Inner Beauty

Plenty of lighting designs utilize reflective plates to maximize their output and direction, but none do it quite like the Eclipitic Lamp. A metal cone delicately descends inside an acrylic passage, reflecting the beam from above outwards. The intensity of the the light increases or decreases depending on the position of the reflective cone which changes in clear view of the user through its clear tubular casing.

Designer: James McNab


  • Oldeyes says:

    Very nice design! I hope someone will make it available. I wonder if it could also work as a floor lamp?

  • Tim says:

    A little rough on the finishing (bottom disk in particular), but it makes me appreciate it more that it’s a real working prototype. I’ve seen this principle applied in streetlamps and I like the way the designer has put that to use.
    Nice work.

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