Designed as an interactive object that encourages the user to manipulate it, the Thésée lamp by Franck Dardé bears a reference to Greek mythology for its name. It recalls the famous myth of Ariadne, daughter of Minos king of Crete, who helped Theseus in overcoming the Minotaur. Like Theseus, the beautiful lighting fixture fights darkness in the maze of your living room. Born from the meeting of the object lamp with the power cable, the Thésée can also be rolled on the ground in a playful way with its cable. The Thésée lamp is made from wood collected from sustainably managed forests, and it comes complete with a bulb. The playful Thésée lamp sells for €230.