“/” Lamp, an object that gives the owner a subjective and personal choice as to whether they want to interact with it, change it or keep it as-is. Inspired by construction sites and industrial facilities, “/” is made of reinforced concrete, cork, and birch plywood and uses an LED.

A Concrete Lamp That Makes You The Designer

Slash Lamp by Dragos Motica, designed to be broken. A stone comes with this concrete lamp by Bucharest designer Dragos Motica so the user can smash the shade to reveal the reinforcing steel mesh. Designed for Romanian furniture brand UBIKUBI.

Slash Lamp by Dragos Motica

Slash Lamp by Dragos Motica, designed to be broken. A stone comes with this concrete lamp by Bucharest designer Dragos Motica so the user can smash the shade to reveal the reinforcing steel mesh. Designed for Romanian furniture brand UBIKUBI.

concrete lamp by ubikubi

Slash Lamp by Dragos Motica, designed to be broken. A stone comes with this concrete lamp by Bucharest designer Dragos Motica so the user can smash the shade to reveal the reinforcing steel mesh. Designed for Romanian furniture brand UBIKUBI.

See more architecture and design movies at dezeen.com/movies  A stone comes with this concrete lamp by Bucharest designer Dragos Motica so the user can smash the shade to reveal the reinforcing steel mesh.  Designed for Romanian furniture brand UBIKUBI, the Slash Lamp comes in a cardboard poster tube with a cork cap that uncovers a small rock when removed.  Unpacking further reveals the lamp itself, which Dragos Motica made from birch plywood, an LED bulb and a reinforced concrete ...

Slash Lamp by Dragos Motica. A stone comes with this concrete lamp by Bucharest designer Dragos Motica - as it is designed to be broken.

“/” Lamp - Ubikubi

Slash Lamp by Dragos Motica. A stone comes with this concrete lamp by Bucharest designer Dragos Motica - as it is designed to be broken.

concrete, cork, steel and a solid rock

Slash Lamp by Dragos Motica, designed to be broken. A stone comes with this concrete lamp by Bucharest designer Dragos Motica so the user can smash the shade to reveal the reinforcing steel mesh. Designed for Romanian furniture brand UBIKUBI.

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