As seen in today’s New York Times.

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In today’s Times, Tim McKeough goes lamp shopping with Daniel Libeskind, who believes a task light must meet two criteria. “‘First of all, it has to be something beautiful,’ he said, ‘because it’s an object that sits on a table.’ But it also has to be functional, not only ‘in terms of the kind of light it throws,’ he said, but also ‘how you change the light and how you move the lamp.’”

One of his favorites was the Tripod Desk Lamp by Serge Mouille. “Even after all these years, he said, its sculptural appeal still felt forward-looking. In fact, he speculated, ‘the designer of the space shuttle may have seen this lamp.’”

Libeskind also liked the Tab Lamp by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for Flos and the Mix Lamp by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto for Luceplan.