This lamp is part of an interior Design work for a retail furniture shop in Saigon, who required some accent lighting to match the unique style of the place.
The owner of the shop being himself a DJ in his spare time, I played with old records to create an eye catching, one-of-a-kind object, which primary function is to bring light and the second, to make a link between music and space.
Made out of laser cut parts and second-hand records found in the gigantic Chatuchak market in Bangkok, this lamp is ideal for big spaces, and can be used as a floor lamp or a pendant.
Its name LP refers to the records themselves, but is also the first and the last letter of the object itself: LamP.

Although my initials are DJ, I don’t spin the records myself, but I have my own way to bring the old tunes into light again!