Patterns of Light from Sha-Do


Shadows of intricate geometric patterns are cast across the room by the lighting designs of German designer Peter Buning. These lamp screens create ceiling medallions of light. Sha-Do has patterns that range from delicate, lace doilies and traditional quatrefoils to tribal starbursts and concentric mazes.




There is also a series of illuminated canvases that feature both geometric and organic motifs.



Visit the Sha-Do site for more lighting designs and concepts. If you’re interested in purchasing, visit Absolut, the website for Cologne lighting.

2 Responses to “Patterns of Light from Sha-Do”

  1. Jon Says:

    These light shades look really cool, they make me think of those spinning lanterns you put in kids rooms to help them fall asleep except these ones aren’t scary!

    Jon – Create Unique Memories

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