Featuring a 60,000-hour lifespan, this lamp consumes less than seven watts of power. The head tilts 135 degrees front to back and 90 degrees up and down. It offers 19 mounting options, and the base swivels 360 degrees.
Designed in 1987, this cantilevered, polished aluminium piece is fully rotational and is available in four versions, each with an interchangeable support: table base, clamp or desk-fixed.
Features include a side diffuser in transparent polycarbonate, a pivoting stem up to 90 degrees, a head rotation of 180 degrees, and a touch dimmer on the base.
San Francisco–based artist and photographer presents his latest collection of photograms. Each piece is made without a camera by placing objects directly onto the surface of a photographic paper, or some other photo-sensitive material, and then exposing them to light. This process normally means the final image is small--no bigger than the actual object. But Saunders has found a unique way to project the objects allowing for the unusual scale of his works.
"The Secret Life of Plants focuses on the essence of life by exploring the hidden dimensions of the plant world and man's connection to natural and man-made elements," Saunders says. "I strive to capture a moment of indescribable beauty and magic that exists within us."
Multiple magnets control the movement of this brushed-aluminum piece, which offers both direct and indirect illumination.