Inspired by the play on structure created by geometric constraints, the conical travertine base – left raw to let the light highlight its natural imperfections – and bronzed aluminium shade of Reverse define the lamp’s perfectly balanced expression.
The light diffuses evenly across the unworked stone, raw in its expression, from its curved shade to reveal shadows and an intriguing colour play that appear to stem from the base itself. At precisely the point at which the shade and base meet sits a dimmer switch for adjusting the light intensity. Fitted with a dim-to-warm LED light source, the Reverse Lamp casts warm light on a bedside table or subdued light on a cabinet surface, making it an elegant and characterful solution to a multitude of lighting needs.
Danish designer Aleksandar Lazic founded Copenhagen based creative studio Dubokk. Focusing on a wide range of modern furniture and product design, Lazic’s style is clean, contemporary and forward-thinking.