Quite an interesting-looking lamp…
“Brazilian Maurício Klabin designed the Eclipse Lamp in 1982 as part of a series of objects he called “cocoons,” due to their rounded form, internal volumes and capacity to change. With the same kind of coiled delicacy you find in a soft-shelled nautilus, the Eclipse is a model of simplicity and ingenuity. Fabricated from a single strip of polypropylene attached to a steel frame, the Eclipse can be opened or closed to varying degrees. This allows the shape of the fixture to be altered to expand or reduce the amount of direct light or change the angle of illumination.”
Steel base; translucent polypropylene diffuser; black cord.
H 10.5″ D 13.5″ Cord L 67″
[posted by katie]