DROID Lamp, A Retro Robotic Shape – Design You Trust

DROID Lamp, A Retro Robotic Shape

Remember being a child and having the freedom to imagine life in outer space? To play pretend games with robots and other planets? To escape into a world unknown?

As adults, outer space is just as fun to dream about. It is from a childhood fascination with life in the stars and robotic fantasies that Jangir Maddadi first proposed The Droid Lamp.

The genius of the Droid Lamp derives from its ability to take on a retro robotic shape while commanding the presence of the room. Form and function work together to create a lamp that is both light source and sculpture.

Currently available in brass and coated steel. Offering light in two separate directions. A strong and futuristic lamp while turned on. A timeless design when clicked off.

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