The Point Floor Lamp is a beautiful creation of the New Zealand-based design company Citta in collaboration with product designer Alex Buckman. The modular lamp design exudes a sophisticated look thanks to its hand-blown spherical glass lampshades. Flaunting a pared-back design, the Point floor lamp has a modular structure that gives you the liberty to assemble the fixture as you prefer.
The best part of the design is that it comes with a set of components for you to play with. A kit including a large shade, two smaller shades, connecting poles, and a base plate is provided, which allows you to create personalized shapes for the floor lamp.
The three glass-blown spherical lampshades are attached to the steel pole, which is also modular, and connected to a base plate. The lampshades are created in different sizes to allow you to play with the tiered and pared-back design.
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You can mix and match the bowls and create different configurations by attaching all three bulbous shades onto the pole, or just one or two. This will give the lighting fixture a whimsical aura that will further be imbued in your interior. Unfortunately, one lamp will only accommodate three shade spheres so the configurations may be limited.
You can get the lamp in two color combinations; one in Smokey Grey Glass, and the other one in Amber Glass. The Point lamp blends into your minimalistic needs and is adept at personalizing the home. It will cost you around $1,750.