The Anisha table lamp that we wrote about during the Salone del Mobile is now available in the US.
Designed by Spanish studio Lievore Altherr Molina, this elliptical table lamp surrounds empty space, and with the touch of a button, fills with light. In Argentinean Spanish “anisho” means ring, but the name “Anisha” is also a tribute to the Indian artist Anish Kapoor, famous for his works with their primordial, rounded shapes and lively, striking colors.
The technical aspects of the lamp is quite interesting. Foscarini preserved the minimalism of the lamp’s form with a LED bulb housed inside the upper part of the lamp, perfectly integrated and camouflaged within the structure.
Anisha is available in small (US$591) or large (US$800), whether for bedside tables of for larger work surfaces. Also select from red or white. All prices approximate.
Images provided by Foscarini, used with permission.
How eye-catching! I see a similar design trait in the Dyson air blade. I like how daily objects are being reshaped from their precedents we have all become accustomed to.