This Magic Light Shelf By ilsangisang Always Shines A Spotlight On Things – Design You Trust

This Magic Light Shelf By ilsangisang Always Shines A Spotlight On Things

Designer Jong-su Kim of Korean studio ilsangisang, has created a lamp that has a built-in shelf for displaying decorative items.

When the light is on, it highlights the item on the shelf, however when the light is turned off, the items are still on display due to the design of the shelf replicating a spotlight. The lamp can also be used as a table lamp as the ‘spotlight’ can double as a stand, making it possible to have it sitting on a desk against the wall.

More info: ilsangisang (h/t: contemporist)

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