element touch led lamp

posted by the scholar on January 23rd, 2008
filed under: design, lighting

ooh! i love the curve and the cleanliness of this chrome-finished sculpture – i mean, faucet, er, led lamp. you simply touch the base to turn it on and off. i am totally picturing this on my huge gorgeous ebony wood desk with beautiful turned legs, that’s completely cleared off except for an imac with hidden cords and a vase of fresh white peonies (NOT!)…


form and function. that’s the stuff.

$85 at uncommon goods.

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4 Responses to “element touch led lamp”

  1. technabob Says:

    Very cool lamp. If I didn’t already have one on my desk, I’d grab one.

  2. the scholar Says:

    i know isn’t it cool? if i had room on my desk i buy one too!

  3. Bri Says:

    I love the picture you paint, knowing full well it’s an otherworldly scene we all aspire to…
    This is a fun lamp. I really like the on/off/touch thing, though it always confounds me when I run across a lamp like that. I have been known to resort to unpluggage. Unless, of course, I happen to trip over it, or somehow bump into it, and it turns off, and the light bulb over my head “illuminates” the situation.

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    the only thing i don’t like about this lamp is the finish. my fingerprints will be all over that thing, which will require cleaning, which could be a deal breaker.

    but i agree with you, it is fun. and you are AMUSING! i have been in hotels where they had touch lamps and i walked around the room trying to find the switch and 10 minutes later i figured it out. duh, right? 🙂

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