Markus Michalski’s Pillo Lamp Unfolds As A Fort

Featured here is a contemporary mode of living, which is aptly described by designer Markus Michalski as a “furniture or micro architecture.” Christened as Pillo, it falls essentially as a part of a series of carbon fiber rods roofed in textile that can be effortlessly extended or warped for easy transfer. Direct a beam of light there and you will feel the warmth. This pillo lamp unwraps as a little fort for adults that can also perform as an inimitable focal spot and illumination foundation in a room. Visibly, the mention of word “concept” next to it poses a big question about its early availability. But no one has stopped us from admiring concepts and applauding deserving designers behind them.

Via Gizmodo
Pillo Lamp

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