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  • Flos - Bedside Gun
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    Flos - Bedside Gun
    Unusual, provocative, socialcritical and political is the Gun-Lamp series, which was designed in 2005 for the Italian manufacturer Flos by Philippe Starck. "Whole republics are crazy. Tartar are our master. Designed, manufactured, sold, dreamed, bought and used, weapons are our new icons. Our life is worth a bullet. The Guns Collection is only a sign of our time. We get the symbols that we deserve." explains the designer. The label on the foot plate of the lamp is called "Happiness is a hot gun". The Gun-Collection wants to call attention on the worldwide weapon exports of many governments: The gold of the Gun-Lamps represents the confidential accordance between money and war. Referring to this, the in the Bed Side Gun - dispayed Beretta - symbolises the accordance of Europe. The black lamp shade symbolises the death. The crosses on the inside of the shade want to remind us on our death. With that the whole Gun collection moves the context over to a kind of memorial for many dead people, which where killed in many, profit-oriented wars. To underline the intentions of the designer, the manufacturer Flos donated twenty percent of the sale proceeds of the Gun-collection to the human rights organisation Frères des Hommes, Europe. More details: Table lamp for direct light and diffused lighting. Technical lighting: Lamp body made of aluminiumdiecast, coating made of casting polymer, 18-carat, galvanic gilded or chromed, diffusor made of paper with matt black plastic coating and in silk-screen printing gilded inside. ON/OFF appliance of the lamp dimmer for illumination control from 0 to 100% on a two-core cable. Illuminant: 1 X MAX 75W E27 HSGS/F. Voltage (V) 220/240.
  • Luceplan - Costanzina Table Lamp 1D13 LED
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    Luceplan - Costanzina Table Lamp 1D13 LED
    While reading or working, talking or relaxing – the Costanzina table lamp 1D13 LED offers the right light for every situation. Luceplan produces the lamp according to a design of 1992, as modern LED edition today. While the classic shape of the Luceplan table lamp remains unchanged, the illuminant was replaced by energy-saving, environmentally friendly and modern LED bulbs. The weightless and also washable lampshade is responsible for diffuse and pleasantly warm light. The shade of the Costanzina is fixed at two points, so that it softly swings and holds its balance, if it is pushed. The weightless shade is completed by the slim and solid structure of the Costanzina 1D13 LED table lamp. Telescope tube and base are made of aluminium. The Costanzina table lamp 1D13 LED is equally suitable as work light and as pleasant room light with its 470 Lumen and the warm white colour of 2700 Kelvin. The 6 Watt performance of the LED lamp is comparable with a 40 W bulb, while environment friendliness and duration also satisfy the highest demands. Every other illuminant with an E14 socket and max. 60 Watt fits in the Costanzina table lamp without any problems.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Amp Table Lamp
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    Normann Copenhagen - Amp Table Lamp
    Lighting series with hi-fi inspiration: For Normann Copenhagen, the Danish designer Simon Legald has created the clever lightning series Amp. Glass and marble take care of an impression of visual fragility and sensuous heaviness. An appearance that is nostalgic, yet modern at the same time. The idea for the shape of the Amp Table Lamp came when the designer was restoring an old 1960's radio at home. While searching for spare parts for the radio, he was captivated by the glow that emits from the tube amplifier. The simple oval shape and the glow of the lamp is an obvious reference to this, just as the name Amp refers to the English term; tube amplifier. The proportions of the Amp Lamps by Normann Copenhagen have been carefully designed to ensure just the right balance between hard and soft and transparent and opaque. Normann Copenhagen and Legald have highlighted the functional details, for example the way in which the shade of the Amp Pendant Lamp rests on its socket. The connection of the two natural materials create an interesting contrast between the transparent and light glass and the massive, heavy marble. Normann Copenhagen Amp Table Lamp: Noble contrasts Simon Legald says: "One can't always define where an idea for a new product comes from. But this time the inspiration was drawn directly from radio and hi-fi equipment. This is clear in the design of Amp. There is something special about the round, transparent shape of a tube amplifier that I thought would translate nicely into a lamp. I opted for the same type of glass used for an hourglass, as the shape had to be curved and narrowed in. To counterbalance the delicacy of the glass, I used marble. I think that the two materials work well together." The Amp lamps are delivered with a suitable, fitting textile cable. For replacing the lamp, the shade can easily be removed without any tools. Die Normann Copenhagen Amp is also available as a Amp Pendant Lamp. Both variants are available with a golden or smoked lamp shade. The Amp Table Lamp is available with a socket in an effective black marble or in a glamorous jade green which highlights the natural elegance of the material.
  • Flos - OK Lamp
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    Flos - OK Lamp
    The Flos OK lamp surprises: The Italian manufacturer presented the re-interpretation of the legendary parentesi lamp of the 70s together with Konstantin Grcic. Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzù thought about a clamp when they designed their Parentesi, since that’s what its name means in Italian: The lamp “clamps” at a steel robe, which is fixed between the ground and the ceiling, on which it is movable and adjusted in its height. The OK named re-interpretation works with the same principle: The Flos OK moves up and down on the steel rope as well as its model. That simple and unusual principle makes it very easy to adjust the light. The big difference between the classic piece of the 70s and this new one consists of the form and the technique of today. ”The design of a lamp isn’t only limited to the object surrounding the light source: It means to design the light source itself” , explains Grcic. That’s the reason why the German designer had a lot more liberty choosing the shape of his lamp, contrasting Castiglioni and Manzù. Flos OK: Modern interpretation of a classic piece While the whole outlines of the Flos OK lamp are clear, it illuminates the room with LED technique: This isn’t only energy saving, but it also enables the ultra-flat construction of the lamp’s body. The round shape and the slim silhouette remind us of a pocket mirror, while it can be directed as direct light source or as ceiling flooder according to the event. The Flos OK achieves in creating a relaxing atmosphere in every room because of its dimmability via Soft-Touch-Switch and the warm white light (2700 K). The round lamp’s body is also responsible for the name of the lamp from Konstantin Grcic: The “O” represents the round light source while the “K” comes from the name of the designer. The name can as well be interpreted as re-adjustment of the original: The Flos lamp from 2013 is very very OK.
  • Foscarini - Caboche Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Caboche Table Lamp
    The Caboche series by Foscarini already ensures great enthusiasm with the pendant lamp and embodies a unique, exceptional design. Enlarge the usage possibilities with the table lamp. The designers Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto had a simple pearls bracelet as example for the design of the Caboche lamps. They created a unique design that ensures an impressive light game, inspired by the structure and form of the piece of jewelry. The poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) spheres on the glass shade reflect the light and let the lamp shine crystal-like, while te direct light of the Foscrini lamp shines upwards and not downwards. The characteristic arch form is also displayed in the socket. Equipped with three supports, the Caboche table lamp possesses a safe stand. Foscarini offers the Caboche lamp in different colours.
