Apsis Lamp

Apsis Lamp

Updated on

January 11, 2022

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Seeking function from form, Apsis is based on a circles most fundamental quality - rotational symmetry. It’s laminated wood body revolves freely around a tactile stone trey base, without the need for the complicated mechanisms typically associated with adjustable lamps.
Items within the stone trey are orbited and illuminated by the touch dimmable lamp head, which in turn pivots through a range of 270 degrees. The cable and LED are hidden within the body and head, creating a clean, uninterrupted aesthetic that emphasis the lamp's simple geometry and expert craftsmanship.

Available in beech with limestone base or walnut with black marble base.

Design by Zak Stratfold

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Bryan Maniotakis
Bryan is the founder of minimalgoods and has been curating, photographing, and reviewing products with a minimal aesthetic since 2017.‍
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