The Guidelight’s elegant design and multifaceted nature saw it getting accepted into the Museum of Modern Art’s design store. A simple globe with a light housed within it, the Guidelight can shift from a point-light to an ambient light by simply rotating the globe to face either forward at a spot, or downwards, into the translucent plastic lampshade.
Made for both outdoors and indoors, the Guidelight comes with a 150-hour battery life, a splash-proof design, and even a dimmer switch on one side, allowing you to select the intensity. Available in red, green, and grey, the Guidelight has an outdoorsy/nomadic spirit and demeanor of a traditional lamp, combined with an adaptability and multi-faceted nature that has earned it the term “the Swiss Army knife among lights”.
Designer: Floris Schoonderbeek for Weltevree