Israeli designer Haim Evgi, created a new TZAP series of lighting fixtures with minimalist design, that combine old carpenters technique with simple modern design.
The new lamps designed by Haim Evgi, come in several versions which can be used in a variety of locations around the home, on a table, on the floor or against the wall.
The lamps are made of solid oak and complex arms whose number varies, depends on the lighting body.
The arms are interconnected into a second connection using ” Tzap “, a technique carpenters use for hidden attachments in their works. Decorative screws fasteners all arms, a fabric cord passes through each arm, while the head of the lamp is made of powdered colored aluminum.
The minimal design of the lamps and their flexible attachments are used to enable change to the shape of the lamp and direct the light to every space in the room.