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The Filomena Directional Lamp is Iconically Defined by its Electrical Cable

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 30, 2013 • References: nadlab.it and design-milk
What we have with the Filomena Directional Lamp is essentially a lightbulb, a cable and a mounting panel. Even though the forms of a lampshade, a supportive arm and a base are suggested, these features do not really exist.

The whimsical nadlab light fixture appropriates the idea of the iconic desk lamp, complete with its adjustable stand for directing the bright beams over a particular tabletop activity. Interestingly, this archetypal form is created by means of simple outline, using the very wire that delivers the light globe its electricity.

The consumer is given the option of different cord colors on a backboard of either black or white glossy polymethacrelate. The Filomena Directional Lamp is intended to be hung on a wall to optimally illuminate an area to its left or right. It can be switched on and off by the dial that dangles down.