Table lamp Morris slightly unbalances the perfect symmetry of a cube. How? Subtly, by fixing the perforated cube not in the middle, but in the enveloping frame. That frame is, following the example of its core, also a cube. Only the designers here have opted to shape only the sides and to leave the rest implicit. Both cubes are made of high-quality metal. The inner volume consists of perforated surfaces. The openings provide limited insight into the construction of the light bulb, which seems to grow from a corner. The diffuse light finds its way out through all these holes. With a general, cosy glow as the result.