Contemporary look: Oblic table lamp by Atelier-D

Montreal-based designer Jonathan Dorthe of Atelier-D announced his new Oblic table lamp. Constructed of contrasting materials, Oblic puts heavy wood against a delicate perforated shade, with the result designed to illustrate the power of opposites in the interplay of lightness and weight. Oblic table lamp by Atelier-D filters light through a thin piece of acrylic, which creates a warm glow. The wood base is sculptural, and its angle shows off the beauty of the material. The design offers a unique contemporary look.

Atelier-D produces limited editions of contemporary objects, from lamps and tables to clocks and trays.

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