The M.C.W. Bedside Lamp by Alexandre Boucher Looks Stratified

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 12, 2014 • References: alexandreboucherdesign &
The M.C.W. Bedside Lamp doesn't look like a light fixture at all at first glance. Its circular form is sleek and simple, so much so that a light source isn't even evident. That is because the levels expand up and down to reveal strips of light that can be modified depending on what a person wants or needs.

Designed by Alexandre Boucher, an industrial designer based in Paris, France, the M.C.W. Bedside Lamp has a futuristic appearance when it is in use. The stratified light glows sparingly in the dark, providing just enough illumination to ensure that a person isn't completely surrounded by pitch black. The M.C.W. Bedside Lamp is also available in a slew of different color combinations to complement any existing home decor. Stats for Modern Layered Lighting Trending: Older & Warm
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