2084 modular wall lamp by Geoffroy Gillant

March 23rd, 2014 by retail design blog

Typically, the electrical cords of a lighting piece are left out of the overall development of its design. With ’2084′ Geoffroy Gillant, utilizes the wiring as an integral structural element which results in a modular wall lamp which can be adapted into various configurations – two T5 neon tubes can be set in several positions against the wall on their extremities, or balanced on one when a cord is perpendicular to the ground, an expression of equilibrium and lightness.











http://www.designboom.com/design/geoffroy-gillant-2084-wall-lamp/

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