Lee Broom - Tidal Table Lamp

Lee Broom creates table lamp inspired by gravitational forces

A table lamp featuring two chrome hemispheres that look like they’re being pulled apart was one of Lee Broom’s launches at his Milan showcase.

The lamp is made up of a polished chrome sphere that’s been sliced in half to reveal flat crescents of translucent acrylic light. The light is directed up and down from each flat surface, and the top half looks like it’s sliding away from the bottom.

The eponymous designer and brand owner called the lamp Tidal, and was inspired by the pulling and pushing of unseen gravitational forces.

Lee launched Tidal alongside three other lighting collections - Eclipse, Orion and Aurora. All the products from this year’s showcase, called Observatory, are named after terms used in astronomy and take on stellar and lunar-inspired shapes.

If you missed the exhibition in Milan, Lee is taking it to New York for NYCxDesign2018, and there will two more lighting launches from the British designer this year.

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