The Axis Light Can be Adjusted by Swiveling its Supportive Sticks

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Sep 14, 2012 • References: castordesign & contemporist
With your first glance at the Axis Light by Castor Design, you might wonder just how it stands without toppling over. The floor lamp's posture takes a significant slant and its support system seems to be a pair of comparatively insubstantial stakes.

The anodized aluminum piece is, of course, quite secure. Two holes in the pole are penetrated by the smaller rods, and with the three of them leaning in against each other, the structure remains stable. The dowels can even be shifted within the mutually supportive frame to alter the angle and height of the primary component.

To change the direction of the glow from the Axis Light without moving the entire thing, you can guide the notch below the bulb from one side to the other for a 180-degree range. Stats for Flexible Tripod Fixtures Trending: Older & Chilly
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