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  • & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp V4
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    & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp V4
    Colourful lacquered steel flowerpot table lamp which is available in a wealth of colour options to suit your home. Originally designed in 1969 by Verner Panton, the original version of this colourful lamp was seen in trendy bars and restaurants and soon homes around Europe.. The flower pot with its 2 semi circular spheres facing each other has proved its lasting design quality and is just as stylish today as it was then.. Requires 1 x E27 bulb max 40 W or 7 W low energy bulb (not included).. Clear 2 metre PVC cord.
  • & TRADITION Milk Table Lamp
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    & TRADITION Milk Table Lamp
    Norm.Architects finds exciting new ways in an ancient Nordic tradition of wood and glass. Though perfectly suited as a lamp, Milk adds more than light to your home. With Milk it was Norm.Architect’s intention to create a soft light that could be placed in all corners of the home to create a cosy atmosphere. Being featured in an array of interior magazines, design blogs and on social media over t he last few years they have surely succeeded Norm.Architects finds exciting new ways in an ancient Nordic tradition of wood and glass. Though perfectly suited as a lamp, Milk adds more than light to your home. With Milk it was Norm.Architect’s intention to create a soft light that could be placed in all corners of the home to create a cosy atmosphere. Being featured in an array of interior magazines, design blogs and on social media over t he last few years they have surely succeeded. DIMENSIONS: Ø: 7.9in, H: 9.8in.
  • & TRADITION Bellevue Table Lamp
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    & TRADITION Bellevue Table Lamp
    With the Bellevue Lamp, Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen embodies the minimalism of the Modernist Movement with the functionalism of Bauhaus. Viewed as the driving force behind Danish Modernism, Jacobsen’s preference for graceful lines and simple, organic forms are readily recognisable in the Bellevue Lamp. The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original B ellevue shape in three styles: the floor lamp, desk lamp and wall lamp. To enhance their appeal in a contemporary setting are new colours and a mix of materials: satin polished brass, black with brass, anthracite with brace and versions mixing ivory or grey beige with brass. With the Bellevue Lamp, Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen embodies the minimalism of the Modernist Movement with the functionalism of Bauhaus. Viewed as the driving force behind Danish Modernism, Jacobsen’s preference for graceful lines and simple, organic forms are readily recognisable in the Bellevue Lamp. The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original B ellevue shape in three styles: the floor lamp, desk lamp and wall lamp. To enhance their appeal in a contemporary setting are new colours and a mix of materials: satin polished brass, black with brass, anthracite with brace and versions mixing ivory or grey beige with brass.
  • & TRADITION Trash Me Table Lamp
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    & TRADITION Trash Me Table Lamp
    Through globalization and the constant expansion of opportunity via the internet, people are on the move and their interest and allegiance in all things is short-lived. The concept word for the trash me table lamp design is transient. Like our current global culture, it is a product that is ephemeral. The lamp is made of paper pulp spread over a mold and left to dry. Paper is in itself a transient material. a strong concept idea leads to an extraordinary form, and in this case it is a rebirth of what the designer sees as the beauty of the utilitarian forms. It is only fitting that the name is Trash Me, meaning “please recycle me when no longer useful or desired”. & the trash me lamp can be quickly dissembled and the parts reused or recycled back into the trash to be born again as something new. Through globalization and the constant expansion of opportunity via the internet, people are on the move and their interest and allegiance in all things is short-lived. The concept word for the trash me table lamp design is transient. Like our current global culture, it is a product that is ephemeral. The lamp is made of paper pulp spread over a mold and left to dry. Paper is in itself a transient material. a strong concept idea leads to an extraordinary form, and in this case it is a rebirth of what the designer sees as the beauty of the utilitarian forms. It is only fitting that the name is Trash Me, meaning “please recycle me when no longer useful or desired”. & the trash me lamp can be quickly dissembled and the parts reused or recycled back into the trash to be born again as something new. DIMENSIONS: H: 20.6in, L: 10in, W: 6.5in.
  • & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Polished Copper
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    & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Polished Copper
    Contemporary polished copper flowerpot table lamp.. Originally designed in the 1960s, the first version of this flowerpot table lamp was seen in trendy bars and restaurants and soon homes around Europe.. The flowerpot with its 2 semi circular spheres facing each other has proved its lasting design quality and is just as stylish today as it was then.. Requires 1 x E27 bulb max 40W or 7 Watt CFL low energy bulb. . 2 metre black textile cord.
  • & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Matt Black
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    & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Matt Black
    Fashionable matt black lacquered steel flowerpot table lamp.. Originally designed in the 1960s, the first version of this table lamp was seen in trendy bars and restaurants and soon homes around Europe.. The flower pot with its 2 semi circular spheres facing each other has proved its lasting design quality and is just as stylish today as it was then.. Requires 1 x E27 bulb max 40W or 7 Watt CFL low energy bulb. . 2 metre black textile cord.
  • & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Polished Brass
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    & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Polished Brass
    Fashionable polished lacquered brass flowerpot table lamp.. Originally first created in the 1960s, the original version of this flowerpot table lamp was seen in trendy bars and restaurants and soon homes around Europe.. The flowerpot with its 2 semi circular spheres facing each other has proved its lasting design quality and is just as stylish today as it was then.. Requires 1 x E27 bulb max 40W or 7 Watt CFL low energy bulb. . 2 metre black textile cord.
  • & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Stainless Steel
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    & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Stainless Steel
    Contemporary polished stainless steel flowerpot table lamp.. Originally designed in the 1960s, the first version of this fashionable flowerpot table lamp was seen in trendy bars and restaurants and soon homes around Europe.. The flowerpot with its 2 semi circular spheres facing each other has proved its lasting design quality and is just as stylish today as it was then.. Requires 1 x E27 bulb max 40W or 7 Watt CFL low energy bulb. . 2 metre black textile cord.
  • & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Matt White
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    & Tradition Flowerpot Table Lamp VP4 Matt White
    Fashionable matt white lacquered steel flowerpot table lamp.. Originally designed in the 1960s, the first version of this creative table lamp was seen in trendy bars and restaurants and soon homes around Europe.. The flower pot with its 2 semi circular spheres facing each other has proved its lasting design quality and is just as stylish today as it was then.. Requires 1 x E27 bulb max 40W or 7 Watt CFL low energy bulb. . 2 metre white textile cord.
  • & Tradition Flowerpot Table VP3 Light Matt Grey
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    & Tradition Flowerpot Table VP3 Light Matt Grey
    Verner Panton Lacquered steel flowerpot table lamp is available in a wealth of colours to suit your home. Originally designed in 1969, the original version of this colourful lamp was seen in trendy bars and restaurants and soon homes around Europe. The flower pot with its 2 semi circular spheres facing each other has proved its lasting design quality and is just as stylish today as it was then. Requires 1 x E27 bulb max 40 W or 7 W low energy bulb. Clear 2 metre PVC cord.
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