  • Artemide - Melampo Tavolo Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Melampo Tavolo Table Lamp
    The Melampo Tavolo table lamp from Artemide is ideally suitable to be used as desk lamp or as table lamp for the living room. Its direct or indirect light – according to the adjustment – makes it possible to work, read or to use the Melampo Tavolo as pleasant background illumination. The high class materials make the lamp elegant and noble, making Melampo special wherever it is. The shade of the lamp designed by Adrien Gardière is adjustable in different positions for pleasantly spread light.
  • Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Fork Maxi Table Lamp
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    Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Fork Maxi Table Lamp
    The lamp shade of the Fork maxi table lamp by Diesel Living is inspired by casual fashion, camping tents and an informal, playful and dynamic lifestyle. The seams of the fabric resemble jeans. The light accentuates the patchwork structure and the character of the fabric and resembles a light that's turned on in a tent. The lamp shade can be turned around 360° and even the frame is very flexible, as it has several joints. Due to its flexibility the Fork maxi table lamp can be adjusted within the room individually. The warm light of the lamp is especially suitable for the home but it can also be used for common areas to add a relaxed atmosphere to them. The Fork lamp of the Successful Living from Diesel with Foscarini collection by Diesel Living is also available in beige. Fork can also be ordered as a floor lamp, mini table lamp and pendant lamp.
  • Flos - Goldman Table Lamp
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    Flos - Goldman Table Lamp
    Almost everyone knows it: The Banker’s lamp - one of the earliest kinds of electric lamps which can be found in offices all over the world since the invention of electric light itself. As a matter of fact, the lamp shade became popular through countless movies but it originally stems from the 20 th century. Ron Gilad says: " Originally they were used by bankers, who worked long hours, looking at small numbers. They needed extra light on their desk to make their job a little easier ". On the basis of this long history designer Ron Gilad named his reinterpretation of the banker’s lamp after a traditional investment banking firm. The Goldman Table Lamp is picking up the classic shape of the original lamp and brings it into our modern era without losing its central design elements. Ron Gilad says: " Goldman is designed as a step in the evolution of this traditional lamp, injected with high technology and slick lines ". Whereas the shell of the Goldman Table Lamp reminds one doubtlessly of the original, one can find state-of-the-art technology on the inside: 42 LEDs ensure uniform illumination of the working space while the lamp shade protects from direct glare. On the underside the light sources are also covered by the diffusor so that even direct light appears soft and glare-free. Surprising is the USB connector on the backside of the Goldman Table Lamp whereby nearly every electronic device can be recharged. The High-Tech-impression is emphasised by the discreet Touch Switch that allows to dim the Working Lamp by Flos. By means of these characteristics and its classic-decorative presence the Flos Goldman certainly does not need to hide in the office but is also very suitable to set new and individual accents to various rooms. The Goldman Table Lamp is available with a solid brass base and a green glass shade as well as in a nickel version with smoke grey diffusor.
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Basculante Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Basculante Table Lamp
    The Tolomeo Basculante from Artemide is part of the famous Tolomeo collection by the Italian designer Michele de Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina. This relation is especially seen in the frame of the lamp: The unmistakable, adjustable arm out of shiny aluminium is typical for the Tolomeo family. The lampshade of different, noble materials – depending on the selection of the customer – and the base out of polished aluminium complete the image of the Basculante: The shade looks less technical and cold than the “classic” Tolomeo lamp, which is the reason why the Tolomeo Basculante isn’t only suitable as desk lamp, but also as decorative background illumination in the living room or as reading light on the bedside table. The slightly translucent shade out of satin or parchment paper spreads moody, diffuse light. The Tolomeo Basculante even becomes a wall lamp with the according wall brackets, offering many advantages with its flexible arms. This makes the Tolomeo Basculante Lettura desk-table lamp from Artemide a real designer’s piece, which expands the Tolomeo series with another interesting model.
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Mini Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Mini Table Lamp
    The Italian lamps manufacturer Artemide produces the Tolomeo lamp from Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi since 1987. The design duo achieved in designing a trend-setting and extremely successful lamp, which can be found on desks of uncountable architecture offices and agencies today. The Tolomeo Mini table lamp carries the design of the classic model, but not its size. This one was made for design enthusiasts with the need of space saving office solutions. The Tolomeo Mini from Artemide offers a lot of flexibility and it spends direct and adjustable light, as well as its big brother. All the typical characteristics of the Tolomeo family: The highly flexible frame, the simple alu appearance and the hat like shade – all of it also characterizes the Tolomeo Mini table lamp. Artemide produces the Tolomeo Mini completely out of aluminium.
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Mini LED Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Mini LED Table Lamp
    The Italian lamps manufacturer Artemide produces the Tolomeo lamp from Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi since 1987. The design duo achieved in designing a trend-setting and extremely successful lamp, which can be found on desks of uncountable architecture offices and agencies today. The Tolomeo Mini LED table lamp carries the design of the classic model, but not its size. This one was made for design enthusiasts with the need of space saving office solutions. The Tolomeo Mini from Artemide offers a lot of flexibility and it spends direct and adjustable light, as well as its big brother. The Italian manufacturer moreover installed the most modern energy saving LED technology in the Tolomeo Mini LED. All the typical characteristics of the Tolomeo family: The highly flexible frame, the simple alu appearance and the hat like shade – all of it also characterizes the Tolomeo Mini LED table lamp. Artemide produces the Tolomeo Mini completely out of aluminium.
  • Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Metafisica Table Lamp
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    Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Metafisica Table Lamp
    A sculpture for the table: The body of the Metafisica table lamp seems to float like a cloud or a ghost. The Diffuser is carried by a frame out of rough metal tubes, which emphasize and contrast the soft, harmonic and voluminous shape of the lamp’s body. The frame out of lacquered steel, which nearly looks like a cage, is a reminiscence to the industrial style from Diesel, which continues in lamps like the Metafisica. The diffuser is made out of mouth-blown glass. The dimmable Diesel Living Metafisica table lamp creates a pleasant atmosphere in private and public rooms as well, because of the diffuse and warm light it spreads.
