LIGHTHOUSE by Dan Yeffet, an Israeli designer based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is a whimsical take on the traditional navigation-aiding towers for maritime boaters. Tall and sturdy, the beautiful light fixture nevertheless does away with stone and wood for a material that is a lot more modern: clear glass. Thus, the design isn't as opposing at it might be when considering its size alone.
While the look of the LIGHTHOUSE by Dan Yeffet is clearly inspired by those towers, the way it functions is modeled after classic pile up games. This enables it to be a lot more versatile than a person might first assume. It can be used as either a floor or table lamp.
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