// Peel Light, a lamp that is part of the room
It’s always nice to decorate your new digs with style. And we think the above Corner Light, also called Peel Wall Light (we’re not sure of the actual name), fits the bill quite nicely.
Placed where the wall and ceiling meet, the Corner Light creates an equilateral triangle of light nestled in the corner of a room. The integrated form implies the lamp is part of the architecture of the room, but the purposefully exposed cable reveals that the light’s placement is temporary. The light is held up with a simple steel bracket that mounts to the wall and an aluminum frame; a fabric diffuser magnetically attaches to the frame to complete the lamp. Available in two sizes, the novel idea and clever execution of Corner Light makes a contradictory statement that is both inherently iconic and minimalist at the same time.
It’s about as creative a lamp as we’ve come across lately, but there’s a few things wrong with it. First off, we can’t find the actual manufacturer, only where it’s being sold.
- Graphic Design
- Industrial Design