Lamp tables most often need to serve their purpose and shed enough light. We use them when we need to write something or perhaps when a book has caught our fancy and we read it at the table. Still, sometimes we wish to pay attention to the design of the lamp. We might want something fancy that will attract attention. The Woodspot Lamp could do the trick.
This interesting table lamp has been designed by Alessandro Zambelli for the furnisher Seletti who is based in Mantua. The Woodspot lamp is assembled and varnished entirely by hand. The molded support is used to put together the base and the light diffuser. Both are made from pine and given a natural finish. The light diffuser comes in three different colors: ivory white, flesh pink and pastel green.
What places the Woodspot lamp apart from others is its interesting shape. The base of the lamp rests at an angle, similar to the prop of photograph frames. The light diffuser itself has an unexpected shape, a hexagonal pyramid without top or bottom. Its design makes it perfect for rooms that depend on modern furniture that pops because of the unexpected shape. “It could be the iconic meeting point between the rectangle of a frame and the cylinder of a stage spotlight, a shape in between,” the designer explained.
When spotting the Woodspot in a room, one thing is certain: the fact that this table lamp was created to sidestep any type of convention. The result is something new and mysterious, that expresses freedom both in style and design. Zambelli’s creation will be presented at the next edition of Maison&Objet that will take place in September.
The Woodspot lamp is 22 cm long, 44 cm high and 23 cm deep. It can be used with light sources of up to 60W. Would you add the tasteful, yet excentric Woodspot lamp in your homes?
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