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

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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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