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Tokujin Yoshioka ToFU Lamp

The minimalist ToFU lamp becomes complete with the insertion of the illuminant. 
ToFU’s significance is manifested through light, not the lamp itself. 
Tokujin Yoshioka

ToFU Lamp is a study in minimalism at its finest. 
Lamps aren't usually something which people worry about too much.
Most will be happy with any kind of lamp but for those design minded people out there
who worship minimalist art and design, this is a lamp you will love.
This iconic masterpiece of design was featured in the Wall Street Journal as
one of the greatest icons of minimalist modern design and is exhibited in
the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.

ToFU was designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, one of the foremost practitioners 
of refined minimalist design and art.  ToFu expresses the essence of good design 
and plays perhaps a bit homage to the minimalist art of Donald Judd.  
This ultra sleek monolithic block made of crystal clear methacrylate is 
deprived from any unnecessary decorative components.
Tokujin Yoshioka's ToFU Lamp is a successful study in minimalism,
an understated ode to refined simplicity and timeless elegance.