Nendo Reveals New, Adjustable Lighting for FLOS

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                                Tokyo-based <a href="" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">nendo</a> released two new lamps for <a href="" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">FLOS</a> that let you adjust and interact with them to suit your own needs. When adjusted, both black lamps, the Gaku and the Sawaru, change in composition resulting in a different look.
Gaku is a modular box outfitted with a lamp that can be changed up with the addition of various accessories. When suspended within the box, the pendant can be adjusted to any height. There’s also a matching spot light that can be moved around within the square or a directional light that stays put with a magnet and can be pointed anywhere. Additional magnetic accessories that can be added: bowls, vases, a tray, mirror, and bookends. Sawaru is a minimalist table lamp that consists of two cylinders that come together in a perpendicular fashion when in use. One features the light while the other is the base that holds the light up at
different angles – 25 degrees, 40 degrees, and 60 degrees – affecting the angle of the projection. Photos by Akihiro Yoshida.
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