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Shanty Lamp by Paul Loebach for Areaware

Paul Loebach has designed a simple geometric table lamp made from pine for New York-based brand Areaware.

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Called Shanty, the lamp’s simple pine construction is reminiscent of campfire kindling or woodland cabin architecture.

Three supporting pieces of wood are arranged diagonally around the stem of the lamp, providing both stability and decoration. A triangular pine shade diffuses the light both upwards and downwards creating an inviting warm glow.

The Shanty lamp is finished with a braided, cloth covered cord and uses a 5 watt bulb.

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About the Designer: Paul Loebach was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio amid the industrial landscape of the Midwestern US, where he left to attend the Rhode Island School of Design. After graduating, Paul established a design studio in New York City where he currently works as a consultant, specializing in wood furniture and emerging mass manufacturing technologies.

Posted January 7th, 2013 by Editor

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