The Table Tower Commands Attention in the Room Through Form and Function

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 13, 2015
References: roije & leibal
Lighting can take virtually any form; so long as it glows, it satisfies the criteria of a lamp. This skyscraper lamp certainly reveals its purpose when its lightbulb is switched on; however, the object may appear to be more of a sculpture when the illuminating function isn't activated.

Designer Frederik Roijé assembled a sharp-looking product from the purist forms of cylinders and slender poles. Each component has been stacked with perfect alignment, making the fixture discernibly symmetrical from every angle. The powder-coated metal gleams with a beautiful shiny finish, offering bright and muted models in gold, brass, white, gunmetal and more. The perfect accent to decorate an ultramodern room, the industrial Table Tower lamp projects rays up and down to provide an ambient interior atmosphere.