Interaction Lamp by Paul Menand

Posted on January 11th, 2013 by

Interaction Lamp is a minimal design created by France-based designer Paul Menand. Born of reflection on the dematerialization made possible by new LED light sources, this lamp uses a minimalist lamp shade to wrap the LED lights. Its design is reduced to the tubular structure that once supported the lampshade. Doing so, the lamp opens a new set of perspectives. (2)

Name: Interaction Lamp

Designer: Paul Menand

Location: France

Interaction Lamp is a minimal design created by France-based designer Paul Menand. Born of reflection on the dematerialization made possible by new LED light sources, this lamp uses a minimalist lamp shade to wrap the LED lights. Its design is reduced to the tubular structure that once supported the lampshade. Doing so, the lamp opens a new set of perspectives.

The lamp can be crossed by other objects – a vase, a plant, a statuette – all of which affect the intensity of the light source it is capturing. The design is in limited production, with only 12 copies available and one prototype.

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