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Tommaso Guerra’s Lampada Ragno Features Spider-like Legs of Light
Posted By Radhika Sawhney On May 15, 2012 @ 2:49 pm In Art,Green Lighting,Recycled Materials,Sustainable Materials | No Comments
Tommaso Guerra  is an Italian designer, illustrator and street artist all rolled into one. And just like his multi-faceted self, his Lampada Ragno incorporates a network of six lamps connected at one point on the ceiling (“ragno” is the Italian word for “spider”). With pipes made in copper, and a delicate lamp shade in rounded wood riveted with aluminium, this piece is certainly a standout. We especially love the balance it strikes as a great interior lighting product and a work of art.
+ Lampada Ragno 
+ Tommaso Guerra 
Photos via Tommaso Guerra 
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 Tommaso Guerra: http://www.tommasoguerra.com/
 Lampada Ragno : http://www.tommasoguerra.com/og/lampada_ragno.html
 Tommaso Guerra: http://www.ombrellonesolare.it/
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