I’m Sure Doug Bradley Would Enjoy Such Decore

Perfect for cocktail party atmosphere or your late-night horror-movie versions of Mario cosplay, the possibilities are endless for Cube Lamp, aka Lámpara Cubo. The designer of this box of wonders is Ricardo Garza Marcos, a man of good taste and real minimalistic design sense.

Ricardo Garza Marcos, designer of the Cube Lamp, explains: “Lámpara Cubo gives an amazing intricate geometric pattern of Light creating the sensation of depth. The light patterns can be changed depending on the array the user chooses to just by de-centralizing the light bulb inside. Available in all kinds of wood finishes and color as well as aluminum composite or alucobond.”

I’d like 9 please, all white, placed in threes along each of the three walls of my living room. They will match my radical Billy May [Torn Lighting] setup. Or perhaps some terrifying puzzle-box configuration in etched gold on solid black would be more appropriate?

Designer: Ricardo Garza Marcos


  • Kenny says:

    Realy Cool

  • Carl says:

    id like to know the wattage. this looks very intense light, not your average 60w and defo not an energy saving lamp. Looks more like a 150w cd-mt

    With that i am very worried about the heat, especially as its a black box.

    once its fitted to the wall how is the lamp ‘de-centralised’?

  • What a fantastic atmosphere.

  • What a fantastic atmosphere.

  • Amazing! I directed people to this on my own blog and gave you credit!

  • Andrea Meini says:

    Revisiting an issue already proposed by several companies of light that is projected in the search for a product related to the lighting of the lamp decoration. Geometrical effects of light covering the role of actors in relation to the shape of the object. Interesting to use the contract, some doubts about its installation inside design because of the bright little relevance.

    by Andrea Meini

  • george says:

    where can someone find those?????????

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