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  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Luxus Floor Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Luxus Floor Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/A19/E27, halogen energy saver 28–52W or comparable CFL/LED. This is an authentic collection by Fritz Hansen. Each lamp dome is embossed with “Original Kaiser-idell.” Made in Denmark.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Tiltable Floor Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Tiltable Floor Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/A19/E27, halogen energy saver 28–52W or comparable CFL/LED. This is an authentic collection by Fritz Hansen. Each lamp dome is embossed with “Original Kaiser-idell.” Made in Denmark. Adjustable stem tilts forward and back to three positions.
  • Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 215L Floor Lamp
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    Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 215L Floor Lamp
    Son of a draftsman and a homemaker, Bernard-Albin Gras was born in Saint-Raphaël, France, in 1886. He would become an engineer and tireless inventor who registered dozens of patents, including one for Lampe Gras (1921). A product of Gras’ passion to improve working conditions for hundreds of laborers in ordinary machine shops, research laboratories and design studios in the 1920s, this mobile lighting solution is capable of meeting the needs of many different users. The architect Le Corbusier seized upon the design, which satisfied the demands of his ideology about the perfect object-tool: a form reduced to its pure function, free of superfluous ornament. Corbu furnished his design offices and architectural projects with Lampes Gras, and other early adopters included Eileen Gray, Man Ray and Robert Mallet-Stevens. The cast steel frames are made without screws or welded joints; all parts contribute to utmost effectiveness of the whole.Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E12 base; 40W max. Made in China.
  • Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams Rich Brilliant Willing LED Floor Lamp
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    Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams Rich Brilliant Willing LED Floor Lamp
    “Modern is, was and will always be clever. In that spirit today, intelligence remains at the core,” says Theo Richardson, who, together with Alexander Williams and Charles Brill, founded New York-based design studio Rich Brilliant Willing (a pithy blending of surnames – Richardson, Brill and Williams) in 2007. RBW has quickly gained recognition for its cerebral designs, which emphasize the exploration of form, reinventing familiar objects with basic. Similarly, composition of each part of the Rich Brilliant Willing LED Floor Lamp (2012) is based on its application. A wooden rectangular-prism shade adds warmth at the light source; a tubular steel arm lends strength and a twist – at the tip, an audio jack allows the shade to rotate 360 degrees – and a steel disc at the base provides support. Ships flat. Simple assembly required. ETL Listed. Bulb (included): LED. Total power consumption 9 watts. Made in China.
  • Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Floor Lamp
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    Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Floor Lamp
    Poul Henningsen’s PH 3/2 Floor Lamp (1927) is a member of the PH 3-shade family, a series of light fixtures designed by Henningsen to produce glare-free and economically distribute light. The three glass shades of the PH 3/2 Floor Lamp are arranged in a relationship of 3:2:1, drawing their reflections over a logarithmic spiral, which places the light source directly in the spiral’s focal point. Allowing most of the light to reflect outward and downward from the matte undersides, the glass shades enable 12% of the light to penetrate and contribute to the overall room lighting. The result is a soft, evenly distributed glare-free glow. Bulb (not included): 100W/120V/A19.
  • Verner Panton Fun 1 Floor Lamp
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    Verner Panton Fun 1 Floor Lamp
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulb (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Pablo Pardo Lim L Floor Lamp
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    Pablo Pardo Lim L Floor Lamp
    The ultra slim LIM (2009), aka light in motion, LED floor light by San Francisco-based Pablo Pardo is elemental in structure yet provides multiple configurations for residential, workspace and hospitality applications. Its refined and elegant arm attaches via a magnet and conceals an array of high-powered LEDs, which create a brilliant yet warm white light source. This sustainable lighting solution employs minimal material while offering a high level of light control and energy efficiency. Bulbs (included): 3300K high-output LED array with optical diffusing film. Made in China. Optional add-on LED arm can be ordered separately. Reposition arms to achieve different heights and tilt adjustment as needed. High/low/off touch control. Detachable power adaptor. Awards include 2009 Best of NeoCon® Silver and iF 2010 Product Design Award. LEDs have a life span of up to 50,000 hours and are 85% more efficient than incandescent lamps. 2010 California Energy Mandate compliant.
