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Hate all the wires and cords sticking out of your table lamps and lying around, making your space look cluttered and messy?

Designers from HCWD studio in New York City recently invented the Brick Lamp, a minimalist, sleek and clever lamp which can be used without a cord attached. There isn't even a switch! 

See how it works in this video:

Light is activated when raised and deactivated when laid flat.

There are five different models to choose from – to match the different looks in homes – namely walnut wood, cast concrete (in light or dark grey) and aluminium (in silveror black).

The concrete Brick Lamp is made from a special mix of cement and fine grain sands, and has a smooth finish; the walnut wood model is made from a single piece of wood lumber, coated with eco-friendly clear stain for an elegant look; while the metal version is milled from a single piece of solid aluminium block. It has a matte-metallic finish and protected from rust and stain.

To charge the lamp, simply attached a USB port and plug it to the computer, laptop or wall socket and the lithium-ion built-in battery will begin to charge. Once it is fully charged, the protection circuit will automatically disconnect. Brick Lamp’s fully charged battery can last up to 5 hours with normal use.

The design of the lamp is such that the weight is perfectly distributed and can stand both vertically or horizontally.

Start using this portable and wireless lamp around your home, or simply bring it out with you for a night picnicking session!

Get your own Brick Lamp here.