Yves Béhar for Herman Miller 'Leaf' LED lamp designed 2005 produced in 2009.
The Leaf lamp was one of Herman Miller’s first forays into lighting and the piece is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. The body of the piece is made of red enameled steel. It has a touch control at its base that turns the lamp on and off with a dimming affect as well as being able to choose the light temperature. Fully articulating arm that folds in half and raises straight up with a swiveling base. In excellent working condition showing minor scuffs and scratches. Its Y2K at its best and an exceptional desk lamp.