Fisherman Lamp by Mattias Ståhlbom
Inspired by glass fishing floats these Fisherman Lamps designed by Mattias Ståhlbom of TAF. The round pendant and floor lamps are covered with colorful nets to imitate glass fishing floats used by fishermen to keep their nets afloat.
Like fishermen’s glass floats, the lamp has also transferred to contemporary materials. And as a useful fishing tool has transformed into a romanticized, nigh-kitsch item used in fish restaurants, it is also time to move lamps into a new positive context. When placed indoors, with increased size and a new function as a lamp, we still recognize it, but look at it in a new way.
Since the rope-making handcraft has become rarity the designers used services of a small Swedish company that makes ropes and fishing nets. All the nets were hand crafted, which makes Fisherman Lamp recognizable as the inspiration that lies behind them.
The lamps come in pendant and floor versions and various colors including beige, white, orange and turquoise. The Fisherman Lamps look attractive and cool. They can be used in modern interiors as well as in some traditional ones. These are also great for completing an ocean themed interior.
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