Eclipse: Floating lamp

With its straight-sided shade and smooth curving hand-crafted glass foot, it incorporates delicacy in the design.

The resulting play between transparency and reflection makes the floating and glowing effect even more mesmerising.


The Eclipse is designed with the focus on modernism. It consists of a hand-crafted glass foot which seems to sprout from the bottom, supporting the straight sided lampshade. The smooth curving shape gives the lamp a highly elegant composure



The lamp has a transparent glass base. Thus you can see the fabric covered power cord running inside. The drum shaped lampshade can be featured in matt black or reflective silver finishes. Both have a pearl white inner side furnishing. The lower part of the lampshade is topped with a mirror, through its openings the light flows outside. At the bottom of the lower part, there’s the fingertip light switch.


Handcrafting the glass foot


What makes this lamp floating is the integrated levitation technology. It consists out of electromagnetic components and a sophisticated control system. Next to the fact that they employ the very latest LED technology, the lamp is low in power consumption too. With a touch of your fingertip, the lamp can be dimmed to the intensity you require.



The fabric covered power cord is 2.00 meters long (6,5 feet) and is connected to the universal power adaptor with a power cable with the length of 1.85 meters (6 feet).

The standard universal power adaptor has a EU two pins power plug, but you can order an US power adaptor.

Light intensity: 300 Lux

Power consumption: 3W standby (only levitation on), 15W when the LEDs are fully on.

Demo Video's of Eclipse #2 >>