jinseok hwang: lobot desk lamp
jinseok hwang: lobot desk lamp jinseok hwang: lobot desk lamp
jun 03, 2011

jinseok hwang: lobot desk lamp

‘lobot’ desk lamps by jinseok hwang image © designboom

the initial and iconic product from studioLOBOT, the ‘lobot’ desk lamp by korean designer jinseok hwang mirrors the movements of humanoid robot mechanics. named after a combination of ‘lighting’ and ‘robot’, the lobot desk lamp features an LED lighting source and an adjustable anodized aluminum body to accommodate the modern task environment.

‘lobot’ desk lamps at ICFF new york design week 2011 image © designboom

designer jinseok hwang portrait © designboom

image courtesy of studioLOBOT

image courtesy of studioLOBOT

image courtesy of studioLOBOT

image courtesy of studioLOBOT

image courtesy of studioLOBOT

image courtesy of studioLOBOT

  • Dear Sir,
    Wishing you for your best I am like the the physical dimensions of light very attractive. The use of Boom type stand is allow to comfortable use of it. and the black body is also very supportive to use. I am really like it.
    Thanks to show me. But its also proposed that the angle rods are must to be very hard material(s). so it can not be band any time. please be un notice if any thing wrong in these lines.

    Raju Mishra says:
  • Well done!

    Hannes Grebin says:
  • Nice work, very playful!!!

    Dana C says:

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