedish designer Johan Lindstén created Meldown Lamp for italian brand Cappellini, an interpretation of the nuclear accident in Fukushima. The concept and the products are based on an amazing inspirational trip to Japan that unfortunately was delayed for six months after the tragic catastrophe. The disaster is reflected in the lamps where the process already begun and the bulb are about to melt through the last defense of the glass.

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images courtesy of Johan Lindstén


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