In 1982, Maurício Klabin has created the Eclipse table lamp, as beautiful as useful. One of his preocupation was that this lamp brings a well-being sensation as "when being taken by someone's arms". But for Mauricio Klabin "the work of a designer must be beautiful, good quality and low cost". That's why he decided to wait to be able to produce this lamp in a reduced cost which makes it accessible to most of us. Years later, this lamp is finally produced by Objekto and becomes the icon of the fight of his designer for an accessible design in while entering in the prestigious Museum of Modern Art of New York!
Ingenious, the Eclipse table lamp is made from a unique band of polypropyleneone rolled up on it. You just handled it to change its shape and the orientation of the lighting. Thanks to its feet in metal, you can also modify the slope of the lamp or remove its feet and obtain a pendant. Eclipse table lamp is presented in a flat packing reminding a pizza box!