I was reading Yatzer Design this morning, and I came across this article about DOS Architects’ building in London – a team of Beiruit-based LD’s came up with this lighting installation project for the offices, which are housed on the second floor of an old office building. From Yatzer’s article on this:
The system consists of a collection of genuine old car headlights of different sizes and shapes, equipped with incandescent lamps, and upgraded with a wall-mounting fixation detail. These are connected to each other with thick red wires and create a network of lights. The network spreads along the full double volume of the staircase in order to cast light onto the whole of the facing wall and the artworks it features.
Look at these images. A creative use of old headlamps, that’s certain!