The Khonsu clock lamp is a weirdly attractive tabletop accent piece that also wirelessly charges your phone

The Khonsu Clock Lamp is a bunch of things… although ‘boring’ certainly isn’t one of them. Designed to serve as a tabletop lamp, a decorative clock, and also an occasional wireless charger for your phone, the Khonsu Lamp comes with a design aesthetic that’s minimalist in form but maximalist in expression. Crafted from metal, it boasts a round silhouette with an almost nautical-inspired theme that absolutely comes to life when the lamp is switched on. The lamp provides a halo around the skeletal clock, creating a light and shadow effect that makes reading the time quite stunning in the dark. During the day, the Khonsu’s sculptural design allows it to serve as the perfect accent piece on your mantel or tabletop.

Just to visually break down the lamp’s overall design… one can easily split it into its three parts, the wooden base, the metal clock, and the LED lamp that’s inset within the clock’s circular periphery. The wooden base also sports a dedicated area on the side that serves as a wireless charging surface for your phone – a rather neat addition that turns the eclectic Khonsu into an even more functional piece of tableware.

The Khonsu Clock Lamp even has slots in the wooden platform to dock your phone (although it won’t charge while docking), and the silver button on the front of the wooden base lets you switch the warm LED light on and off as well as toggle through three individual brightness settings.

Designer: Articture