Ushamathy Krishna | Mar 12 2011

Overview
The market is flooded with an array of decorative floor and wall lamps with contemporary designs. Placa Lamp is one such novel table lamp having a subtle model. It is designed by the Portuguese designer Goncalo Campos. It is a simple and elegant product. It is a beautiful looking lamp with minimum accessories, namely, wooden base, switch and lampshade.

Product Features
The dimensions of this Placa lamp are 55 X 100 X35 cm. The lamp shades are mounted on a wooden board that also acts as a stage on which you can place other objects. This wooden base is made of solid ash wood, while the lampshade is of black velvet. This Portuguese artist’s lamp comes in 1, 2 or 3 lampshade versions. The switch of the lamp is also placed on the wooden board, a feature that is different from the usual lamp models where the switch is on the cord of the lamp. This makes the switch a part of the lamp rather than an accessory.

Why should you buy it?
Although it is simple, the lamp boasts of the thoughtful provision of the wooden base for keeping essential objects, making it a unique product that you would love to have on your table. The lampshade points towards the switch, giving the lamp an exquisite look and it stands out from the other table lamp models.
Placa Lamp Image Gallery

References:
DesignMilk, EnterSubmit, UpcomingCurrent

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