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May 7, 2013
Hailing from a small country with a small industry, Israeli industrial designer Asaf Weinbroom is bringing some warmth and experimentalism to his one-of-a-kind lighting designs. Produced using a handmade process—the lathe machine—Weinbroom exclusively works with wood while incorporating complementary materials such as copper, glass, and Corian. All pieces are adjustable and emphasize handmade craftsmanship.
Braa J Light by Asaf Weinbroom
Braa J Light, maple and brass tubes. Photo by: Gilad Langer
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Giraf Floor Lamp by Asaf Weinbroom
Giraf Floor Lamp, red oak. Photo by: Dan Peretz
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Gardom wall lamp by Asaf Weinbroom
Gardom Wall Lamp, ash wood. Photo by: Gilad Langer
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Sleeping Lamp by Asaf Weinbroom
Sleeping Lamp, 2013, white oak and black aluminum. Photo by: Gilad Langer
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Big One Lamp by Asaf Weinbroom
Big One Lamp, 2013, white oak and black anodized aluminum. Photo by: Gilad Langer
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Braa J Light by Asaf Weinbroom
Braa J Light, maple and brass tubes. Photo by: Gilad Langer

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