Design DNA does its work
BREAKING NEWS -- Well, okay, maybe not. But it's news to me. Exciting news, in a stop-what-I'm-doing (which, technically speaking, was goofing around) kind of way. Sir James Dyson (a very dear friend of mine - see below) has, apparently, an equally brilliant and handsome son, Jake, who designs spleniforous lighting.
The Motorlight Floorlight is described as the world's first variable angle uplight, allowing the user to adjust the beam angle between 8 and 60 degrees. As an aluminium wheel at the front of the luminaire rotates, the outer reflector raises and lowers, increasing and decreasing beam span. Controls on the back of the light allow the angle to be fixed, or set to continually create waves of light. The CSYS LED task light is a dimmable LED that produces a bright warm white, and its makers claim it will perform for upwards of 37 years.
Love them both. Sadly, they're not (yet) sold at any Canadian retail spots. Take a look. Magnificent, no?