Nissyoku, inspired by the astronomical phenomenon of the solar eclipse, is designed by Hungary based designstudio Igen. Igen was founded by Daniel Lorincz and Alberto Vasquez, both students Industrial design in Budapest.
The lens-shaped panels on both sides can move in multiple directions. You can easily adjust the direction and strength of the light by turning the panels, fixed on the lamp by magnets, in a preferred direction. You switch the light on and off by gently touching the metal ring in the middle.
Due to the clever design the lamp can be used as hanging chandelier, table or wall lamp. The lamp is fixed with a magnetic console and a metal ring. Using it as a wall lamp, the two panels are fixed to two metal rings, while using it as table lamp, the two panels are joined to each other. (Thx, Alex!)