British designer Ewan Cashman created a cement and wood floor lamp based on the shapes of spinning top toys that he played with as a child. It has a circular white base that tapers to a point and is attached to a long, slender wooden body. The base is made of hollow concrete and provides the weight and balance with which the lamp can be rotated 360 degrees – like a top could be. An LED light strip is located in the lamp housing and is covered with light-diffusing Plexiglas. The cement and wood sections of the light fixture are connected to a hollow steel rod that is used to carry wiring and reinforce the structure.