• Tri Prasetyo Utomo Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain, Institut Seni Indonesia Surakarta
  • Eko Sri Haryanto Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain, Institut Seni Indonesia Surakarta
Keywords: aromatherapy decorative lights, essentials, ultraviolet, wood waste.


The lamp is one of the elements of interior conditioning, aromatherapy decorative lights in addition to being
used as lighting, can also be used to create an interior atmosphere. Aromatherapy decorative lights can be
developed into other functions that can support the activities of human needs in the interior, some of which are
for health and comfort. This artistic research is intended to make lighting products using wood that has not
been utilized to the full. This artistic research is also trying to develop other materials which are still rarely used
optimally, namely ultra violet lamps and essential oils. Essential oils are available in many tropical environments
while this is only used by the community as a medicinal ingredient and cooking spice. This artistic
research activity begins with product discovery until innovation results are obtained in the product design
process. The first stage in this published research is to determine the objects needed then conduct analysis
and synthesis, then carry out the planning process in accordance with the needs of recovery, health and
comfort. This artistic creation is also trying to utilize the pallet wood waste that is commonly found at loading
and unloading locations of freight forwarding which is then combined with sonokeling wood as the main material
of the lamp. The results of this artistic study consist of several designs of Aromatherapy Decorative Lamps
that are used as room lighting elements, decorative elements and as aromatherapy media. The results of this
artistic research are also expected to provide sifting on the material for the MK Interior Design and MK. Interior
Accessories Design in the Interior Design Study Program at the Indonesian Art Institute in Surakarta.