Stacking Lamp by Will McDonald

Category: Design Published on 19 Feb, 2013 Tags: , , , , ,
Stacking Lamp by Will McDonald

Will McDonald‘s Stacking Lamp was inspired by the classic colourful wooden ring toy. Designed for students and young adults who live in small spaces on a budget, it is cost effective, versatile, and colourful.

Stacking Lamp has a single wooden dowel over which various metal accessories can be stacked. The user can choose whichever combination suits their needs. Options include a lamp shade (which can be oriented up or down) a coat/ bag hook, and blank spacers. Stacking Lamp has been displayed at the 2013 Interior Design Show in Toronto.

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images courtesy of Will McDonald

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