  • Flos - Chapo Table Lamp
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    Flos - Chapo Table Lamp
    Hats off! The Flos Chapo is a table lamp with uncopiable style. It is obvious where its name came from: The French expression “Chapeau!” characterizes the unique ideas of the famous French designer Philippe Starck. ”When Alec Guinness, James Stewart or Fred Astaire came back home in the evening, they threw their hat on everything near them on a unique way. Why not also on a lamp?” , asked star designer Starck himself. Said, done: Chapo is the resilt of this thoughts, stormy and elegant. The Flos Chapo spreads direct light, which is directed downwards by the hat diffuser. The hat is included in the delivery, but it isn’t possible to use other headgear as lampshades. The Flos Chapo is a charming table lamp with very special charm because of the reference to the masculine hat-throwing gesture of yesterday. Despite of the humorous character, the Chapo has some practical values: An USB connection (max. 1,5 A) makes it possible to charge electric devices, while the decent Soft-Touch switch dims the energy-saving LED light source with warm white light (2700 K). The finish is also Flos-typically noble: The lamp’s base is chrome-plated, while the cable is coated with linen fabric.
  • Flos - Piani Big Table Lamp
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    Flos - Piani Big Table Lamp
    Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec designed the Piani Big Table Lamp for Flos. Two flat forms decide the design of the Piani Big – a clever idea is behind it. The upper part of both rounded squares includes the LED light source which spends indirect light. Small items find a place on the lower part, in order to see them all the time: Keys, cards or office items are emphasised with the Piani Big by Flos. This is how the Piani Big Table Lamp is especially suitable as desk lamp and for entrance halls. The corpus of the Piani Big Table Lamp consists of injection molded ABS, while the diffuser consists of PMMA. Accordingly, the lamp is robust and simple to clean. The Piani Big Table Lamp by Flos is also available in further colours.
  • Wästberg - Nendo Table Lamp Cylinder w132t2
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    Wästberg - Nendo Table Lamp Cylinder w132t2
    The Nendo Cylinder w132t is a table lamp which represents the outcome of its individual parts. What sounds so natural, turns out to be the design feature of the lamp by Wästberg. Part of the series of luminaires is a table Lamp, a floor lamp and a pendant lamp which are made of similar constructional elements and only differ partly in their structure. The minimalist lamps, created by the Japanese studio Nendo for the manufacturer Wästberg, are available with three different archetypal forms of lampshades: A cylinder, a cone and a hemisphere. Through the middle of each lampshade runs a rod-shaped holder where the power supply is placed: Whereas the pendant lamp has its power cable on the upper end, the supply of the table and floor lamp is mounted on the lower end. Above all, the table and floor lamp only differ in length of the height adjustable light rod (by screw). Brilliantly simple and absolutely reduce - that fits almost all components of the lamp series. As a small detail, the diffusor hides in the inner of the lampshade which spreads the directly downwards emitted light in a non-dazzling, soft and pleasant way. Thanks to the clear, geometrical design language, the Cylinder w132t2 can be positioned almost anywhere - both in the living room and public buildings. Wästberg Nendo w132 is also available as Table Lamp Sphere , Table Lamp Cone and Pendant Lamp Sphere. Additional colours of the table as wells as of the pendant and floor lamp are available on request.
  • Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Fork Mini Table Lamp
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    Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Fork Mini Table Lamp
    The lampshade of the Fork Mini table lamp from Diesel Living was inspired by casual fashion, camping tents and an informal, playful and dynamic lifestyle. The seams at the fabric remind us of jeans. The light raises the Patchwork structure and the quality of the fabric of the Fork Mini table lamp and it reminds us of light in a camping tent. The lampshade can be directed into different angles and it is rotatable by 360° making it possible for the light to reach every corner. The flexibility makes It possible to adjust Fork as desired. The warm light spent by Fork is especially suitable at home, but also for common rooms if a comfortable atmosphere is desired. The Fork Mini table lamp of the collection “Successful Living from Diesel with Foscarini” of Diesel Living is also available in beige. Fork is also available as floor lamp and pendant lamp.
  • Wästberg - Irvine Table Lamp w082
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    Wästberg - Irvine Table Lamp w082
    James Irvine says: "The theme of the task lamp is one of those design projects which always has to measure itself with great masterpieces from the past. Hundreds have been invented over the years. Some of them so brilliant that they are hard to beat." However, most of them are full of springs and knobs and complicated hinges. Irvine saw a need for immediate action depending the simplification of the design, and because of this stimulus he designed his Irvine Table Lamp w082 for Wästberg. A calm object which withdraws from any visible complexity and is thereby stimulating and refreshing. Technological, the Irvine Table Lamp w082 by Wästberg is ultramodern despite the minimalist design: In the flat lamp head hides an energy-efficient LED technology which can be regulated steplessly with the decent dimmer button on the base of the Table Lamp. The result is a broadly warm white scattered light which is non-dazzling because of the diffusor. Therefore, the Irvine Table Lamp w082 is absolutely ideal for working purpose. All three hinges of the Irvine Table lamp w082 by Wästberg can be rotated 360° - because of the missing cable. The following result is a kind of flexibility which nobody would expect regarding such a reduced design of the lamp. Wästberg manufacturers the Irvine w082 completely out of aluminium which underscores the luxurious character of the table lamp.
  • Wästberg - Nendo Table Lamp Cone w132t1
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    Wästberg - Nendo Table Lamp Cone w132t1
    The Nendo Cone w132t is a table lamp which represents the outcome of its individual parts. What sounds so natural, turns out to be the design feature of the lamp by Wästberg. Part of the serie of luminaires is a table Lamp, a floor lamp and a pendant lamp which are made of similar constructional elements and only differ partly in their structure. The minimalist lamps, created by the Japanese studio Nendo for the manufacturer Wästberg, are available with three different archetypal forms of lampshades: A cylinder, a cone and a hemisphere. Through the middle of each lampshade runs a rod-shaped holder where the power supply is placed: Whereas the pendant lamp has its power cable on the upper end, the supply of the table and floor lamp is mounted on the lower end. Above all, the table and floor lamp only differ in length of the height adjustable light rod (by screw). Brilliantly simple and absolutely reduce - that fits almost all components of the lamp series. As a small detail, the diffusor hides in the inner of the lampshade which spreads the directly downwards emitted light in a non-dazzling, soft and pleasant way. Thanks to the clear, geometrical design language, the Cone w132t3 can be positioned almost anywhere - both in the living room and public buildings. The Wästberg Nendo w132 is also available as Table Lamp Sphere , Table Lamp Cylinder and Pendant Lamp Sphere. Additional colours of the table as wells as of the pendant and floor lamp are available on request.
