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AGAMENNONE LIGHT

(1985)


This minimalist, black floor lamp, named after the ancient Greek king, is based on cutting an elliptical cylinder twice at a 45-degree angle to create two perfect circles. The circles rotate from a shared point a full 360 degrees while always maintaining a right angle to each other. The lamp’s head driven either by two miniature remote-controlled motors or manually travels along a circular path through three axes to provide a high degree of lighting freedom. The metal halide bulb produces high luminosity with less energy usage and a long lifespan.




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