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Unconventional - In the new product line of the design manufactory less'n'more, luminaires are combined with furniture and the theme of reading. Because Kai Steffens, chief designer and owner of the company, is "firmly convinced that books will always find a permanent place in homes through creative concepts." So he further developed the LED lights, the original products of less'n'more, into designs on the theme of reading furniture. The new products all have shelves or storage space for books. At the same time, highly functional and permanently installed luminaires provide optimal reading light. In addition, the light cone can be continuously adjusted via a rotatable luminaire head and precisely aligned with the help of a flexible flex shaft. In addition to a new mobile bookcase, a bedside table and a reading trolley, less'n'more will also be presenting the unusual "Bookowski" reading lamp at the upcoming imm cologne. Inspired by the famous author Charles Bukowski and his generally known pleasure in drinking, the new reading furniture can transport not only books but also a fine drop of wine. A stainless steel tray with glass holder rounds off the mobile ensemble thanks to wheels and battery light. All the new items are made of high-quality materials such as oak wood, stainless steel and leather from the region in Germany. Photo: Less'n'more | Hall 11.1, Stand E041