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Flat Packed Lamp Doesn’t Come From You Know Where

Flat Packed Lamp Doesn’t Come From You Know Where

Flat Lamp (Images courtesy gSelect)
By Andrew Liszewski

Though it will arrive at your home packed completely flat, this appropriately named Flat Lamp has no affiliation with a certain Swedish furniture and accessories store. Made of stainless steel and veneer polypropylene, the lamp can be converted from 2D to 3D in minutes, and the only thing you’ll need to add is electricity and a light bulb. It’s available in dark veneer, light veneer, red and white finishes from gSelect for $72.

[ Flat Lamp ] VIA [ Better Living Through Design ]







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6 responses to “Flat Packed Lamp Doesn’t Come From You Know Where”

  1. charliehorse43 says:

    So not useful.

  2. mcman says:

    Well, at least when it catches fire it won't give off toxins. Polypro is pretty clean burning and dripping.

  3. Jessicat says:

    $72 for a lamp that i have to put together… yea…. ummm no thanks

  4. chaosoldier says:

    So basically you pay $70 for a bunch of metal and plastic veneer so that you can then assemble it, and then find you need to provide all the electrical components yourself and have to go back out and spend another $15-20 on that.. I think not.

  5. dubzilla says:

    i think that it would be cheaper to get the materials and build it my self but hey what do i know

  6. dubzilla says:

    i think that it would be cheaper to get the materials and build it my self but hey what do i know