Ah, there's nothing better than sleeping all twisted up in an airplane seat, with the gentle glow around the edges of the little plastic window shutter interrupting your snooze-time. Oh wait a minute— that's rubbish... bed is way better. But clearly designer Charles Cha prefers the airplane effect, since that's what his Jet-Setter Lite is all about. It's a selectable wall-lamp or uplighter that re-creates that window lighting in your home, controlled by a lever that adjusts the direction of the light cast by its LED lamps. It even looks like a plane window and comes in a swish "1950's jet age" polished metal frame. Weird, and thankfully just a concept. [Yanko design]