It has been a while since we come across a desk lamp that we are excited about. Don’t get me wrong. Many lamps are beautiful and well designed, but the Lybra Balanced Lamp stands as one that is kind of a therapeutic desk toy too and hence the mention here.
If you are a fan of Batman, here’s a desk lamp for you – that’s if brightness isn’t the main point because, I suspect it is not going to shine much like, you know, the Millennium Falcon variety.
Floately, the maker of all things levitating, is back with a new floating lamp, called Gravita Levitating Smart Lamp. Unlike many levitating lamp we have seen previously, Gravita has a rustic touch to it – thanks to the warm, relaxing glow of the 1700 temperature retro-looking LED bulb.
You may have seen the Skull & Hand Lamp before. It is a unique lamp (more like decorative light, really) from a collaboration between Japanese fashion label UNDERGROUND and Australian fashion brand P.A.M., and produced by toy maker Medicom Toy.
We have all seen magnetic levitation desk lamp, but probably not like Megi. Megi is an inverted levitation lamp. Instead of hovering above a surface, it dangles from the top. Much like a pendant lamp, but without the cable.
Cat videos going viral happens all the time. But this recent viral video on Twitter, posted by Japanese Twitter user @betelgeuse331 (あとりえ宇宙工房（塾長）[email protected]ちぇし @勉強垢), has nothing to do with cat and cucumber.
Anyone who has ever felt frustrated with a desk tamp when it comes flexibility in adjustability will want to take a look at The Flexster. Table lamp is a dime a dozen, but what’s not a dime a dozen is flexibility in adjustability.
Well, this is a collaboration we didn’t see coming and it is a collab that can be really fun. We are talking about Teenage Engineering collab with flat-pack furniture giant, IKEA. The two has jointly introduced the Frekvens line of speakers and lights, which are available at select IKEA stores as we speak.
This is Dyson Lightcycle Morph Lamp, Dyson‘s latest lamp. It so named because, it intelligently adjusts the color temperature and brightness based on local daylight, your age and the task to provide optimal illumination.
Good news, folks. We just got our hands on the much talked about Star Wars fans’ wet dream, the Millennium Falcon Desk Lamp. First thoughts: the quality is OK. Really nothing to shout about.