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Big Bounce Light & New Basics Table by Jonah Takagi


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From Atelier Takagi:

The Big Bounce is a table lamp inspired by the lighting techniques employed on film sets. On set, a bounce is used to diffuse light by bouncing the beam off a reflective surface. We have developed the Big Bounce to capture this technique in a unique, indirect light source. The lamp features a FSC Certified White Oak base and powdercoated laser cut steel body. Light is provided by a 7W high output LED.

New Basics are a collection of flat pack tables that apply a simple and graphic language to a system of legs, hardware and surfaces. The collection features recycled honeycomb tops with a durable HPL finish, laser cut and powdercoated steel hardware and legs made of FSC Certified Ash. The New Basics pack flat for shipping.

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