Darum lamp by DAG-designlab



Israeli designers DAG-designlab have sent us pictures of their latest project, Darom lamp.


Darom lamp is an adjustable, wall-mounted reading lamp composed of a plastic light with a clamp, attached to a wooden base.


The light can be adjusted or removed completely using the clamp release button.


DAG-designlab is based in Tel Aviv and consists of Tal Mor and Shlomi Azulay.



Posted on Friday, April 24th, 2009 at 8:36 am by Rachel Blunstone. See our copyright policy. Before commenting, please read our comments policy.

  • feri

    nice…great idea

  • münte


  • broken designer

    Very interesting project. There could be a floor version.

  • http://whspr.me/Ps Paris H.

    Belle lampe….

  • slater

    is the parrot an optional accessory, or does it come with the lamp…Very nice design, cheers!

  • Terry Glenn Phipps

    What a lovely piece, witty in the all the right ways and functional too. I suppose you could use the bracket in many different ways such as hanging a coat, umbrella, etc. Hopefully this will find its way into production.

    Terry Glenn Phipps

  • daveH

    Nice start but I can make it better. One little twist to this wonderful design and it triples its functionality. Please contact me.