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  • Design House Stockholm - Work Lamp
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    Design House Stockholm - Work Lamp
    The Work Lamp by Design House Stockholm is leaned on traditional construction lamps. The design doesn’t only emboss the function, but also becomes a statement here. Clever proportions and sophisticated processing form the Work Lamp by Design House Stockholm. This is how the classic of workshops and construction areas looks beautiful even in living rooms. A shining lacquer and the massive steel complete the high quality appeal. ”We wanted to make a lamp out of few material. The traditional construction lamps were the perfect models therefore: They can fall down and treated carelessly, they can be used every day for a long time. We only had to give it a better look” , explained the design team of Form Us With Love. Whether hanging, standing or laying – the Work Lamp finds its destiny on different ways. The steel made Work Lamp is equipped with a cable dimmer by Design House Stockholm. Also other common bulbs fit in the E27 socket.
  • Design House Stockholm Block Lamp
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    Design House Stockholm Block Lamp
    This lamp will make you look twice. First, because of its stylish design that dabbles in contrasts of light and color, fire and ice. Second, because it plays a trick on your eyes - the glass is highlighted by the soft light from within, and the austere industrial look of a bare bulb is softened by the crystal diffusion. This is the kind of lamp that wins awards, including: Excellent Swedish Design in 1998, the Design Plus Award at the Ambiente Trade Fair in Frankfurt, and Best New Product at the accent show in New York in 1999. It's even in MoMA. Next stop: your living room. Available with black, white or red cord. Bulb included. Comes in branded gift box.
  • Design House Stockholm - Block Lamp LED
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    Design House Stockholm - Block Lamp LED
    The Block Lamp is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) since 2000. It was designed by Harri Koskinen in 1996 and it is prepared for the future since Design House Stockholm equipped the lamp with LED technology. The lamp was watered with numerous design awards since it was first presented by Design House Stockholm. Some of the awards are the Excellent Swedish Design (1998), the Design Plus Award (1999) or the Best New Product on the Accent Show in New York (1999). The Block Lamp LED is made of – hand cast – clear glass, which is finished in a complex cool-down process, which is the reason for the illusionary appeal of an ice block. Both glass halves enclose the illuminant (E 14) of the Design House Stockholm Block Lamp LED and ensure moody illumination on the table or the floor of the corridor or the living room.
  • Design House Stockholm - Pixo Table Lamp
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    Design House Stockholm - Pixo Table Lamp
    The Fernando & Pablo Prado designed Pixo Table Lamp by Design House Stockholm is a 360 degree rotatable, compact and energy efficient LED lamp, which is ideal to be used on desks, side tables or bedside tables with its warm and bright light source. Both, the lamp’s arm and the lamp’s shade are easily turned, tilted and brought in to every thinkable position. Equipped with a practical USB-plug to charge mobile devices, Pixo supports the modern lifestyle. The 78 high performance LEDs are not only consumption-poor, but also have a long duration of 50,000 hours. Meaning 5 years, 8 months and 18 days of undisturbed illumination.
  • Design House Stockholm - Form Pendant
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    Design House Stockholm - Form Pendant
    Lamps are like people, they are happy when they aren’t alone. The Form Pendant lamp by the designers group Form Us With Love is a range of glass lamps that are stronger in a group than alone. The base of the Form Pendant consists of three mouth blown glass forms that seem to come directly out of the timeless world of the bulbs with all their industrial colours and globes. The mouth blown forms distort the image of the classic bulb on a decent way and the milky glass ensures an accordingly soft light. Individual combinations to interesting light installations of the refined pendant lamps are not only possible, but very suggested by Form Us With Love.
  • Design House Stockholm Box Light
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    Design House Stockholm Box Light
    Just open it and let the light flood out. Close it and let the shadows reign. Jonas Hakaniemi's Box Light can easily be dimmed by closing or opening the box to your specific needs. A light adjusted with the touch of a hand. Forget about dimmers, this is as straightforward as interactive design can get. "Less is more is my motto. Just touch the light! Create your own light by sliding the lid." - Jonas Hakaniemi. Jonas has a past in the graphic design business in Finland, and has always been interested in the fusion of industrial design and handicraft. Box Light was born in a workshop making a lamp by recycling a simple matchbox, a concept that now has evolved into a thorough sophistication, while still retaining the feel of eco-design and doing away with redundant technology. Available in black or brushed aluminum with plastic shade. Bulb included. Comes in branded gift box.
