These Triangle Lamps Are Inspired by City Skylines

 - Jul 14, 2016
References: marianovozhilova & design-milk
These triangle lamps were designed by Milan and Tokyo-based architect Maria Novozhilova.

The geometric objects, titled 'All Around Lamps' are unlike other floor lamps as rather than sitting on a stand, they are prismatic and can sit on any face of the prism that the owner wishes. The lamps come in two sizes, give off a warm light and are decorated with silhouettes of city skylines -- including Milan and Sydney. The larger of the two lamps can be flipped on their base so that the light is turned upwards and can then be used as a stool or coffee table. The lamps can also function as modules and can be put together to make larger tables.

These triangle lamps are simultaneously fashionable accessories and useful home products.