Spoon Lamp by Clive Roddy

After finding inspiration in the giant pinecones at Yosemite National Park, British designer Clive Roddy dreamed up this futuristic-looking light fixture made of spoons!

The lamp was created with 115 stainless steel dessert spoons atop a solid oak pedestal.

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Despite having a lamp shade made of steel, the natural curves of the spoons allow light to filter through the spaces and scatter patterns and shadows on their surroundings. I love the intriguing effect they give!

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To view more of his work, visit Clive Roddy's website.

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(Images: Clive Roddy)

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