“Bulbing” lamps from Tel Aviv’s Studio Cheha are LED lamps with the illusion of three dimensions. The wireframe acrylic etched tabletop lamps are actually flat.
Bulbing Lamps from Studio Cheha
The Bulbing Lamps from Studio Cheha are designed to be “changeable”, one can just lift out the 2D shape from the wooden base and replace it with a new design. Having surpassed their financing goal on Kickstarter, the studio presently offers the eight following shapes of lamps.
Made from an acrylic glass sheet, which is known for its incredible light transmitting properties (more than glass and plastic!). The base, is made from high-quality plywood birch.
The light is LED, which has a lifespan of 50,000 hours, emitting a warm glow, and won’t get hot. By combining machine work with hand-crafting, the wooden base is cut using a CNC machine, which is then finished by hand: sanding the wood and applying a varnish.
All circuitry is wired, adhering to the highest electric standards. Upon placing the acrylic glass design in the lamp’s base (where the LED is positioned), the light breaks through the etched surface.
Check them out on Kickstarter here