Presented at the Milan Furniture Fair 2012 the was inspired by a household object that had pretty much nothing to do with lighting. It is an imaginative and improvised take on a washbasin design and while its form might be easily recognizable the technology used in crafting Stewie is truly revolutionary.
For a similar look in a fiery hue check out the Fluoro Light by Tom Dixon. This light is “inspired by the high visibility clothing worn in industrious factory environments” and we’re crazy about its vibrant color. In fact the piece consists of blow-molded polycarbonate that is externally lacquered in a vibrant shade of fluorescent orange. Hang it alone or in a group as shown below:
You can also consider LED lamps especially for those light installations which have a marginal purpose and are not meant for tasks requiring concentration or for desk work. However make sure to choose warm color LEDs instead of cold or neutral.
Supposedly inspired by the chimneys in Gaudi’s house project the lamp with its tiny honeycombs pattern seems to have a rather Asian ouch. Be it in a child or teenager room it is a strong and decorative presence gender neutral but with style and history.