FLOS has teamed up with Nendo to introduce Gaku, a modular lamp that acts as a cross between light and accessory. Meant to be used as a multi-functional lamp and piece of furniture, Gaku (which means frame in Japanese) is infinitely customizable, offering a glimpse into the personality of the user.
The either natural ash or black-stain frame hosts and interacts with the lightsource as well as a variety of five matching accessories: a bowl, vase, key bowl, mirror and bookend. Using the power of magnets, the user can arrange their Gaku like a mini room to meet their needs.
Gaku is available in two versions. One offers an adjustable-height pendant light attached to the inside-top of the frame, while the other has a wireless light with up to 48 hours of battery - charged via wireless induction built into the frame, allowing the user to position the lamp freely when lighting is needed elsewhere.