Wall lights: they are complex in installation, you need an electrician: it is a messy business. Floor lamps: they have a heavy or large base, as they need to be stable.
Designed for Ligne Roset, the Hidden Agenda is lamp in the form of a plank that simply leans against the wall. The proportions, angles and lines were carefully considered through drawings, models and prototypes to realise that one simple fold was all that was needed. Its complex geometry allows the object to lock in place with no fixings. It is cleverly fitted with an individually controlled uplighter and a downlighter, to create a versatile and subtle wash of light. The extra cable neatly rolls up behind its minimal facade.
Winner of the prestigious Elle Deco Design Awards 2007.