Verto Standing Lamp by Naoto Fukasawa for Belux

“Lights are the most demanding of fittings. Although an important element in any architecture as well as objects of interior design itself, lights are also subjected to great demands on their physical appearance and atmospheric lighting effect,” demonstrates Swiss lighting manufacturer, Belux, of the art of choosing the proper source of interior illumination. Thanks to their latest lighting design that goes by the name of Verto, the standing lamp satisfies our office or home space by working with the modern architecture that surrounds us.

Verto standing lamp. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa. Manufactured by Belux.

Tall and Efficient LED Lighting that Shines on Two Workplaces

Using a mere 80-watt lightbulb, the design of the Verto standing lamp by Naoto Fukasawa helps shine the efficient source of lighting into not one, but two workplaces, according to their description. Due to its shining LED efficiency and tall stature, it’s no wonder then that the Verto’s sleek appearance comes in a trio of divine, wet-painted finishes: White, Black or Aluminum color.

Verto standing lamp. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa. Manufactured by Belux.

Instead of observing the Verto as yet another office lamp with maximum efficiency, notice the playful base to that Fukasawa employed. Instead of a solid square or circular base, my favorite part of the design is its “birdy foot” base, as I’ll refer to it, which features two “toes” perfectly balanced with its high lamp that cantilevers out from the stick thin structure.

Verto standing lamp. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa. Manufactured by Belux.

Lighten up with the tall, slender Verto standing lamp whose LED efficiency (and playful design of its birdy feet base) create the ideal lamp for the office or home setting.

About the Manufacturer: Belux is a Swiss lighting company that began back in 1970 by Thomas Egloff. His desire to constantly innovate and improve lighting design resulted in one of the biggest, most well known lighting manufacturers known for collaborating with big name designers such as Frank Gehry, Herzog & De Meuron, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Naoto Fukasawa and Hella Jongerius, among others. For over thirty years, Thomas Egloff built the company into an a manufacturer of high-quality designer lamps that has now been partnered with Vitra since 2001.

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