The Blow Table Lamp is lamp designed by Studio Italia Design that features a low-voltage lamp encased in an outer, clear-crystal globe.
Lamp direction is controlled by a matching decorative magnet located on the outside of the clear globe. Place it almost anywhere on the globe and the inside lamp will follow. The Blow Table Lamp is a studio quality work of art that is fun to maneuver.
This thing looks so good but also seems so impractical. How are you supposed to change the bulb? I'm assuming the case comes off but that sort of defeats the whole purpose. You could just stick a glass case around a regular lamp. And at $1,200 the whole point of this thing is to not be a regular lamp. Well, that and to bankrupt you.
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The Lightspeaker Lamp was designed by LYX Furniture and Light to look like a floor speaker.
The "bass & treble reflectors" in the polished white acrylic box are really light reflectors with mirror topped bulbs. And the volume control is really a dimmer.
It's a neat concept, ... / Continue →
The Sliding House is an all glass house built by Ross Russell and his wife in Suffolk, England. Its exterior walls and roof are all one piece that can be rolled off of the glass shell via a system of wheels and motors, exposing the entire house to sunlight. I want one. And n... / Continue →
Lamp Globes is a blob of lights designed by Veronica Eklund and inspired by biological shapes of nature like the molecule. She describes it as:
An experiment between artglass and utility goods, where the vital shape of the globe is changing with the environment in which it is... / Continue →