London- and Verona-based designers, Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri, are the founders of Something, a design partnership that recently completed a lamp for Penta. Inspired by the instruments you’d typically find in a chemistry lab, the duo created Labo out of borosilicate glass, the material that beakers and test tubes are made from.

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The entire structure and lampshade is made from glass displaying the power cord through the stem and making it a part of the design.

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Light bounces off of the curved surface of the shade highlighting the fact that it is indeed glass.

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Labo comes in three colors and is available as a small or tall desk lamp or as a floor lamp.

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