Brutalist Style Lamp Art Design
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I've been very interested in the Brutalist design style lately.Mostly, it's a mid 20th century architectural style that incorporates utilitarian materials such as concrete with limited adornment.Brutalism is also seen in some furniture design.
For this Art & Design project, I wanted to explore some of the Brutalist concepts and incorporate them into a useful, but artistic piece: This lamp features a harsh, square concrete slab as a base with no color or decorative elements added.
The neck is made of a single oak board, bent into an arc.All the hardware and electrical components are exposed.I've included an antique-style bulb with no shade.Just harsh light.MAKING THE LAMP This project was a bit unusual in that I had to work ahead a couple days to deal with the wood bending and the concrete setting.
I started by cutting 1/4″ (6mm) strips of lumber.To do this, I hot-glued a board to a simple sled and ran it through my table saw.This keeps the board stable and upright and keeps my fingers safe.I set them in water to soak for a few hours.
I'm not sure what the optimum soak time is, but this seemed to work.I think it would vary depending on...