Impossibly cool: MCE lamp by Note Design Studio

Note Design Studio launched the MCE lamp. Named after Dutch graphic artist M.C.Escher, the lamp has a wooden frame inspired by the artist’s “impossible structures” mathematical illustrations and optical illusions. Available in two sizes, the lamp’s frame accommodates a large blown glass bowl shade that hides the light source. The two-piece design allows the light to be directed by tilting the glass shade within the wooden frame.

Note is a Stockholm-based design studio founded in 2008. 

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