By Lamp by Tim Mackerodt

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The curvaceous beauty of the By lamp by Tim Mackerodt is a simple form that breaks away from the boundaries of what’s inside and out. It’s made of two dome shaped glass parts; one is on the exterior and one is on the exterior where a lighting element penetrates the wall. Resembling a lit-up door knob, it gives a new perspective once it’s placed on the frame of a window.

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