Lamps from Everyday Objects by Tommaso Guerra

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Lamps from Everyday Objects by Tommaso Guerra

Graphic designer Tommaso Guerra dabbles in industrial design, finding ways to incorporate found objects and alternative materials in his lighting projects. From exposed copper piping and teapots, to bottles and guitar bodies his projects could be seen as examples of craft and re-use, but they also exemplify creative thinking—seeing new purpose in an already practical object.

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Design, Tommaso, lighting
Design, Tommaso, lighting
Design, Tommaso, lighting
Design, Tommaso, lighting
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Design, Tommaso, lighting
Design, Tommaso, lighting
Design, Tommaso, lighting
Design, Tommaso, lighting

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