The KOZO series of lamps by the DEMO / design clinic studio out of Tel Aviv uses assorted pipes and plumbing parts to make simple but attractive light fixtures. The most charming detail? The on/off switch stays with the theme — you use the tap handle to toggle the light. A KOZO lamp would look great atop that table made from airplane scrap, don't you think?
From the designers:
With a bit of humor and a certain audacity, KOZO lamps stand as alien lighting figures, telling a new story The KOZO parts come from around the world and each bares the trademarks of its origin country. The materials are left raw and alive, with little authentic rust at the joints and the marks from hand tools that were used in the assembly process
Check out more of the KOZO line in the gallery down below.