Born in 1968, Chicago-based ”disruptor” Scott Wilson creates emotionally resonant, yet practical objects for human use intended to positively impact the lives of those who use them. His conversion kit to transform an iPod Nano into the first “Apple Watch” was Kickstarter’s first real success story. Created through his consultancy MINIMAL, Wilson’s designs for everything from medical tools to video game systems have gone on to win recognition and awards across multiple categories including, in 2012, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for excellence.
A spherical central joint and adjustable flat disc-like diffuser give the user freedom to direct light vertically for 360 degrees.
Aluminum base and body with tilt-table methacrylate diffuser.
-Aluminum base and structure.
-Arm rotates over 360° on vertical axis.
-Adjustable diffuser in methacrylate. Can be inclined in all directions thanks to the spherical central articulation.