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Tourtiere Lamp By Joris Laarman For Permanue

In a world full of clothes and mentality, a young and dynamic bunch will hide their envy from others until they get to be like “tourtiere…”. This playful lamp serves as a classic example of kitschy childhood lamp and has instead served as a modern one in many ways. As you might have guessed, this lamp was launched by Joris Laarman of French design company Joris Laarman, and their vision was to create a childlike vision of contemporary design. The result was this beautiful and playful lamp. It’s like a blueprint that would impress any child who would seek to master neat and functional lighting fixtures.

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The innovative lamp is built using the rotational faced component of a single-mm maple. The rotary light source rotations through the maple are joined to the LED components, enabling the designers to create a complex lamp with a tiled conch structure. The lamp has three elements, one of which is the LED spot-on bulb. It also has a built-in base which mounts on the ceiling above the lamp and creates a cozy, intimate atmosphere for its user. The shade is made of ivory and features a soft glow that makes it highly versatile and appropriate for both girls and the old, in particular, since it was designed for teenage rooms.

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