The Put Baby in the Corner lamp is a delight to the eyes, yet its purpose is not to overpower a room. Naturally, the light fixture already attracts attention with the bright beams that it emits, so the designer softened up its presence with a unique treatment to its color, its form and a suggestion for modest installation.
You may choose to sit the pyramidal desk lamp in the middle of a table; however, Clara Scharping composed it geometrically to afford the option of tucking it into the niche where the walls and tabletop meet. An irregularly shaped cover can be applied to the front of the angular illuminator, blocking the direct rays from the lightbulb inside. The Put Baby in the Corner lamp may not end up front and center in your office or your bedroom, but it's certainly a pretty sight wherever it sits.
The Put Baby in the Corner Lamp is a Sweet and Unassuming Fixture
Amelia Roblin — January 9, 2014 — Art & Design
References: scharpinc & designspotter