Are you bored and tired of working under the tube lights? We have got you covered with brand new Analog home office lighting, which will refresh your working experience under the lights. These are designed by Chris Granneberg, a US-based designer, and include a directional task lamp, wall lamp, floor lamp, and table lamp.
Inspired by LEGO bricks and geometric form, these lightings are suited for both office and home environments and are shaped as cubes to gel with your cubicle. The light generally features multiple cubes that are piled together to deliver the best lighting experience to the user.
These Cubes measure 10cm each and are stacked in a manner that provides sufficient lighting to the user. It offers clean and friendly aesthetics to your home environment and can be put to use anytime.
The floor light is poised on a set of cubicles while the other end is used to emit light. A pole is used to separate the two sections of the lighting concept. A table light also stands on the cube and emits light through another cube with no separation in between. In case of the wall and directional light, a set of other cubes work as a holder to the cube emitting light. Moreover, the cube emitting light rotates on its axis to deliver maximum lighting.
The designer’s idea behind the project is to have a fun geometric shape omitting light in order to build a colorful and happy focal point at home or in the office. The exterior of the cubes comes in an array of colors from blue and yellow to orange. In addition to this, the pole of the floor lighting is coated in black.
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