  • Wästberg - Massaud Table Lamp w083
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    Wästberg - Massaud Table Lamp w083
    The Massaud table lamp w083 from Wästberg asks the question: Can lamps be art? It doesn’t matter what the answer is, the design object by Jean-Marie Massaud convinces as table lamp. The table lamp w083 refers to topics like light, gravity, simplicity and harmony as sculptural object. The table lamp by Wästberg acts weightless and reduced, its minimalistic corpus seems to float impressively effortless over the table. The specialty: W083 attracts all eyes even when it is switched off, but without drifting into showmanship. The functionality of the w083 is as impressive as the slim, organic shape of it. The real lamp is made of cast aluminium and it sits on a base of silicone. The special shape and the balanced weight of the Wästberg lamp enable the free, soft movement in the silicone form. This is an impressively simple and clever solution to turn or incline the lamp, in order to direct the light optimally to where it is needed. Technically the lamp w083 by Massaud impresses as well: Energy efficient LEDs hide in the lamp’s head, spreading warm white light with 3000 K. The optical lenses spread the light generously downwards and glare-free. A three-level dimmer in the base makes the unique lamp from Wästberg suitable for different situations in all kinds of rooms and surroundings: It can be used as working lamp, reading lamp, accent light or decoration lamp.
  • Wästberg - Nendo Table Lamp Sphere w132t3
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    Wästberg - Nendo Table Lamp Sphere w132t3
    The Nendo Sphere w132t3 from Wästberg is a table lamp, which represents the result of its single parts. What might seem obvious and natural, is really a characteristic of the lamp’s construction. A table lamp, a floor lamp and a pendant lamp belong to the collection and they all have similar construction elements, differing in their details. The minimalistic lamps, designed by the Japanese studio Nendo for Wästberg, are available with lampshades in three archetype shapes: A cylinder, a cone and a sphere. A tubular support runs through the middle of every shade, hiding the electricity source in its end: While the cable of the pendant lamp is in the upper end of it, the cable of the table and floor lamps hides in the foot. Table and floor lamps differ in the length of the (with a screw) height adjustable light tube. These are all the components of the lamps – genius and absolutely reduced. There is a diffusor hidden inside of the lampshade, which spreads the light directly downwards softly, glare-free and pleasantly. The Sphere w132t3 fits in almost every place because of its clear, geometrical design – in private homes and in public rooms. The Wästberg Sphere w132 is also available as Table Lamp Cone , as Table Lamp Cylinder and as Pendant Lamp Sphere. There are more colours of this table lamp available, and the model can also be ordered as pendant and floor lamp.
  • Wästberg - Studioilse Table Lamp w084t
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    Wästberg - Studioilse Table Lamp w084t
    Materials have hidden messages. They create powerful connections to our emotions and form our relationship with our day by day. ”The Studioilse lamp is like a good friend, unpretentious and always there for us” , explained Ilse Crawford. Ilse Crawford chose honest materials for her lamps series she designed for Wästberg, in order to transmit a clear expression: She used hand-turned aluminium, which gives us a feeling of stability, reliability and confidence and which also emphasizes the handcrafted parts of the lamp. The aim of the design of the table lamp w084t was to enable a certain kind of uniqueness and independence, which looks familiar but still making us curious because it is newish. A personality rich of facets, which also makes people more interesting. The Studioilse table lamp w084t becomes an eye-catcher in every room with its handicraft design. When the lamp is switched on, a soft light beam shimmers through the slightly transparent shade of the w084t, making the table lamp look as if it was “glowing” from outside. The real, downwards shining direct light is step-less dimmable. That’s the reason why the design object by Wästberg can be used as working lamp, reading lamp or accent light. The light’s head is vertically and horizontally adjustable, a turning mechanism in the iron socket ensures the rotation capacity of the whole lamp. The joint is adjustable by means of the wing-screw and it can also be used to fix the lamp’s arm in a desired position. The Wästberg w084 is also available as table lamp with one arm (w084t1), as floor lamp, as wall lamp with a 2m swivel arm and as pendant lamp. All the editions are moreover available with an accentuating red cable or a dark brown cable.
  • Wästberg - Claesson Koivisto Rune Table Lamp w081t2
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    Wästberg - Claesson Koivisto Rune Table Lamp w081t2
    The Claesson Koivisto Rune w081t2 is a highly technical working lamp for private rooms. Numerous features are hidden in the extremely clearly designed lamp by Wästberg. The Wästberg table lamp w081t2 is named after its designer, Claesson Koivisto Rune, who made this lamp clear and appealing. Simultaneously the w081t2 also has some technical details, which make it perfectly suitable as working lamp. The flexible arm is adjustable at two joints and the lamp’s head is rotatable by 80° in every direction. This flexibility allows an ideal illumination for different situations and surroundings. The w081t2 has 30 LEDs hidden under a diffusor making the light glare-free, powered with only 10 Watt for an environmentally friendly energy consumption. The light of the Wästberg table lamp is warm white with 3000 K and it creates a pleasant and comfortable working mood. The light intensity is adjustable with a dimmer if desired. The control elements are decently hidden in a straight-lined design, which seamlessly fits in almost every surrounding. This makes the Claesson Koivisto Rine table lamp w081t2 a suitable light source for every day and event. Another technical refinement is the integrated timer, which switches the lamp off after five hours of performance. The Wästberg w081t2 is also available in further colours, with table clamp or with a base. Moreover the collection includes another table lamp with only two joints (w081t1), a floor lamp and a wall lamp.
  • Wästberg - Winkel Table Lamp 127b2
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    Wästberg - Winkel Table Lamp 127b2
    Plastic can be environmentally friendly! ”When I first thought of the design of my table lamp, I had the demand of questioning the cognition of common utilities of the material, known only as "plastic’ by most of the people. I wanted to go further than what was normal, not only regarding the function and the appearance, but also regarding the touch of the material” , explained Dirk Winkel. The German designed soon realized the big deficit of most of the plastic products: The substance, the material itself. That’s the reason why the material is celebrated just the way it is in the Wästberg Winkel table lamp 127b2 : Straight forward, without hiding anything. The cable lying outside, the visible spring feathers and the geometrical outlines make the design this pure and honest. Inside of the w127 there is energy efficient Multichip-LED-Technology. Multichip means that the single diodes are aligned like a cluster – this is how micro-shadows are avoided and the light becomes exceptionally homogeneous. The light of the working lamp by Wästberd is step less adjustable with an integrated IR-dimmer switch at the lamp’s head and it is glare-free because of a diffuser. Another technical refinement is the integrated timer, which switches the light off automatically after five hours of performance. Wästberg produces the Winkel table lamp 127b2 out of injection moulded bio polyamide, fiberglass reinforced. About 60% of the lamp is made of biological material , gained out of the so-called wonder tree of tropical woods. The castor-oil producing plant doesn’t affect the aliments production: It is ecological and socially compatible. Wästberg offers the lamps in two basic editions: The Winkel w127b1 has two joints and one arm, while the 2-arms w127b2 has three joints. Both editions are available with different mounting parts (foot, table clamp, pin and clamp) and in the colours white, grey, red and black.
