Beam Lamp is a versatile table lamp with a modern expression and intuitive user-friend-liness. With light omited from both ends of a cylinder shape, the user can alter the volume of light in each end through the turn of a play-ful dial.
The Beam Lamp can be altered for any position with its rotational base and sleek body of anodized aluminum, whether it be as direct lighting or for an ambient glow in any home, offices, hotel room and educational areas.
Tom Chung on the design:
“The idea for the Beam Lamp came while renovating my childhood home. I had made a shelf to use as divider between the hallway and living room and needed a lamp that could at once throw light out into the living room and down the hallway. The Beam Lamp mimics a single ray of light that travels through a round tube with its dimmer allowing the user to change the volume of light emited from both ends of the cylinder shape.”
Materials anodized aluminium, PVC cord (250cm)
Dimensions H26.2 x W18,7 cm
Light source 2 x LED included, 10W, 425 lumens, 2700 Kelvin, dimmable
Tom Chung is an independent industrial de-signer who established his eponymous studio in 2016. Based in Toronto, the studio maintains a focus on industrial objects and interior spaces. Forming a unique design process that com-bines contemporary culture and local industry, the studio creates context driven industrial design pieces for domestic, institutional and public environments.