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Living organisms, emerging from the fingertips of who knows what bizarre creator. And most of all: with a well-defined personality, eccentric, just like their maker. You can see series of table-lamps "Cocoon" created by Spanish artist and designer Nacho Carbonell together with Carpenters Workshop Gallery, at his solo show "Light Mesh" until November 20th.

The exhibition presents a selection of sculptural lamps from his series "Cocoon", created together with the gallery and made with a unique form of plaster that incorporates sand and textile hardener, arranged around a steel frame invented by the designer-artist.

The four objects of the series are made of organically-shaped, semi-transparent cocoons in different shapes. Each piece is kept together by a sand-colored mesh, illuminated from the inside so that the light filters and is diffused with a natural warmth.

All one-off pieces, these four table-lamp hybrids seem to suggest the appearance of expressive beings, fantastic and fascinating creatures.

Photos via carpentersworkshopgallery.com | nachocarbonell.com

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light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

light mesh, nacho carbonell, ltvs, lancia trendvisions