You might be surprised at how visually stimulating the Polyline Desk Lamp can be, despite its physically reduced form and its limited means of embellishment. The gravity-defying light fixture has an asymmetrical tripod for a base and a long projecting shaft that extends rigidly. Its structure is clean and sharp and interrupted only by the escape of its meandering power cord.
The Dustin Brown design showcases the grace of such a pure combination of linear forms with a single color finish and a seductive luster. Available in red, black and white, the table lamps can be more playfully enhanced with a full spectrum's choice of cable colors.
Besides the aesthetics of the Polyline Desk Lamp, functionally it's just as appealing. A series of LED lights runs from bottom to tip to illuminate wide or select areas before the user.
The Polyline Desk Lamp Steps Beyond Minimalism's Aesthetic Restrictions
Amelia Roblin — January 18, 2013 — Art & Design
References: speckofdustin & tuvie