A lighthouse on the coast of Brittany is the inspiration behind Ionna Vautrin’s delightful ’Binic’ table lamp.
February 8th, 2011
The lamp’s form is based on the wind socks of ships.
Vautrin has incorporated an almost cartoon-like shape which gives it an engaging character, like a compact reading-companion.
Binic is available in 6 colours – white, green, amaranth, orange, petrol, and grey – to suit any personality and any decor.
Binic is available in Australia through Space Furniture.
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