The Tripod table lamp’s base is gray-painted metal, and the fabric shade comes in mocha or ecru. It requires three 40-watt candelabra base E14 bulbs.
Channel is a minimal take on lighting, a line in space. Working back from the light source, high efficiency LEDs in a linear configuration, the lamp is named after the aluminum channel that houses the bulbs. An etched lens diffuses the light and a vertical wood dowel mounted to a circular metal base complete the simple geometric structure.
This injection-molded thermoplastic standing table or wall-mounting lamp takes four 25-watt E12 bulbs.
- When Senior Editor Aaron Britt was at Design Miami in December, he met the three RISD chaps behind the young industrial design firm Rich Brilliant Willing.
- Back in 2010 we interviewed the three quirky and clever guys behind the young industrial design firm Rich Brilliant Willing.
The rubberized flexible stem allows light to be targeted in any direction. It is fitted with an LED specifically developed by Yamagiwa’s technicians. Because LEDs do not generate heat, the light source can be recessed 20mm into the stem, eliminating glare. The zinc tripod base is inspired by the form of concrete sea defenses.
- Welcome to my third and final installment of highlights from Maison & Objet 2011. You can find the first two here and here.
- Forever replacing bulbs might fast become an act of the past as long-lasting, energy-efficient light-emitting diodes (LEDs) make their way into the marketplace.