Designed for Seletti by Alessandro Zambelli, Woodspot is a wooden table lamp with one unusual profile. At first glance I thought it resembled a shoe that Lady Gaga might wear, but it’s actually a lamp inspired by Magritte’s “The Empire of Light”, a piece that’s all about light and its power.

Woodspot: A Lamp with an Unusual Profile in main home furnishings  Category

The lamp stays in place with the help of the A-frame like design that keeps it balanced between its base and the shade. The lampshade has one edge that rests on the ground thanks to the way the angular shade is cut, leaving space for the beam of light to escape.

Woodspot: A Lamp with an Unusual Profile in main home furnishings  Category

Each lamp is assembled and varnished by hand.

Woodspot: A Lamp with an Unusual Profile in main home furnishings  Category

Woodspot: A Lamp with an Unusual Profile in main home furnishings  Category

Woodspot: A Lamp with an Unusual Profile in main home furnishings  Category

Woodspot: A Lamp with an Unusual Profile in main home furnishings  Category

Photos by Studio Badini Createam.