Tilt it this way, tilt it that way; the Tilta floor lamp by Scoope Design introduces a new, fun approach to the way a lamp can stand out in a home. Available in both a pedestal and reading lamp size, this lamp’s concrete base allows it to rotate at almost 360 degrees. It can lay on any of its octagonal shaped sides to produce an angle of 30 degrees for each surface. This crazy cool mechanism is simply done by using the force of gravity along with its weight to control where it goes. The metal part on top of the bulb functions as a handle to allow the user to grab it and tilt it in any direction they choose. Made from the basic building materials of concrete, wood, glass and aluminum, the Tilta breaks away from the common perception of space in how it introduces a new “suspended” dimension in reaching out and embracing an unconventional third dimension. Design, architecture, science, and a good dose of a playful spirit all come together harmoniously in exploring a new approach.

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