Iris Table Lamp

Iris Table Lamp

Updated on

January 11, 2022

Iris is a small table lamp with indirect lighting, controlled by a simple dial at the top of the lamp. When turning the dial, the light starts to expand until it hits its capacity from the shape of the shade.

I like these sort of creative controls when it comes to lighting, because so much lighting design is based on pre-existing concepts. Kudos to Max Kampa for this interesting design.

Iris Table Lamp
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Bryan Maniotakis
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