While it's safe to install a ceiling light in the center of a room, this positioning isn't always going to be the most useful for every activity that you undertake indoors. The Trek Mobile Light takes the criterion of adaptability into account in a way that very few fixtures do.
Leanie van der Vyver's pendant lamp is suspended from an extra long orange power cord that eventually finds its place plugged into a socket. But between the lampshade and the outlet, the illuminator's cable is anchored to the walls and the roof from a mess of fixed button-screws. The lengthy string forms intricate angles and sharp switchbacks to finally suspend the Trek Mobile Light from wherever you deem it appropriate at the moment.
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