  • Peter Stathis Tube Top Floor Lamp
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    Peter Stathis Tube Top Floor Lamp
    Inspired by the simplicity and utility found in a pair of serving tongs, designer Peter Stathis created his Tube Top Lamp (2006). The satisfying composition features a transparent acrylic base that supports a lightweight mesh shade held in place by tension. The effect is that of a floating form over a barely visible base, tethered only by a fabric-covered cord. Bulb (included): one white incandescent 60W/120V/G16.5/candelabra base. Made in U.S.A. White shade with charcoal base option is On/off full-range dimmer. Stathis’ work is included in the permanent collections of the Cranbrook Art Museum, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and MoMA in New York.
  • Greta Grossman Grasshopper Floor Lamp
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    Greta Grossman Grasshopper Floor Lamp
    Swedish architect and designer Greta Magnusson Grossman broke through gender barriers to embark on a prolific career. In 1940, she and her husband immigrated to the United States, where her approach to Swedish modernism struck a chord with single, professional women who felt that she understood their needs and sensibilities. She opened a store on Rodeo Drive, where her furniture and accessories quickly drew the attention of clients such as Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen. In the 1950s, she founded her architecture office and designed 14 homes – 13 in California and one in Sweden – each one a showcase for her quietly dramatic approach. The Grasshopper Lamp (1948) has a lithe frame and an elongated conical shade that rotates to direct light where needed. This is an authentic Grossman lamp, produced to the designer’s original specifications. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/E12 or comparable CFL. Made in Denmark. Matte White is a.
  • Pablo Pardo Cortina 60" Floor Lamp
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    Pablo Pardo Cortina 60" Floor Lamp
    Defined by a structural and material simplicity, the Cortina Floor Lamps and Table Lamp (2000) by Pablo Pardo simultaneously contain and diffuse light. The compact polycarbonate shade is virtually architectural, a thin rectangle of transparency that delineates the form and filters light through an external fabric diffuser, which is stretched over the top, down to the base. The floor lamps may be tucked beside a sofa, or placed in a corner, being well suited to today's versatile environments in which efficiency of space and versatility are key, while the table lamp provides unique secondary lighting on a bedside table or reception desk. Bulbs included: two 60W par 16 halogen. Full-range dimmer.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp
    An innovative take on a hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps for Flos (1998) to provide a range of blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Like the rest of the series, the Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that's externally acid etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. With a grey fabric-covered power cord and silver painted steel stem discreetly supporting the diffuser, the F1 gives the illusion of floating in air. A continuous 0-100% dimmer on the cord allows for instant adjustment of light intensity. UL listed. Bulb (included): halogen 150W/T10/E26 or comparable CFL/LED. Made in U.S.A.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Floor Lamp
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    Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Floor Lamp
    Handblown glass is given a curvaceous, organic form in the Logico Collection (2002), designed by Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert. Available in an assortment of styles, Logico’s neutralcan suit interiors from modern to traditional. Satined glass shade offers diffuse light. Touch-sensitive dimmer. Bulbs (not included): three 75W/E26/A19W. UL listed.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Mega Floor Lamp, Black Finish
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    Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Mega Floor Lamp, Black Finish
    Rather than develop his career within a single design discipline – be it industrial, furniture, interior, lighting or architectural design – Michele De Lucchi chose to move freely among them all, creating door pulls for Valli Colombo, laptops for Olivetti and tape dispensers for Pelikan while designing banks in Germany and apartment buildings in Japan. His Tolomeo Lamp (1987), designed in collaboration with Artemide’s R&D department head Giancarlo Fassina, was honored with the Compasso d’Oro Award in 1989, earning worldwide recognition for its perfect marriage of design and engineering. Since then, the Tolomeo Collection has grown to include an assortment of sizes and styles, including the Mega Floor Lamp launched in 2002. The Tolomeo Lamp begins with a heavy base and ends with a pivoting shade. In between, the multi-armed body is fully adjustable, with steel tension cables providing infinite positions in which the lamp can be held. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/E26/G40. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Tri-Arm Floor Lamp
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    Tri-Arm Floor Lamp
    In the 1950s, the three-arm floor lamp became one of the iconic designs of mid-century modernism, praised for its combination of smart functionality and industrial aesthetic. A single sleek form, these lamps provide both directional and ambient illumination, satisfying a multitude of lighting needs in any setting. New lighting collections were quick to add this must-have multifunctional piece to their assortment, and the popularity of the three-arm floor lamp continues to this day. We designed our Tri-Arm Floor Lamp (2011) to suit the furniture in our assortment and added unique features like perforated shades for improved light quality and reduced heat build-up from the bulbs. This Lamp stands on a sturdy black base, the three arms are adjustable, and the leather-wrapped handles add material interest while also serving as counterweights to the shades. A slide dimmer switch operates the three lamps. Bulbs (not included): 60W max. Made in China.
