Binic lamp

February 8, 2011

Designed for Foscarini, Ionna Vautrin’s Binic table lamp is inspired by the lighthouse of a coastal town in Brittany.

Designed by Ionna Vautrin for Foscarini, the Binic table lamp takes its name from the lighthouse in a coastal town in Brittany, France. Drawing on the seafaring traditions of the town, Binic’s form is inspired by the shape of the wind socks found on ships.

The small yet fun lamp features an oversized, rounded volume sitting on top of a conical base. The design is available in six colours: white, green, amaranth, orange, petrol and grey. The playful design was recently named ‘best table lamp of 2010′ by _Wallpaper_ magazine.

This compact and bright range of lights is now available in Australia through Space Furniture.

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