Reading lamps often sacrifice aesthetics in service of functionality, but the PLUSminus lamp from designer Matej Stefanac shows that form need not always follow function -- sometimes, the two can be tightly linked. The lamp adheres to the tenets of modern minimalist design, but it uses its simple frame to create a simple mechanism for varying across three axes, making it as useful as it is attractive.
The PLUSminus lamp is so named because of its shape, which is like a large plus sign. The steel arms of that sign are clean, making it reminiscent of mid-century Scandinavian lighting, but they also allow the user to adjust the lamp vertically, horizontally, and rotationally, making it easy to change one's desk workflow.
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