  • Greta Grossman Cobra Floor Lamp
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    Greta Grossman Cobra Floor Lamp
    Swedish architect and designer Greta Magnusson Grossman broke through gender barriers to embark on a prolific career. In 1940, she and her husband immigrated to the United States, where her approach to Swedish modernism struck a chord with single, professional women who felt that she understood their needs and sensibilities. She opened a store on Rodeo Drive, where her furniture and accessories quickly drew the attention of clients such as Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen. In the 1950s, she founded her architecture office and designed 14 homes – 13 in California and one in Sweden – each one a showcase for her quietly dramatic approach. The Cobra Lamp (1950), with a profile evoking the flared hood of its namesake, has a flexible tubular arm and an oval shade that rotates 360 degrees to direct light where needed. This is an authentic Grossman lamp, produced to the designer’s original specifications. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/E12 or comparable CFL. Made in Denmark.
  • Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby Tab Floor Lamp
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    Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby Tab Floor Lamp
    The Tab Floor Lamp (2007) is the work of the award-winning British design team of Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. Known for their ability to blend design integrity, substance and modernity, the designers have brought their know-how to a variety of industries over the last decade, designing everything from lighting and furniture to restaurants, drink bottles and electronics. The two met while studying architecture at The Royal College of Art in London, and they established Barber & Osgerby in 1996. They designed the Tab Floor Lamp to have a die-cast aluminum body and a porcelain reflector that pivots, allowing you to direct the light where you need it most. Bulb: 14-LED 5W/120V, 3000K, 425 lm, CRI 80.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Floor Lamp
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    Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Floor Lamp
    Rather than develop his career within a single design discipline – be it industrial, furniture, interior, lighting or architectural design – Michele De Lucchi chose to move freely among them all, creating door pulls for Valli Colombo, laptops for Olivetti and tape dispensers for Pelikan while designing banks in Germany and apartment buildings in Japan. His Tolomeo Lamp (1987), designed in collaboration with Artemide’s R&D department head Giancarlo Fassina, was honored with the Compasso d’Oro Award in 1989, earning worldwide recognition for its perfect marriage of design and engineering. Since then, the Tolomeo Collection has grown to include an assortment of sizes and styles, each one beginning with a heavy base and ending with a pivoting shade. In between, the multi-armed body is fully adjustable, with steel tension cables providing infinite positions in which the lamp can be held. Bulb (not included): incandescent 100W/E26/A19. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Peter Bowles Hector Floor Lamp
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    Peter Bowles Hector Floor Lamp
    Drawn to the translucency and versatility of bone china, Peter Bowles saw an opportunity to create something other than tableware with this time-honored material. The result is his Hector Collection (1992), which is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, these china shades have a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light, and the pivoting shades allow you to direct the light as you wish. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Original BTC collection, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. The Hector Collection is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulb (not included): 40W/GLS/E26. Made in England.
  • Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Toio Floor Lamp
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    Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Toio Floor Lamp
    A 300-watt car headlamp was the inspiration behind Toio (1962), designed by Achille Castiglioni and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. The Toio was part of the brothers ready-made objects series, and included the use of parts of a fishing pole in addition to the headlamp imported from the U.S. Placed along the lamp's nickel-plated brass hexagonal stem are fishing rod rings used to guide the electrical cord from bulb to transformer. This transformer acts as ballast by being located at the base of the height-adjustable stem (the bulb is not tilt adjustable). A cleat on the base is provided to keep the cord neatly coiled when the lamp is adjusted to a lower height. Toio is part of the permanent collection at MoMA in New York. Bulb (included): incandescent 300W/120V/Par56/MFL. Made in Italy.
  • Tripod Floor Lamp
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    Tripod Floor Lamp
    The Tripod Floor Lamp (2008), with its satisfying proportions and refined details, has all the potential of a classic. Its cord is coyly hidden down one leg, for an uninterrupted line. Three thin legs, each with a rubber glide at its base, support a perfectly balanced fabric shade. The shade is neatly sewn with flat, finished seams and its punched metal diffuser simultaneously softens and reflects the light. The clear cord has a foot-controlled, full-range dimmer. Simple assembly required. Bulbs (not included): three incandescent 60W/120V/E26/A19.
