Baselamp: Create Your Own Lamp Using any Transparent Object
By Ryan on 06/19/2015 3:01 AM
Baselamp is a flat wooden lamp that allows you to essentially create your own lamp by setting something at least somewhat transparent on top of it, thus illuminating that object. The base is made from either walnut or bamboo wood depending on your liking, and has a an extremely elegant design that makes you think someone didn't just cut a hole in a slab of wood and throw a light bulb inside of it. Perfect to create a lamp using an old vintage whiskey bottle, a fishbowl, a flower vase, or a slightly opened vintage book, the Baselamp gives you endless possibilities and makes your home truly yours, and not designed by some Swedish company that doesn't put words in their instruction manuals.
The Baselamp uses a natural lineseed oil finish that's hand applied, uses a solid aluminum heatsink on the bottom of the lamp so your vintage book won't start on fire, uses an LG LED light bulb with 410 lumens at 80 CRI, uses a Makrolon Lumen XT polycarbonate diffuser, has a dimmer switch to easily adjust the brightness of the light bulb, and measures 6.5 inches long x 4 inches wide x 1 inch tall.
The Baselamp is currently in a funding phase on Kickstarter with an estimated delivery date of October 2015, so go reserve yours now, or get more info on their website, and be sure to check out the lamp in action via the video below.
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