You can rarely go wrong with simplicity in design, and while items like the Mountain Lamp by Leonard Kadid succeed to remain minimal, they delight the eyes further with formal allusions.
Breaking it down, this fetching floor lamp consists of a pyramidal shell for a lampshade and four long and slender legs that escape from its base. The 0.7-millimeter steel components have been painted in a vibrant white and are complemented by a bright blue cord that hangs down from inside.
The object is exceedingly clean compositionally, yet upon learning its name, the observer sees the illuminator transform into an enchanting icon of a snow-covered summit. The Mountain Lamp by Leonard Kadid would make a clever and contemporary addition to a chalet's interior decor, or simply a stylish sculptural fixture for a modern living room.