Yugoslavia Lamp Has Been Designed as A Way of Remembering Yugoslavia


Yugoslavia lamp was inspired by the stylish form of the plant “Hordeum Murinum” or popularly known as the “Popino” pig. “Hordeum Murinum” is an annual plant related to barley. It is widespread throughout much of Europe and from there it has been transferred to North America then continue to the territory of former South and Serbia.

The name is symbolically derived from nostalgic memory of Yugoslavia and its former life, the Hordeum being born from the country in June and last until July of the same year. Each year, the idea of a better life rises from the ashes and sinks with it.

Yugoslavia Lamp by Marko Vuckovic

Yugoslavia Lamp by Marko Vuckovic

Yugoslavia lamp by Marko Vuckovic is a conceptual lamp that will lit up your desk through its gorgeous aluminum unibody. July is the month we celebrate Fighter’s Day, we carry in our hearts the same struggle and desire to win. July is the month when we also celebrate Uprising Day, July 4 has become world history as the day when the people of Yugoslavia were the first in Europe to decide to raise an uprising against fascist occupiers and domestic traitors.

Yugoslavia Lamp by Marko Vuckovic

Yugoslavia Lamp by Marko Vuckovic

Yugoslavia Lamp by Marko Vuckovic

Yugoslavia Lamp by Marko Vuckovic

Tuvie received “Yugoslavia Lamp” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.



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