Retro floor lamp with adjustable shade
The Multi-Lite Floor lamp from Gubi was designed in its original form as early as 1972 by Louis Weisdorf and playfully expresses his passion for the variety of forms. The head of the floor lamp consists of three basic shapes - two immovable cylinders and a hemisphere - which are surrounded by a narrow ring. The special thing: The hemisphere is divided in two, so that the two halves can move freely and invite the user to play with shapes and light.
individually adjustable light incidence
Turning the shade halves not only changes the appearance of the luminaire, but also allows the light output to be regulated individually. If both halves are turned downwards, the light illuminates the ceiling, if they are positioned upwards, a downward directed light is created, which creates a cosy atmosphere. If you move both halves towards each other, the light can be directed in a certain direction, which is useful for reading or working, for example.
No matter how the lampshade is moved - the Multi-Lite Luminaire is always reminiscent of an artistic installation and thus enhances any ambience. Placed in the living room, bedroom or hallway, the luminaire provides individually adjustable light and also sets modern accents.
The lamp in retro design is available in other colours on request.