Denim has versatility in its nature. Usually we are aware of its use in clothing and this started in mid-nineteenth century when it was used by California coal miners as their work wear because of its rough and tough nature. At that time no one would have imagined that denim could be used for making decorative lamps too. In the magical city of Istanbul there is a denim showroom located in the traditional Ottoman building that is designed by New Zealand architect Christopher Hall.
The most attractive feature of the showroom is its lighting created by Beirut, Lebanon-based, PSLAB. This is a firm of 40 designers, architect and craftsmen who are constantly busy in researching, designing and producing custom lighting. Their clients are in Europe and Middle East. These lights are unique in design and are custom featured. They are positioned on two parallel lines and are given long adjusting arms so that you can direct the light in any direction or inclination you want.