Lampshades tend to be fixed components on light fixtures, but not in the case of the 65% Wall Lamp. Frankly, quite a bit about the composition and appearance of this illuminator go against one's expectations of this type of object.
Harmonie Henrio designed this unusual item with parts that include a wall-mounted wooden beam as a horizontal base, three translucent glass panels and threaded rods that enable them to be slid along the ledge. The panels have been cut to take different sizes and four-sided shapes, and they've been softened with rounded corners. Each one is tinted in either red or charcoal to a transparency degree of 65%.
To customize the look and the intensity of the 65% Wall Lamp, the unique shades can be clustered and overlapped or spaced out in front of the LEDs.
Overlapping Lampshade Panels
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