Normann Copenhagen releases flexible Acrobat lamp
Our firm favourite Normann Copenhagen has just released a new desk lamp. The Acrobat is a simple-looking yet multifunctional lamp, designed by Marc Venot. The French creator, who originally studied physics and turned to the creative fields later on, is interested in unexpected design solutions. As the name suggests, the lamp was inspired by acrobats, who are constantly working against gravity and look like they’re about to fall over. However unstable they look, they manage to keep their balance. Venot intended to translate this impression to an object form.
The lamp has two parts, a cone-shaped base and an oblong lighting source part. The two are attached only by a magnet that allows the lamp to take various forms be it vertical or horizontal. The functional part hiding the LED lighting source features a matte finish transparent front, omitting a diffused kind of light for creating a cosy and warm atmosphere. Due to the complete flexibility of Acrobat, it can be either used as a direct reading light or just for dim ambiance, depending on the LED’s position. The minimalistic shape, paired with 4 nature inspired colours of sand, black, grey, and a braver aubergine, make Acrobat compatible with many environments and styles.
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