Much like tree branches, the Flow Lamp’s parts grow together resulting in a smooth and seamless silhouette designed by Andreas Kowalewski for Normann Copenhagen. The design was born from a series of drawings that looked at creating a multidirectional lamp that could also be shipped flat-packed. Despite its minimal design, the lamp manages to hide the hinge mechanism that lets the parts move around to direct the light where you need it.

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The lamp easily assembles and comes apart, thanks to simple construction, allowing it to ship flat packed. It comes in black, white, or a dark green with a touch sensitive copper switch that adjusts the lamp to three settings.

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The Flow Lamp was recently launched in Paris at Maison & Objet.

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