The Edward Lamp Clips Together with Wooden Pliers for Supports

 - Nov 14, 2013
References: formknast & yankodesign
For those who appreciate partial DIY projects, the Edward Lamp is a delightful addition to your living space. The product is purchased flat as a set of parts that you can easily combine to create a light fixture to your preferred specifications.

There isn't a great deal of freedom of assembly with this illuminator, which actually makes it easier to put together. What you get with it is a round piece of translucent plastic, a lightbulb and mount, and a pair of wooden pincers that keeps everything together.

The form|knast item is properly set up when you insert the wooden fixture into the plastic sheet's slot. Wrap and even overlap the ends of the lampshade to make a wide or narrow cone. Finally, clamp the Edward Lamp in place with the timber braces; their handles will act like a stabilizing stand.