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The Prisma Light Lets You Point Light Directly to Where You Desire it

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: behance.net & designspotter
The cursor-shaped Prisma Light is certainly a strongly directional source of light, enabling you to shift its position to best suit your illumination needs. Designed by Diana Dumitrescu, the product comes in three versions that have been assembled with the same formal principles in mind.

There is a pendant lamp, a wall lamp and a floor lamp model of the Prisma Light so that you have slightly different options for your particular space. Each variety is made the same, however, with two downward-facing triangular components that loosely sandwich a lightbulb between them. The insides of these pieces are finished in a highly reflective mirror material that amplifies the luminescence in sideways, up and down directions. Stats for Sharp Directional Fixtures Trending: This Year & Mild
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