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Buoy is a lamp that is mainly composed of a sandbag and a wooden stick, causing a tensioning mechanism.
The lamp consists of very basic components: Modified sandbag, wooden stick, two cords, PVC lamp shade, lighting, electric cable, rubber o-rings.
The light is primarily held together by the cords. These cords run freely through holes located at the upper end of the wooden stick. All the ends of the cords are attached to the four edges of the sandbag. The weight of the sand is holding the strings under tension. This in turn allows the user to position the lamp freely in the room.
Karl Frederik Scholz,