  • Iittala - Kuukuna Lamp
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    Iittala - Kuukuna Lamp
    The organic shape of the Kuukuna lamp , inspired by nature – is perfectly suitable to be used on side tables, bookshelves or every other place that demands a decorative, diffuse light source. The simple and as well unique design of the Kuukuna lamp by Iittala spreads a friendly, minimalistic and unmistakably Scandinavian atmosphere in every room. Several Kuukuna lamps together make up an impressing light source. As table lamp, floor lamp or completely individualized, the Kuukuna lamp, minimalistic as it is, looks gorgeous switched on and off as well. Iittala Kuukuna: Minimalistic light object The light of the Kuukuna can be adjusted individually, since the most different light bulbs fit in the E14 socket of the Iittala lamp. The lamp spreads a soft, glare-free light with its matt opal glass shade, which is suitable to be used as accent light and as ambience light. Kuukuna was initially designed by the glass expert Oiva Toikka in 1986 and afterwards produced by professional glass-blowers in the specialized Finnish workshops of Iittala. Iittala plunged into the archives and finally decided to revitalize the mouth-blown glass lamp, only changing its size. The light object can easily be cleaned with a humid cloth.
  • Umbra - Cup Lamp
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    Umbra - Cup Lamp
    The Umbra Cup lamp has its name from its unusual function – the cup where all kinds of things are stored in. The Paul Loebach designed table lamp looks especially good on the writing desk because of its storage solution. A positive secondary effect: The Cup lamp’s cup is automatically illuminated because of its position. This is how office clips, pens and other accessories are found in only an instant. The energy saving and dimmable LED light of the table lamp by Umbra makes the lamp ideally suitable to be used as desk or reading light on the bedside table. The 90 LEDs only consume 6W and they spend a light intensity of 380 lm during a pleasant, warm white colour temperature of 3000 K. Umbra produces the Cup lamp of metal, making it robust and easily cleanable. A special highlight: The Cup lamp of the Umbra Shift Collection also has a USB connection, in order to charge MP3 players, smartphones and other electric devices. A suitable tray for the smartphone or the MP3 player is of course given with the cup. Let the office work begin.
  • Umbra - Brick Lamp
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    Umbra - Brick Lamp
    The Brick Lamp by Umbra tributes construction bricks – those rough, industrial and indispensable stones building the modern civilisation. The aesthetics of the Philippe Malouin designed Umbra Brick lamp polarizes. Doubtlessly the table lamp with the bricks appearance doesn’t meet the taste of everyone – but should she? The harsh, edged and striking style of the Brick Lamp of the Umbra Shift Collection is made for individualists, whose style shouldn’t be compatible with the one of mass productions fans. Besides the robust exterior with concrete base, the Brick Lamp surprises with current values inside of it: A n adjustable 9W LED light source with 84 LEDs in a slim shaft out of aluminium ensures contemporaneous light, which is dimmable in three steps and which acts pleasant with a light temperature of 3000 k.
  • FontanaArte - Fontana Table Lamp
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    FontanaArte - Fontana Table Lamp
    Spaceship Enterprise landed. Or not? – No, this is the Fontana table lamp. The futuristic design still acts as fresh as ever – thereby this table lamp has already been designed in 1954. Already created in the 50s by Max Ingrand for FontanaArte , the table lamp still meets our definition of a futuristic design. The homogeneously coloured light corpus spreads soft, diffuse light, which also illuminates the base of the lamp ensuring a relaxed ambience. The light of the single base is (according to the edition) double to triple increasable, so that it is possible to create different light types according to the event with the light intensity regulation. The frame of the table lamp Fontana is made of painted metal, shade and base or mouth blown, satined glass. The table lamp by FontanaArte is available in three different sizes.
  • FontanaArte - Pirellina Table Lamp
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    FontanaArte - Pirellina Table Lamp
    “I go with my lantern and my lantern goes with me” (German St. Martin’s Day children’s song). The Pirellina isn’t portable, but it mustn’t. Since the lamp looks much more beautiful in living rooms. And thereby it spreads a comparably pleasant light, like the one of lanterns on St. Martin’s Day. The Pirellina table lamp was designed by Gio Ponti for FontanaArte in 1967. Its unmistakable shape ensures a pleasant, diffuse light, which nearly acts nostalgic because of the appearance of Pirellina by FontanaArte itself. The ring at the top makes it easy to change the lamp’s place, if its light is desired at another place. Since the light beam of the table lamp by FontanaArte is glare-free and dimmable , Pirellina serves for different purposes: It can be a reading lamp or an accent lamp. The FontanaArte Pirellina has an integrated dimmer and a frame out of nickel-plated brass glass. The opposite lying diffusors are made of bent, pressed glass.
  • FontanaArte - Thor Table Lamp
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    FontanaArte - Thor Table Lamp
    Designed by Luciano Pagaine and Angelo Perversi for FontanaArte in 2000, the Thor table lamp bribes with its round, organic shape. The table lamp by FontanaArte spreads a diffuse, moody light. It isn’t quite obvious why Luciano Pagaine and Angelo Perversi named after the Germanic God. Maybe they wanted to emphasize the shape of their lamp with it, since it looks like a horn with its curves, and horns were used to drink out of them back then. The modern lamp Thor is made of a white painted metal frame. The diffusor is made of white, mouth blown opal glass. Thor is available in different sizes.
  • FontanaArte - Yupik Table Lamp
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    FontanaArte - Yupik Table Lamp
    The portable lamp Yupik was designed by the team Form Us With Love for FontanaArte in 2013. The multitalented, which is usable as table-floor-pendant lamp has been honoured with the iF Award in 2014. The flexible light object is usable on different ways. Since the iF Award honoured lamp by FontanaArte has a 5 meters cable – which makes it even more mobile and which makes it usable as table lamp, floor lamp or pendant lamp. Whether as floor and table lamp, with the light source directed upwards or sidewards or hanged with cables and hooks (available as accessories) – Yupik by FontanaArte is flexible to be used and modern in its material.
  • FontanaArte - Uovo Table Lamp
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    FontanaArte - Uovo Table Lamp
    What an egg! The Uovo table lamp by FontanaArte. The Uovo table lamp, which reminds us of an egg, perfectly fits in the retro-trend of the design. But it is as well gorgeous in modern homes, since the charm of the 1972 designed table lamp from Fontana Arte. Is timeless. The light of the Uovo shines softly and matt for a relaxed surrounding. Since the satined diffusor makes the light of the Uovo absolutely glare-free, the lamp itself is a welcome accessory which also ensures moody effects in corners of rooms. The frame of the egg lamp by FontanaArte is made of white painted metal, the diffusor of white mouth-blown and satined glass. Uovo is available in three sizes and as outside and wall lamp.
