Cradle Lamp by Romain Pascal
by Harry / September 3, 2012
From Romain Pascal, a table light with a detachable light/lampshade that can be used as a flashlight.


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The lampshade is not fixed, but rather suspended on an aluminium structure using the lamp's cord. When removed from the structure, it can be used as a flashlight, to look into a bag or a drawer.

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The base of the lamp is designed for small personal objects, keys, change, wallet, phone.

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Says Pascal, "The lamp is also the result of research into materials. Concrete, traditionally used as a building material is used in a delicate way with a smooth finish and fine details."

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"Its heaviness makes the lamp both visually and functionally more grounded and stable. Its rough aspect contrasts with the mat white finish of the lamp shade."

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