The Espresso Lamp Has a Playful Geometric Touch

By: Matt Ho - Published: Mar 10, 2011 • References: flypitch.wordpress & dezeen
Designer Pier Mansfield-Scaddan of Fly-Pitcher has come up with an amusing miniature light called the Espresso Lamp.

No, the Espresso Lamp isn't a hybrid of a light source and a coffee machine, but rather, its name comes from the designs' concept. The look of the lamp was inspired by the stove top of an Italian espresso pot. The design is basic and simple, which is always a nice change from the overly complicated fixtures we have today. The "T" light has a nice geometric touch with an angular top and base. The bright colors helps give the Espresso Lamp more of a playful vibe that'd make any living space more inviting.

The Espresso Lamp comes in a variety of colors and comes in three different sizes: single, double and mini. There will also be an additional limited edition release of the mini versions that are individually numbered. Stats for Caffiene-Inspired Lights Trending: Older & Chilly
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