Tilt pendant lamp by jjoo design for NYTA

December 13th, 2012 by retail design blog

Tilt is a pendant lamp with a unique and simple mechanism to adjust the direction of its light. The almost archetypical lampshade combined with a tilt of various angles, showing the screen in rather unfamiliar and surprising ways, clearly communicates where the light is pointed to.

Technically, a slot along one side of the lamp screen allows this turning and positioning. The screen may be moved along this slot, guided by a specifically designed light source fitting which leads the screen while being adjusted, protects the cable and will fix the lamp at every position. Thus the lamp can be continuously tilted up to 110 degrees and rotated by 360 degrees and illuminates the desired area in the room.

Designed by jjoo design for NYTA













http://www.jjoo.cc
http://www.nyta.eu

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