  • Serge Mouille One-Arm Floor Lamp
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    Serge Mouille One-Arm Floor Lamp
    Serge Mouille designed his angular, insect-like lights as "a reaction to the Italian models that were beginning to invade the market in 1950," which he criticized for being "too complicated." One-Arm Floor Lamp (1953) is a less-imposing interpretation of his original Three-Arm Floor Lamp and maintains the original's kinetic, sculptural aesthetic. All of his lighting solutions feature Mouille's hallmark signatures as a designer: the way the arms are joined to the diffusers, the washer and six-sided screw hardware, the form of the reflectors, and the refined lines of the steel tubing. Bulb (not included): 75W/E26. Made in France. Offers focused lighting in a slim profile. Shades are produced using the original molds, proportions,and techniques. Each lamp is stamped and numbered.
  • Serge Mouille Three-Arm Floor Lamp
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    Serge Mouille Three-Arm Floor Lamp
    Serge Mouille designed his angular, insect-like lights as "a reaction to the Italian models that were beginning to invade the market in 1950," which he criticized for being "too complicated." His large-scale Three-Arm Floor Lamp (1952) has a kinetic, sculptural aesthetic that evokes a sense of movement in space. All of the arms can be rotated in various directions, allowing for ample, well-directed lighting for any task. Mouille designed the Three-Arm Lamp for a client whose instructions were simply, "I want a big light because I have clients in South America who have huge rooms." All of his lighting solutions feature Mouille's hallmark signatures as a designer: the way the arms are joined to the diffusers, the washer and six-sided screw hardware, the form of the reflectors, and the refined lines of the steel tubing. Bulb (not included): 75W/E26. Made in France. Three arms can be adjusted in any direction. Shades are produced using the original molds, proportions,and techniques. Each lamp is stamped and numbered.
  • Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Arco Floor Lamp
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    Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Arco Floor Lamp
    As a lecturer at the Politecnico di Milano in the 1980s, Achille Castiglioni would implore his students to "Start from scratch. Stick to common sense. Know your goals and means." He clearly took his own advice when he, with his elder brother Pier Giacomo, designed the dramatic Arco Floor Lamp (1962). Inspired by a streetlight, the Arco cleverly provides overhead lighting without requiring ceiling suspension, its polished shade extending nearly seven feet to accommodate a dining table or sofa beneath the light source. Aware that the 78-pound lamp would be difficult to move, the designers smartly placed a hole in the base to accommodate a broom handle. They also gave the Arco an adjustable arc and swiveling shade for precise lighting control. As groovy as it is elegant, the lamp's iconic status was sealed when it appeared on screen alongside Sean Connery in Diamonds Are Forever and in The Italian Job (apropos). The Arco is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. Bulb (included): incandescent 100W/120V/A21SB. Made in Italy.
  • Mariano Fortuny Lamp
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    Mariano Fortuny Lamp
    “It is not the quantity, but the quality of light, that makes things visible,” said Spanish designer Mariano Fortuny. Trained as a painter, he was also an accomplished and innovative couturier, architect, inventor, set designer and lighting technician. The Delphos gown he designed in 1907 continues to shape women’s fashion today, and the textiles company he founded in 1921 is still going strong. His patented cyclorama dome made it possible to change stage lighting instantly from bright sky to faint dusk, and his reflector lamp works on the same principle. A product of his lighting expertise, the height-adjustable Fortuny Lamp (1907) lets you direct light as desired with its sizable rotating shade. This imposing piece works to striking effect in large spaces such as restaurants, reception rooms and open-plan living areas. Dimmer switch on cord affords easy on-off access. Bulb (included): dimmable incandescent 500W/120V/E40. Made in Italy.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F2 Floor Lamp
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F2 Floor Lamp
    An innovative take on a hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps for Flos (1998) to provide a range of blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Like the rest of the series, the Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that's externally acid etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. With a grey fabric-covered power cord and silver painted steel stem discreetly supporting the diffuser, the F1 gives the illusion of floating in air. A continuous 0-100% dimmer on the cord allows for instant adjustment of light intensity. UL listed. Bulb (included): halogen 100W/T8/E26 or comparable CFL/LED. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F3 Floor Lamp
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F3 Floor Lamp
    An innovative take on a hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps for Flos (1998) to provide a range of blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Like the rest of the series, the Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that's externally acid etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. With a grey fabric-covered power cord and silver painted steel stem discreetly supporting the diffuser, the F1 gives the illusion of floating in air. A continuous 0-100% dimmer on the cord allows for instant adjustment of light intensity. UL listed. Bulb (included): halogen 150W/T10/E26 or comparable CFL/LED. Made in U.S.A.
