Joshua Howe Design has just released his new O-Votto Table Lamp, made of steel, plastic and concrete. A two-toned plastic light diffuser rotates 360 degrees, allowing the user to change the amount of light that the lamp gives off. Additionally, the small perforated stainless steel bulb cover rotates around the socket concealing unwanted “hot-spots” and is easily attached or detached with a simple clipping mechanism.

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

O-Vottos atop the WF-Magazine Side Table also by Joshua Howe.

I like the combination of the solid, concrete base and the thin, steel arm—it makes the light feel solid. The way he’s designed the light, it seems to go from heavy and thick to thin and light as your eye moves up to the airy shade.

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

The O Votto Lamp by Joshua Howe Design in main home furnishings  Category

This new lamp and more pieces by Joshua can be purchased directly through his studio and/or at culture+commerce project in Hudson, NY.