German designer Leoni Werle has created a bell-shaped lamp that can seesaw between upright and inclined.
The solid oak base of the Pilu lamp is v-shaped so it can be stood vertical or rocked forward so the powder-coated steel stem becomes angled.
A one-directional joint connects the bar to the the bell-shaped spun aluminium shade so it always points down regardless of the lamp's position.
She showed a giant lampshade and table that were combined to create a workspace at DMY Berlin back in 2010.
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