360째 Lamps by Magdalena Chojnacka | urdesign magazine

360째 Lamps by Magdalena Chojnacka

Category: Design Published on 18 Feb, 2013 Tags: , ,
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The 360째 lamp by Cracow-based designer혻Magdalena Chojnacka is a result of minimalistic approach with no compromises. The head is made from one fine selected pine block, carefully crafted into the final shape, which thanks to a specially developed smart spring mechanism enables full 360째 rotation and stabilisation at any angle, so that you can always adjust the light direction.혻 The stand is made from quality powder coated steel. It’s warm light provided by the advanced Led bulb by Philips ( included ) brings atmosphere to any space. Click here to buy the 360째 lamp short version or here for the tall one.

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