Eco-Light Brainstorm By Alexandra Kennedy (Materials (Concrete,…
By Alexandra Kennedy
LED Strip Lights
Aluminium Ticket Strip
Warm light to compliment the warm undertones from the wood.
Bright enough to project onto a desk-like surface and provide enough light to work in a functional and useful way.
Lamp head is not to close to the surface it is projecting the light onto, does not obstruct your view of the surface in any way.
LED Lights are long lasting and energy effective.
Recycled wood scraps and cut-offs are resourceful and Eco-friendly.
Aluminium is one of the most sustainable materials in the world, and is recyclable.
Heavy wood or concrete for the base to enhance the stability.
Lighter wood on the top and neck of the lamp, to keep it from tipping over.
The light is not too heavy or big when carrying it by hand.
Minimalistic / industrial, concrete base, clean cut shapes and angles.
Rustic, wood with bark, warm light, no aluminium.
Smooth Sleek, curved aluminium, rounded wood.
Darker wood allows cords/cables be easily hidden.
Wax/Oil to create a darker and glossier finish.
Strong and durable wood, dent-proof, sun-proof etc.
Sand down to avoid any splinters or roughness.
Hot Wire Foam Cutter
Belt and Disk Sander
The light is able to be easily turned on and off via an easily accsesable switch.
The light is bright and projects a wide spectrum of light onto a surface.
The light is durable to all temperatures, weather conditions and to mild damage.
The desk lamp looks nice and appeals to my, and other peoples likings.
Has an overall theme/style, e.g industrial, minimalistic, rustic etc.
The desk lamp is what you would expect to find in a regular furniture/homeware store.
The light fits in with its surroundings, does not look out of place or ill proportioned.
The light does not take up too much space on the desk.
The size of the lamp is similar to most existing designs.