11.06.12 by Jeff

Faceture vases and light shades by designer Phil Cuttance

Faceture vases and lightshades by designer Phil Cuttance
“Faceture”, vases and light shades designed by Phil Cuttance. Watch a video of a vase being made below!

Faceture vases and lightshades by designer Phil Cuttance

Faceture vases and lightshades by designer Phil Cuttance

philcuttance.com













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • ben kelly

    i dont know whats cooler, the lights or the amazing trolley hes invented to make them

    • TOASTRANDER

      ya that trolley is dope!

  • The lights are great!

  • These lampshades are out of this world.
    It looked like an illusion of an origami, that’s a thumb’s up! 

  • ellenelizabeth

    Wish I had lamps like this in my office! Maybe someday we will…

    http://www.greatdesign.com

  • jenny chisnell

    I used to be so into anything similarly geometric in paper and textiles but now I’m finding the market so glutted I’m over it





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