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Light au lait

By Ingo Maruer & Fabien DumasAs the name implies, the form of the ‘light au lait’ lamp involves a cup, saucer and spoon to create a whimsical wall-mounted lamp, blurring the boundary between art and functional design. The drinking vessel acts as the main shade of the lighting piece, connected to the saucer by a movable arm, allowing the user the adjust its position horizontally or vertically. 

Reblogged from The Khooll
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