Made from hand-cast resin and lit from within by LEDs, these modular televsion-like lamps, from Brooklyn-based design studio Glide, cast an appealing mood light. Configurable in any number of arrangements, TwistTogethers are interactive objects to boot. Stacked between shelves (like glowing cinder blocks) they integrate lighting into furniture, making for an updated version of the college bookshelf or they can form right angles to wrap around corners and tabletop edges. They're available in candy colors for a more pop feel or a "chocolate" palate that lends a 50s-era look. A set of four runs $399 or six are $585. Pick them up through Cool Hunting's 2005 Holiday Gift Guide and be sure to check out the other entries we've recently added as well.
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