  • Design House Stockholm Work Lamp
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    Design House Stockholm Work Lamp
    Not as folksy as the traditional construction lamp from the garage and the workshop the Work Lamp is a more refined look for the living room. Made using thick, high quality wire, improved angles, and more of a long-lasting appearance. 24k gold and chrome plating adds character to this ready-made design, while the form and readiness preserve its blue-collar roots. Opal Bulb included (60 watt E27). Cord is 10' in length and has a dimmer and a plug. The plug can be removed and the pendant hard-wired to a ceiling rosette. Comes presented in branded gift box.
  • Design House Stockholm - Block Lamp Mini
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    Design House Stockholm - Block Lamp Mini
    This mini edition of the world famous design classic “Block Lamp” is always the selection of the hour, when one doesn’t want to renounce excellent design for space reasons. Designed in the year 1996 by the Finnish designer Harri Koskinen, the Block Lamp is represented in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Since the introduction of the block Lamp by the company Deisgn House Stockholm, the lamp has really been covered with design awards, such as the Excellent Swedish Design (1999), the Design Plus Award (1999) or the Best New Product on the Accent Show in New York (1999), to only name a few. The Block Lamp consists of hand made clear glass, produced in a sophisticated cooling process that offers the typical illusionary appeal of a huge ice cube to the lamp. Both glass halves surround the illuminant (E 12 – 230V/15W) and ensure a moody illumination on the table or as floor illumination in the corridor or the living room. Optionally also there is a wall fixture out of lacquered iron available for the Block Lamp, making the lamp an exceptional wall lamp. Because of the 10th anniversary, the Design House Stockholm published the lamp with different coloured textile covered electric cables. The illuminant is included in the delivery package!
  • Design House Stockholm - Link Table Lamp
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    Design House Stockholm - Link Table Lamp
    The Link table lamp by Design House Stockholm seems fragile but not restrained, airy but not space stealing, clear but not simple. Distinctive design elements such as the massive nuts - in the joints of the lamp’s arm of in-between – determine the appearance of Link. An exciting contrast therefore has been reached by the matt feel of the worked aluminium. The 99 high-developed, energy saving high performance LEDs, hardly create warmth and they can be adjusted as focused light beam as well as indirect illumination. Since the tension control is integrated in the rotating joints, no power cables annoy the mobility of the lamp’s arm and its possible rotation of 360 degree or its inclination angle of 180 degree. The Link table lamp by Design House Stockholm is available in several colours.
  • Design House Stockholm - Mañana Lamp
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    Design House Stockholm - Mañana Lamp
    Marie-Louise Gustafsson’s Mañana Lamp seems to come out of a comic, a brave caricature which leans at a wall and only waits for someone that switches it on. So, why shouldn’t a lamp have an own character, a demand, a will, a graphite grey sketching portrait with the power of shining like a light? Marie-Louise’s approach follows mimics of her everyday “I”, which is especially displayed in the lamp’s shade, which is adjustable. “I hardly found an idea this fast as this one, but the Mañana Lamp came like a thunder. I worked hard before an exposition and needed to relax and to change a bit my surrounding, into different forms. And suddenly came just this position, as if it came out of a sketch book. I fast ran to the Workshop!“
  • Design House Stockholm - Cord Lamp Mini
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    Design House Stockholm - Cord Lamp Mini
    Electric cables are a necessary bad as a rule. They ensure the availability of electricity for electric devices, but they moreover like to act as an easy trap or as non-aesthetic “cable salads” in the corner. Why then not making a virtue out of a lack? This is what the designers of “Form Us With Love” thought and raised the cable to being the design specialty of the Cord Lamp for Design House Stockholm. The lamp rises straight out of the cables salad and ends in a simple round or slim bulb. This optical illusion is ensured by a slim steel tube which is coated by characteristic black-white textiles. The passage of tube to cable is therewith invisible and guarantees the surprise effect when the cable comes out of the bulky mess and starts to illuminate.
  • Design House Stockholm Cord Lamp
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    Design House Stockholm Cord Lamp
    Electric cables are a necessary evil nowadays. They ensure electricity for devices, but also like to act as easy trap or as non-aesthetic “cable-salad” in edges. So why don’t use it positively? Is what the three Swedish designers of “Form Us With Love” and made the cable a carrying ornament of the Cord Lamp for Design House Stockholm. A straight lamp that grows high emerges out of the cables salad and it is crowned by a simple round or also slim bulb. This visual illusion is realized by a slim steel tube that is coated with a cable’s characteristic black-white tissue. The border between tube and cable is invisible with it. And it guarantees the surprise-effect when the cable comes out of the cable-mixture, beginning to illuminate.
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