Articulating Secret: Wood Cube Shade Conceals Desk Lamp


Something about articulating desk and table lights makes them seem like temporary accessories, thin and flimsy add-ons rather than intentional or built-in components of a work surface.

This little light by Edward Battistini shines under a square shade when opened, but closes back down into a small and neat-looking box when not in use (with only the base peaking out below it).

While it might not be a world-changing concept, it does provide a more elegant and versatile holder attuned to the typically-rectilinear shapes of conventional desktops.

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