Planet Lamps by Seed Design

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Lighting can be usually divided in two distinct groups: objects made to serve only a utilitarian purpose and designs that create focal points effortlessly. It takes a glance to realize the Planet table and floor lamp are part of the latter type of lighting. Made by Seed Design, the lamps illustrate the company’s passion for elegant simplicity. An innovative construction and plenty of creativity combine with expert craftsmanship and years of development in a polished final product that looks striking both from afar and from up close. The copper gears can be moved using a small rotating handle to adjust the angle of the light in multiple directions. This interactive feature provides a touch of playfulness at the work table or in a living room, but it is cleverly balanced by the sophisticated design and refined appearance of the lamps. A dimmer allows the user to adjust the light to suit various needs, while the lightly colored glass creates a relaxing and warm atmosphere in any living space. Timeless, simple, elegant, and convenient, Planet proves that unique lighting design can completely transform a room. Buy here

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