  • FontanaArte - Blom Table Lamp
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    FontanaArte - Blom Table Lamp
    Watching this lamp makes you feel like it was springtime. The small petals curl in the direction of the light sphere of the Blom as if it was the shining sun. The base of the table lamp from FontanaArte thereby looks like the flowers’ stem. Blom is the name of the small sun worshiper. The lamp was designed by Andreas Engesvik for FontanaArte. The light intensity of the table lamp is adjustable by moving the petals, and it can also be directed into different spots. The shade itself is made of opal white polyethylene, which spreads light softly and diffusely. FontanaArte Blom: Direct and indirect light Even watched directly, the light of the Blom is pleasant, since the satined diffusor makes the beam absolutely glare-free. This is how the unusual table lamp can also be used as reading light for example, while it spreads indirect light when the “leaves” are turned, becoming a wonderful light that emphasizes single details or the corner of a room. The “petals” of the Blom are made of polycarbonate and the base of aluminium. Blom is available in different colours. The lamp was honoured with the Red Dot Award because of its design.
  • Gubi - Gräshoppa Table Lamp
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    Gubi - Gräshoppa Table Lamp
    The Gräshoppa table lamp appeared in the installations of Greta Magnusson Grossman for the first time in the late 1940s and 1950s. The Gräshoppa table lamp was only produced a few times and during a very short time, as well as many other creations of the Danish American designer. Gubi re-edited the Gräshoppa table lamp in 2013, since the rare original pieces are nearly unaffordable today. The large Gräshoppa floor lamp and the table lamp of the iconic collection embody stylish timelessness. The weightless and clear design of the Gräshoppa didn’t lose any charm along the decades. Gubi produces the lamp’s base with integrated switch and flexible light arm out of brass. The shade of the Gräshoppa table lamp is made of powder coated aluminium and it is available in many decent colours. The movable arm makes it possible to direct the light wherever it is needed, in order to avoid frontal glare. The still contemporaneously acting light is suitable as working lamp and as simple statement for good design, for example on a sideboard.
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Micro table lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Micro table lamp
    Tolomeo Micro is the smallest and most colourful table lamp out of the Tolomeo lamps-family from Artemide. Since the year 1987 the Italian manufacturer produces the lamp by the designers Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi. Tolomeo Micro possesses flexible, adjustable arms out of glossy aluminium. This makes it possible to direct the light of the lamp to where you need it. The adjustable lamps head does moreover allow further fine adjustments. The head consists of matt anodized aluminium, articulations and the frame out of polished aluminium with a counterbalancing springing system. Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi achieved a trend-setting and extremely successful design of a desk lamp in that time, which is placed on numerous architects offices and agencies today, with Tolomeo. The small table lamp Tolomeo Micro from Artemide is available in a wide selection of vivid colours. The manufacturer Artemide offers screw fixings and a table clip to fix the lamp besides the stand foot.
  • Kartell - Taj Table Lamp
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    Kartell - Taj Table Lamp
    The Taj by Kartell is a table lamp which acts dynamical and iconic with its shape. The Pietro Ferruccio Laviani lamp only reveals its real purpose in the second sight. Tha Taj lamp thrones on the table looking like an artwork. If it is switched off it will also look sculptural, while it presents its whole power when it is switched on. Taj is a table lamp, but it wants to be independent and different from the stereotypical flexible, mechanic lamp, finding its simple form which makes her fulfil her function on a very practical way. Kartell’s Taj works with LED technique in order to optimize and minimize the light source as much as possible. This doesn’t only emphasize the form, but it also saves the environment and makes it even more durable. The LED table lamp is available in a crystal clear edition and in a transparent version, which is coloured on different ways.
  • Kartell - Taj Mini Table Lamp
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    Kartell - Taj Mini Table Lamp
    The Taj Mini by Kartell is a table lamp which acts dynamical and iconic with its shape. The Pietro Ferruccio Laviani lamp only reveals its real purpose in the second sight. Tha Taj Mini lamp thrones on the table looking like an artwork. If it is switched off it will also look sculptural, while it presents its whole power when it is switched on. Taj is a table lamp, but it wants to be independent and different from the stereotypical flexible, mechanic lamp, finding its simple form which makes her fulfil her function on a very practical way. Kartell’s Taj Mini works with LED technique in order to optimize and minimize the light source as much as possible. This doesn’t only emphasize the form, but it also saves the environment and makes it even more durable. The LED table lamp is available in a crystal clear edition and in a transparent version, which is coloured on different ways.
  • Flos - D'E Light Table Lamp
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    Flos - D'E Light Table Lamp
    Reduction to the maximum: The Flos D’E Light by Philippe Starck appears in uncompromising minimalistic design. The special something: Electro-gadgets can be placed on the table lamp to be charged. It was only a question of time for the star designer Philippe Starck to approximate to modern problems. The spread of smartphones and tablets finally inspired the French designer for his design of the D’E Light, which completes demands of today’s information, entertainment and connectivity: All kinds of devices are placed and charged on the D’E Light from Flos, such as tablets, mobile phones or MP3-players. The Flos D’E Light has a radical, extremely functional design, which doesn’t distract from the real function: The switch and dimmer is an optical touch-sensor which is switched on and off when it is touched. The D’E Light fulfils the expectations we have from efficient, stylish and contemporaneous lamps with cool, chrome-plated aluminium and a flat lampshade with integrated LEDs. The Flos D’E Light can be ordered with a micro-USB connection or with the Lightning connector for iPhone or iPad. An edition with the 30-pin connector from Apple is also available on demand.
  • Muuto - Up LED Table Lamp
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    Muuto - Up LED Table Lamp
    The Muuto Up is a table lamp which spreads its light to the roof through the uplight. The light object designed by Mattias Ståhlbom is adjustable by a rotatable shade. The name “Up” already suggests how the light of the lamp by Muuto is spread: Upwards. The funnel-shape shade lies on a frame which changes its direction when it is turned. This is how the illumination of corners becomes illumination of ceilings in an instant. Up consists of aluminium and it has a rubber light switch on the back.
  • Krools - Babula Table Lamp
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    Krools - Babula Table Lamp
    Friendly forms and unusual materials are unmistakable characteristics of the Babula table lamp by Krools. Babula connects tradition and modernity. The legendary matrioshka dolls inspired the German design team Krools to design the Babula table lamp: Feminine shapes and warm, sympathetic appearances qualify the Babula table lamps as well as the Russian model. It spreads soft, moody and decent light for relaxing moments. Krools connects a base of oak wood with a lamp’s body of porcelain in the Babula table lamp, Yury Ustsinau designed the Babula and it is produced by hand, ensuring the highest level of quality and precision. The high grade handwork fulfils every light concept and it is an eye-catcher. All the parts come from sustainable German processing. The Babula table lamp by Krools is delivered with a 2 metres textile cable. The following light bulb is suggested GZ10 LED reflector lamp with maximal 5W.
