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Danish architect Louis Weisdorf says that he ‘specialises in versatility’ : he’s worked in almost every field of design, but it’s his lighting that we really admire. He uses moveable elements to create multifunctional pieces that always shield the eye from the glare of bare bulbs. His masterful ‘Multi-Lite’pendant lamp, recently released by Gubi, was first sketched in 1972 and consists of cylinder enclosed by two semi-spherical shade and a brass hoop.

the shades can be adjusted up and down to create four different configurations.

 

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