Magnets Make This Flexible Table Lamp Defy Gravity
November 2, 2015 - table lamp
It’s no consternation that Normann Copenhagen dubbed one of a newest lamps a Acrobat—the light source can balances in innumerable ways on a base. Prop it adult on one end, cantilever it to a side, angle a tuber adult or down. Thanks to a energy of magnets, we can adjust it to your fondness and it’ll sojourn stable.
Marc Venot, who complicated to be a physicist before apropos a designer, describes a lamp’s metaphor:
An acrobat is someone who can do unusual things though losing their balance. It looks like he is going to tumble over during any given moment, though he does not. He toys with sobriety itself, withdrawal a spectator preoccupied and surprised. This is a kind of outcome we wanted to emanate with this lamp.
Illuminated by LEDs, a flare has an approaching lifespan of 27 years and comes in 4 colors. One premonition to a Acrobat? Just like Magneto has a energy to paralyze his enemies with his superpowers, a clever magnets in this pattern could potentially meddle with electronics, a manufacturer cautions.
Find a Acrobat during normann-copenhagen.com for $410.