Meet the Snap Lamp, your new best friend. Or at least, your apartment’s new best friend. The Snap Lamp is a bright, cheery light that conveniently clips to the edge of any desk, shelf, or cabinet that ranges from 8-40mm thick. It’s adjustable clip feature makes it perfect for accommodating a range of living spaces, like when you’re working at a desk, or just adding extra light to darker rooms. Additionally, the rotating shade, LED integration, and light dimmer, make the lamp a must for any living space. The lamp was designed by Marie Hesseldahl, a Danish designer who aims to design “products that help shape a better, funnier, cooler, more beautiful lifestyle”. She has accomplished this and more with the flexible, fun lighting design of the Snap Lamp. Photography by Benjamin Lund

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Elizabeth

Elizabeth is currently studying Industrial Design at the Rhode Island School of Design. She is interested in the interaction between people and their environment, and how these relationships change through a personal interaction with design. Her work concentrates in fashion and home accessories with a playful edge.

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