  • &Tradition - Milk Table Lamp
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    &Tradition - Milk Table Lamp
    With the table lamp Milk the designers of Norm new interpret the classic Nordic milking-stool for a new giving a new challenge. The small table lamp Milk reminds in its shape of a traditional stool, whose seat lays on the wooden, three-legged base. With that it gives a hint on inspiration of their designers, which don't only re-interpret a traditional tool, but also continue with the traditional Scandinavian processing made of wood and glass. Milk is a small table lamp, which is designed in a shape that it will also find its space in every corner. The soft, roundly shapes and the soft light of the table lamp gives the room a comfortable atmosphere and light up rooms, body and soul. The Milk Table Lamp by &Tradition is also available with a black cable.
  • Gubi - Pedrera table lamp PD1
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    Gubi - Pedrera table lamp PD1
    The Pedrera lamp originated in the middle of the 1950s. At that time it was innovative in its expression and material, and today it is a classic. The through thought and sophisticated design didn’t lose its charm along the years. Pedrera suits perfectly in every living area and it offers the furnishing a smooth and pleasant atmosphere. The small Pedrera table lamp PD1 finds a wonderful place on tables, sideboards and shelves. There it stays at the background and looks discretely like a sculpture with its distinctive expression. When the light is turned on the inner screen spreads a soft and pleasant shine forming a fascinating sample with the outer screen. The Spanish architect Barba Corsini designed the lamp in the year 1953. He was asked to design attic apartments in Gaudis famous living building “La Pedrera” in Barcelona by the real estate company that leads the building. For the Pedrera building, Barca Corini consequently designed thirteen individual apartments that conserved the numbers 1 to 14 because of superstition reasons. Moreover he designed a lamp and furniture series that also contain the Pedrera lamps for these flats. The inspiration for the lamp series from Barba Corsini came from the slim, cylindrical chimneys from the Pedrera building. The Pedrera table lamp that is manufactured by the Danish company Gubi today received his name thanks to its origin.
  • Tecnolumen - Lightworm Table Lamp
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    Tecnolumen - Lightworm Table Lamp
    Surprisingly timeless: The Lightworm table lamp was only designed in 2002 by Walter Schnepel. The senior manager of Tecnolumen equipped the lamp’s head with a simple socket – that’s how the bulb is the centre of attention. The base of the Lightworm however, is more complex and it offers functionality: The foot of the Lightworm is made of many small parts, which run to the top as well as the eponymous worm. The table lamp by Tecnolumen is also adjustable in height and width with its structure. The base of the Worm Lamp is made of metal and it harmonically suits the transparent cable. The switch of the Tecnolumen Lightworm is at the plastic socket, so that it remains decently in the background. The Lightworm is available in a nickel-plated edition with transparent cable and a black edition with black cable.
  • 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.
  • Tecnolumen - Square LED Multipurpose Lamp
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    Tecnolumen - Square LED Multipurpose Lamp
    Bauhaus-inspired design and the most modern LED technique – the Square connects both worlds. The multipurpose lamp by Tecnolumen is also suitable for different places. Oliver Niewiadomski designed the Square multipurpose lamp for Tecnolumen. Thereby the designer used the clear, Bauhaus-like shapes in order to create the multitalented lamp of all: The Square is usable as reading lamp, spot, ambience light or eye-catcher. The compact lamp by Tecnolumen is easily moved and there is no danger of burning because of the low heat of LED bulbs. It doesn’t matter what you use the Square for. The LED technique of the Square is energy-saving, longevity and it reaches its full illumination force in an instant. A touch dimmer on the backside ensures that the Square multipurpose lamp always delivers the right light intensity. Tecnolumen produces the angular lamp of massive aluminium with a coloured fabric cable.
  • Luceplan - Accessories and Replacements for the Costanzina Lamp
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    Luceplan - Accessories and Replacements for the Costanzina Lamp
    The 1992 presented Costanzina is the “small sister” of the famous Costanza by Luceplan. The designer Paolo Rizatto also equipped the small edition with a modular expansion, so that accessories and replacements are fast to be exchanged. The Costanzina table lamp as well as the pendant lamps out of the lamp series by Luceplan has a modular construction: Base and lampshade are separately replaceable. The single parts are combinable inside of the Costanzina collection: The lampshade suits all variants, while the baldachin only suits the pendant lamp, of course. These qualities lead to an easy, affordable and fast replacement of the parts of every Costanzina by Luceplan, if a piece breaks or your taste changes.
  • Flos - Miss K Tablelamp
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    Flos - Miss K Tablelamp
    Miss K was designed in 2003 / 2004 by Philippe Starck for Flos. The table-map provides a diffuse light which is full of atmosphere and is made of high-quality polymethylmethacrylate. A special aluminium process creates the typical colours and the unique way of providing light. In 2004 Miss K has been awarded with the Red Dot Design Award. The frame is fully transparent and consists of injection-molded PMMA polymethylmethacrylate (UL-94 HB). The internal diffuser is made of opaline, injection-molded polycarbonate (UL-94 VO); the external diffuser is made also made of injection-molded polycarbonate (UL-94 VO). It is completely finished with a high-vacuum aluminium process. Miss K has a traditional dimmer for 0 – 100 % luminosity adjustment with a transparent cover which is fitted on the transparent polarized cord. The net weight is 1.2 kg.
  • Luceplan - Accessories and Replacements for the Costanzina Lamp
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    Luceplan - Accessories and Replacements for the Costanzina Lamp
    The 1992 presented Costanzina is the “small sister” of the famous Costanza by Luceplan. The designer Paolo Rizatto also equipped the small edition with a modular expansion, so that accessories and replacements are fast to be exchanged. The Costanzina table lamp as well as the pendant lamps out of the lamp series by Luceplan has a modular construction: Base and lampshade are separately replaceable. The single parts are combinable inside of the Costanzina collection: The lampshade suits all variants, while the baldachin only suits the pendant lamp, of course. These qualities lead to an easy, affordable and fast replacement of the parts of every Costanzina by Luceplan, if a piece breaks or your taste changes.
  • Flos - Lampadina Tablelamp
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    Flos - Lampadina Tablelamp
    In 1972, Achille Castiglioni designed the timeless table lamp Lampadina for Flos. Lampadina is a table lamp which provides direct and diffuse light. The base which is made of anodized aluminium serves to contain the excess power cord. The lamp-holder consists of bakelite and is painted in organ and purple colours. Thus, a matching of the switch is reached. The clear globe lamp (1x40W E 27 IAG) which is included in the delivery is partially sandblasted in order to diffuse the light. The On/Off oscillating switch is inside the lamp-holder but it can be activated from the outside. The power cord has a length of 230 cm; Lampadina has a net weight of 0.3 kg.
