You may initially appreciate these glass box lamps as unique illuminating objects, distracting you from the great versatility of these designs. Created in versions of three different sizes, the lights are big substantial enough to work nicely as low floor lamps, and this placement presents the perfect opportunity for dual purpose.
Masaki Murata's transparent prisms can be covered with books or rigid panels. The user is invited to experiment with the openness of this design, enabling him to create side tables and magazine racks from on top and inside of the rectangular structures. The LED-lit surface within the bottom of each glass box lamp is flat, well protected, and capable of having items stacked upon it. Entitled 'Nightscape,' the product is reminiscent of city skylines after dark, welcoming human interaction on a much reduced scale.