The iconic ‘Pausania’ desk lamp, designed in 1982 by Ettore Sottsass. Probably one of the most progressive lamps from the Memphis era. Gives very nice warm and atmospheric light when lit. Sotsass used ambiguous post-modern collage techniques by setting two chrome pillars on a tiered pedestal, carrying a layered roof that is reminiscent of a 1920s bus stop. This interpretation may not be universal, but it shows exemplary that compelling postmodern designs are intelligent and can be distinguished by unobtrusive ambiguity.