Acrobat Table Lamp EU Black

German Design Award 2017, Germany
Light source
Plastic, Magnetic Base, Acrylic Diffuser with Magnet
Size & Weight:
H: 16,5 x L: 44,4 x D: 6 cm
2,1 kg
Product Information:
The Acrobat Lamp consists of 2 separate parts which are held together by a strong magnet. This construction makes it possible to move the lamp part in diverse directions from the base. Acrobat is made with a permanently integrated low-energy LED light source. Be aware that the product contains a strong magnet. Construction video:

2 m textile cord with switch, matching color (grey / sand / aubergine / black).
Clean with damp cloth.
Light source:
6,5 Watt LED (included). Power: 6.5W. Light output: 455lm. Color temperature: 2800K-3200K. Ra> 80. LED lifespan - 30000hrs, Energy efficiency class: A.
Energy Label: Find it here

Acrobat Table Lamp

Acrobat is an oblong shaped table lamp with a playful, friendly and futuristic feel inspired by acrobats and the amazing things they can do physically without losing their balance. The lamp consists of two parts: a cone-shaped base and an oblong LED light source that are held together only by magnets. This allows Acrobat to adopt almost magical positions that surprise the viewer and challenge the traditional idea of an adjustable lamp.
Acrobat has a minimalistic expression and its intelligent design means that it can be used both as a direct and indirect source of lighting. Acrobat is suitable as a desk lamp or to create atmospheric lighting, depending on how the lamp is placed on its base. The transparent diffuser has a matt finish enabling Acrobat to spread a soft, diffused light and making it ideal for creating a calm and cozy atmosphere in the room.

Marc Venot

After graduating with a degree in Math and Physics from Jussieu University, Paris, Marc Venot went on to study Industrial Design at the École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle. He graduated in 2004 and worked for six years at a design agency before opening his own design studio in 2011.Marc Venot is fascinated by how objects are made and how they work. When starting a new project he always takes his starting point in an object’s use and gestures, using his background in Math and Physics as active elements throughout his work.He explaines: "Design is a good way to bring some happiness to people. It is the art of creating links between objects and people. To me a good design is an object which reveals itself with its use. It can be something magical or unexpected which creates a reaction and a feeling in people. I love simplicity and the elegance of discretion and I try to make the mechanics of a design as invisible and integrated as possible so that the use is as surprising as possible".