Geometria Light

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A sculptural table lamp that draws inspiration from simple geometric forms.

Minimalist and elegant, the Geometria Light is a beautiful table lamp that can easily brighten not just a desk area, but a room’s entire décor. Designed by Japanese designer Shinya Yoshida, the light references geometric forms with its sculptural design. The column-like base rises tall above the table to give the lamp more height as well as an imposing presence. Spline curved, the shape of the shade connects with the column in a seamless way.

The designer created the Geometria Light in a range of materials that each give a different character to the design. For example, the leather fiber material has a warm, textured look and feel, while the Japanese ash wood refines its rustic features with a dark paint finish. Finally, the marble version elevates the design to a new level of sophistication, complementing the lamp’s sculptural form perfectly.

More than an elegant desk light, this design is also convenient. It features a touch panel at the back that allows the user to adjust the intensity of the light on 8 different levels. The Geometria Light made its debut this year in Milan, Italy during Salone del Mobile 2019. Photographs©: Ryokan Abe.

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