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ateljé Lyktan | Plug Lamp

Lighting ateljé Lyktan | Plug Lamp

ateljé Lyktan | Plug LampIn today’s society, it seems like we’re always in need of a plug socket to charge our computer, tablet or smartphone. ateljé Lyktan presents a solution to this everyday problem – a lamp with a bonus of an electrical socket.The design studio Form Us With Love came up with a simple idea based on the new need in today’s society of constantly needing to recharge computers and smartphones.

 Besides giving you an electrical socket, the Plug Lamp also gives a pleasant aesthetic to the process of recharging.

ateljé Lyktan | Plug Lamp

ateljé Lyktan | Plug Lamp

ateljé Lyktan | Plug Lamp– By integrating the socket in the lamp it also takes away that annoying process of searching for a socket or having to unplug something in order to access an electrical point, says John Löfgren, Form Us With Love. The Plug Lamp has a bulbous shape and a base in molded and powder coated aluminum, here the plug socket is displayed centrally, making it a decorative detail. The light itself is concealed by an opal glass shade and the lamp is dimmable.

ateljé Lyktan | Plug Lamp

ateljé Lyktan | Plug Lamp
ateljé Lyktan | Plug Lamp– The Plug Lamp is great for public places like hotels, cafés and restaurants where people usually are in search for a place to recharge their electrical devices. But it’s also perfect for the home, for example on the bedside table, says Thomas Holm, Marketing Director, ateljé Lyktan.

Designer: ateljé Lyktan
Price: 2800 SEK
Available colours: Green, red, grey, black, white
Retailer: Available for worldwide delivery at www.scandinaviandesigncenter.com from week 18
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