The Pendant Lamp Emperors Lamp is a lamp with a philosophical background. It catches your eye immediately as the light is basically little more than the skeleton of a lamp. Only the naked, unprotected bulb can be seen through the skeleton.
The designers from Design Dessert wanted to consider the topics of visibility and invisibility in this design. Thereby, they are referring in particular to the conflict between the objectively viewable and the subjectively perceptible.
The Emperors Lamp approaches this topic by only hinting at the lampshade, its design is however left to the wishes and perceptions of the viewer. The shade seems invisible objectively, but for the observer there is a pattern on the wall behind it or another motif. The shape of the shade could also represent a simple flower blossom. The imagination is unlimited!
And although the real lampshade is missing, the Emperors Lamp is a fully-fledged lamp. Furthermore it encourages us to think and poses the question of the relation between the objective reality and subjective perception of the observer.
The Emperors Lamp consists of a powder-coated steel frame that is available in black, green, yellow, fuchsia, lemon and coffee.