Echo lamp by Simon Busse for Caussa

Dezeen Showroom: designer Simon Busse has created the Echo lamp for German brand Caussa, which is informed by the shape of a tuning fork.

Echo has a round LED light source that can be rotated 360 degrees for a variety of lighting options. The lamp's head is height adjustable along a two-pronged stand, which is shaped like a tuning fork.

White Echo lamp by Caussa on a desk with paper pads and pencils
The Echo lamp is available in white, red, blue and black

A hidden gesture control allows users to turn on, off and dim the light with a simple hand movement.

"No more tedious searching for the light switch on the cable or on the lamp," said Caussa. "The Echo lamp impresses with its particularly intuitive usage, its cleverly designed modular metal structure and its iconic appearance."

Red Echo lamp by Caussa on a wooden seat with a stack of books
Echo has an adjustable head that can be rotated 360 degrees

The lamp emits glare-free light and can be used as a table lamp, reading lamp, or ceiling spotlight.

Echo is made from steel and aluminium and comes in red, white, blue and black colours.

Product: Echo lamp
Designer: Simon Busse
Brand: Caussa
Contact: [email protected]

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