Lamps with Peculiar House Shapes by Lauren Daley, an architect from the San Francisco Bay Area, is the creator of these mini projects, lamps in the shape of a little house. Here we show you these models of these handmade architecture-inspired luminaires.
Each lamp is lovingly crafted using a combination of high-tech CNC and laser cutting machines, plus traditional woodworking skills. All lamp components are finished by hand, including bases, wiring and model. This creates an elegant and precise lamp with lots of handmade charm, with a solid wood base or a natural finish plywood base.
The lamps have a standard bulb with shade for tasks at your desk, bedside reading, and everyday use. The houses are illuminated with an LED bulb and are more decorative, acting as a perfect night light.
Lamp with an Ecological Style:
With laser-etched photovoltaic panels that tilt toward the sun, shuttered windows, and exposed beams, this home evokes a simple, environmentally friendly lifestyle.
Front Porch Lamp:
With a cozy porch, a warm aura and picturesque windows, this is a cozy home.
Lamp with a Modern Style:
In the office or at home, this lamp shines. Elegant with character, clean and contemporary.
Each house lamp measures approximately 18″ tall, 14″ long, and 7-1/4″ wide. Sizes of each model home vary by design style, averaging 5-1/2″ high, 8-1/2″ long, and 5-1/2″ wide. Shades measure 9″ in diameter. Because the lamps are handmade, slight dimensional variations occur.
Video about the Project