Thanks to its cool shade patterned with white dots on red background, Slant is all fun, looking like a giant wild mushroom leaning over you somewhere in the ‘neverland’. While Elane, dubbed as ‘table acrobatics’, looks like a big-headed snake moving around objects swiftly, and is fun to watch taking any shape.
The Slant’s large and striking shade makes it a great centerpiece for a spacious room or a patio. Aptly named for its forward-leaning design, Slant is unconventional, likeable and fun. Standing on just three points, this cool lamp design is by Gwen Floyd.
The table lamp Elane is an interesting option for small rooms as it fits any size space thanks to its ability to change shape. Its most striking feature is its slim multi-section arm that works as a micro-mechanical genius when in action – it stays exactly in position thanks to the friction of the joints and uses no screws, springs or pulls for adjustment.
Designed by Jakob Timpe. Visit Serien to learn more about these lamps.