The Book Light

STUDIO MS has presented their 'Book Light' at ICFF.

The lamp is inspired by traditional bookbinding. They combined two elements that a book and a light with pleats. According to how you open the book, it adjusts the amount of light.

The Book Light, 2009 - UV stable pvc / cotton for bookbinding

Their love for discovering the small things in people's daily lives inspires them and generates the ideas for their designs.



Mi-Seung Kim and Myung-seo Kang from STUDIO MS are graduates from Central Saint Martins, London, one in BAs Fashion Print and the other one in Product Design.

tags: fabric, lighting, new products
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Kibodhi's Gravatar Kibodhi, on September 29:

Nice to see that there are similar idea's around the globe.

Check out my Book of Light , I started at the end of 2007 the first lights.

Greetings and nice website too :-)

Best Design Regards,

L. Cornelisse

Desi Andrews, on March 28:
"It's interesting how we can look at nature to come up with ideas for great technological advancement..."

Krish, on March 25:
"Yes, agree with Mr. Wright"

SDR, on March 12:
"Only now, 75 years after Mr Wright proposed the Broadacres (literal) model of the future, can we ser..."

Jade, on March 10:
"Yes. I am beyond being in agreement with Mr. Wright--this is the future, dismantling suburbs for sel..."

Them Le, on March 1:
"Amazing product for customer"

Natacha Watson, on January 20:
"I personaly prefer gold vases :p"

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