  • Pablo Pardo Elise 80" Floor Lamp
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    Pablo Pardo Elise 80" Floor Lamp
    The design is as clean as anything produced by the Bauhaus, yet the purity of the Elise Floor Lamp (2004) has a softer edge very much in tune with today's sensibilities. Its creator is Pablo Pardo, a San Francisco-based industrial designer whose award-winning work centers around simplicity and utility. The Elise achieves both. It's a quietly beautiful lamp constructed of a finely machined aluminum base and translucent tubular diffuser that's neutral enough for a wide range of interiors. The floor lamp is a dramatic accent in a foyer, gallery or loft space. Bulb (included): 90W/Par 38 Sportlight/120 volt. Made in U.S.A. Sheds diffused light. Dimmer switch. Freestanding with heavy base.
  • Drink Floor Lamp
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    Drink Floor Lamp
    A modernist revision of the halogen torchiere, the Drink Floor Lamp (2004) represents both functional and aesthetic advances. Inspired by the simple, iconic form of a long-stemmed wine glass, the lamp's tall shade effectively protects the incandescent bulb while still allowing for efficient light-shedding. At nearly six feet tall, the design provides bright, crisp white uplighting for spaces with average ceiling heights of 8 to 12 feet. A touch-sensitive dimmer, located on the stem, adjusts light to suit the task. A heavy steel base guards against tipping. Bulb (not included): compact halogen 150W/E26. Made in Italy.
  • Paolo Rizzatto Costanza Floor Lamp
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    Paolo Rizzatto Costanza Floor Lamp
    Paolo Rizzatto’s Costanza Floor Lamp (1986) has been copied so frequently, it has become an archetype of modern lighting. Costanza’s square brushed-aluminum base firmly holds a telescoping adjustable stem. The innovative power switch/dimmer is a sensorial aluminum bar, requiring only a slight touch to adjust the light intensity and turn the lamp on and off. The polycarbonate shade, which is held together with aluminum rivets, offers a warm, diffused light and is easy to clean. Costanza is made by Luceplan, the award-winning Italian lighting company that was founded in 1978 by Rizzatto, Riccardo Sarfatti and Sandra Severi. Bulb (not included): incandescent 100W/A-19. Made in Italy. The telescoping stem is adjustable from 47-63". A sleek sensorial bar (just below the lampshade) is both a dimmer and on/off switch. Touch-sensitive dimmer offers four levels of light intensity.
  • Arne Jacobsen AJ Floor Lamp
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    Arne Jacobsen AJ Floor Lamp
    Arne Jacobsen created his AJ Floor Lamp (1960) to echo the oblique angles of his Series 3300 furniture, which included the Egg Chair and the Swan Chair. The heavy cast iron base of the lamp is a sloped wedge with a circular cutout that was originally designed to hold an ashtray, but is equally successful left empty, as it mirrors the shape of circles and cylinders found throughout the series. To maximize the lamp's functionality as a reading light, Jacobsen created a shade that tilts up or down, directing maximum light to where it's needed. Like the Swan and Egg chairs, the AJ Floor Lamp was designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, for which Jacobsen designed every element, from the skyscraper structure to the stainless steel cutlery. Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/120V/A19 frosted.
  • Pablo Pardo Brazo Floor Lamp
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    Pablo Pardo Brazo Floor Lamp
    Made from LEDs and recyclable aluminum, Pablo Pardo’s innovative Brazo Floor Lamp (2006) uses the same body as his Brazo Table Lamp, but with an extension piece for added height. The first LED light to feature an optical film lens for focus control, Brazo provides both a variable beam spread and focused directional light. In the shape of an inverted “L,” Brazo’s top arm lets you turn an outer aluminum layer over the white LEDs to focus the light as much or as little as is desired. This energy-efficient lighting solution is 97% recyclable. Made in China. The top piece freely rotates and also tilts up to 90 degrees. Height adjustable with a dimmer knob. Uses 18 high-output LEDs, which have an estimated life of 20 years with normal use. The simple, svelte Brazo won the 2007 Best of Competition Award at the Neocon Contract Furniture Exposition – a first for a lighting design.
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