Reverse Pickup Table Lamp, the lamp inspired by a vinyl turntable

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3 October 2018

Like a real record on a record player, which starts to sound when it is turned on, the marble record of the Reverse Pickup Table Lamp lights up when it turns.

ADD Architecture Studio has created the Reverse Pickup Table Lamp, a lamp inspired by a vinyl turntable, which just like this one has a spinning record.

The project takes up the concept of sound transmission linked to the movement of the vinyl in contact with the needle. In the same way the table lamp is formed by two bronze arches, which act as a guide, in the middle of which flows a marble disc that gradually illuminates. The more this rotates on the base, the more it lights up.

The disc is available in three interchangeable colors and consists of two marble discs in the middle of which was placed a led ribbon powered by the contact with the bronze base.

A design object with clean and elegant lines that thanks to the movement allows you to create a soft play of light and shadow.

When the lamp reaches its maximum illumination, and therefore the record is at its maximum distance from the starting point, it will really look like a turntable, but put vertically. This position gives life to the name Reverse Pickup Table Lamp.

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