Much like tree branches, the Flow Lamp’s parts grow together resulting in a smooth and seamless silhouette designed by Andreas Kowalewski for Normann Copenhagen. The design was born from a series of drawings that looked at creating a multidirectional lamp that could also be shipped flat-packed. Despite its minimal design, the lamp manages to hide the hinge mechanism that lets the parts move around to direct the light where you need it.
The lamp easily assembles and comes apart, thanks to simple construction, allowing it to ship flat packed. It comes in black, white, or a dark green with a touch sensitive copper switch that adjusts the lamp to three settings.
The Flow Lamp was recently launched in Paris at Maison & Objet.