Lyrea table lamp's unusual shape makes it stand out from afar, and when you come up close, you’re enchanted by the way it makes clever use of a curved piece of metal to switch between bright and diffused lighting. A small knob below the bulb can be rotated along a linear path, turning the curved metal piece inside (mimicking the action of an ambulance beacon). You simply rotate the knob to adjust the intensity of the light… mechanically rather than electrically! Isn’t it just delightful!?
in partnership with lightform, partisans is taking its early studies of ‘gweilo’ from prototype to product. the series of luminaries redefines the typology by transforming the source itself into sculpted radiance, shaping and harnessing the dynamic movement of light. when LEDs are diffused across the acrylic sheets, their luminescent output is amplified, resulting in an infinite set of silhouettes and sizes