  • Artemide - Nesso table lamp
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    Artemide - Nesso table lamp
    The Nesso table lamp was created in the year 1967 by the designer Giancarlo Mattioli and the Gruppo architetti urbanisti citta nuova for the Italian lamps manufacturer Artemide. Already in the year 1965, Nesso won the 1st prize at a design competition in Milan. With brilliant methods, the Nesso table lamp from Artemide embodies the modern time spirit of the 1960es with all its colourful and optimistic colours and forms. The round and organic design of the lamp wakes associations with a mushroom. Nessino spends direct and diffuse light. Through the mushrooms’ head, the light is radiated coloured, white it shines directly to the base. Base and lamp-shade from Nesso consist of ABS plastic that is manufactured in a die casting procedure in chromed moulds. Today the Nesso table lamp is a classic of the lamp design and placed in numerous museums all around the world; such as for example the renowned New York Museum of Modern Art. Nesso is available in white and orange.
  • Louis Poulsen 50 Years Arne Jacobsen Table Lamp - special colours
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    Louis Poulsen 50 Years Arne Jacobsen Table Lamp - special colours
    The AJ Table Lamp is a design of the Danish design icon Arne Jacobsen for the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, which was dedicatd in 1960. Arne Jacobsen did not only design the building, he also designed the whole interior design, like furniture, cutlery, textiles and lamps and created with that one of the first design hotels of the world. The Arne Jacobsen Table Lamp catches someone's eye with its unique, rotatable shade, whose shape disposes the light. The light foot with the characteristic opening hides elegance and weightlessness of design. So it is one of the modern classics of the design of the 20th century. The AJ-Table Lamp is based on the same principles like the AJ-Floor Lamp, for a better use as working lamp, the shade has been made bigger. The angle of the conical metal shade attached in a way that it equals the angle of the lamp holder. That's how it was originally thought, but in reality the angle has been adjusted as optical correction. When the lamp is tilted down, the frame of the lamp holder is horizontal. The inside of the shade is matt white. The shading is efficient, you can't see the illuminant. It is advised to use a small light bulb, because the light can be used best and the light rays can be clearly confined. Rumours say that the hole in the basis of the lamp is thought as a ashtray.
  • Sompex Lightsack Shade
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    Sompex Lightsack Shade
    The Lightsack Shade is a product for all the ones who love the unique design of the unique design of the Lightsack and who want to show this all other ones. When the Lightsack Halogen was still a Spot-Lamp, which set the benchmark with its unique design, can the Lightsack Shade conduce as almost "usual" table lamp. The principle of the shapeable body of is the same, but the illuminant is covered by a lamp shade, which as the Lightsack Shade transfers into the category of the elegant lamps and caters for a nice light. But the character of Lightsack Shade is still the same as the original. The principle, and with that the design and the advantages, were perfectly devolved and chamfered through the plain lamp shade and lifted on a new level. The Lightsack is made of high quality synthetic fabric by DuPont and is filled with fire dried glass sand. Through the special filling, the Lightsack is very flexible and can be put in the right position, depending on how you want it. The Lightsack Shade is also available in the leather version!
  • Artemide - Nessino table lamp
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    Artemide - Nessino table lamp
    Nessino is the re-interpretation and current version of the famous Nesso table lamp from the Italian lamps manufacturer Artemide. The design of the lamp was coined by Giancarlo Mattioli and the Gruppo architetti urbanisti citta nuova. The classic table lamp Nesso was already awarded at a design competition in Milan with the 1st prize in the year 1965. The new interpretation Nessino expresses modern time spirit of the 1960s on a brilliant way. The round and organic design of the lamp wakes associations with a mushroom. Nessino spends direct and diffused light. The light trespasses the mushroom head coloured while it shined directly downwards to the bottom. Body and shade of the lamp consist of polycarbonate. Nessino runs with four illuminants so that the whole shade is illuminated. The Nessino table lamp by Artemide is available in different colours. The transparent version offers a view to its inside.
  • Flos - Kelvin LED Working Lamp
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    Flos - Kelvin LED Working Lamp
    The working lamp Kelvin LED from Flos is a fusion of the most modern technique and straight-line design. Efficient LED-technique, high ecological standards and the elegant design make Kelvin LED an outstanding design object. Kelvin LED was designed by Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen. Kelvin is a lamp for direct light and totally free turnable and swiveling. The modern LED technique is highly efficient and it spends warm, soft and pleasant light that suits for work and also as a background illumination. Kelvin’s light avoids strong visual contrasts and blinding effects. The table lamp Kelvin from Flos fulfils high ecological standards: The 30 LEDs in its head are energy saving and only use 8W. Moreover Kelvin LED consists of recycling materials. The LED table lamp owns an on/off switch that is positioned as a touch-sensor in the head of the lamp. The LED table lamp from Flos is also available in anthracite and white.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 3/2 Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 3/2 Table Lamp
    ”The really innovative thing at the PH lamp is that it offers light that is glare-free and economical at the same time. It is easy enough to create glare-free light (indirect and strongly shielded light), if you can waste a part of the light, and it is equally easy to design a lamp that is highly efficient if you ignore the fact that it is really disturbind for the eyes (strong reflection, and so on), but it is an artistic work to create light that it glare-free and economical at the same time.” Poul Henningsen. The PH 3/2 Table Lamp is a member of the PH3-Shade-Product family. The series from Poul Henningsen was constructed in hectic months in the winter 1923-26 for an exposition hall in Copenhagen, named “Forum”. The PH 3 shade-system was initially a pendant lamp solution, but it fast became the initiator of other lamp sorts for tables, floors, walls and a great amount of chandeliers. As a result out of the different sizes, materials, surfaces and light sources, along the years more than thousand variants were developed. Today the series is a Scandinavian classic of the world. And also the PH 3/2 table lamp, that spends a pleasant light, emerged like that. It is reflected by several shades, glare-free into the room, the reflections are divided by a logarithmical spiral that is placed in the burning focus of the illuminant. The shade sizes correspond to the 3:2:1 ratio – every shade makes the light amount smaller.
  • Flos - Glo-Ball Tablelamp
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    Flos - Glo-Ball Tablelamp
    In 1998, Jasper Morrison created the Glo-Ball-Series for Italian luminaire producer Flos. The series includes in addition to the Glo-Ball Table lamp which is introduced right now, the Glo-Ball Basic, Glo-Ball floor lamp, the Mini Glo-Ball table lamp and the Glo-Ball suspended lamp. The globed formed table and desk lamp provides a diffuse light which is full of atmosphere. The diffuser consists of an externally acid-etched, hand blown, flashed opaline glass and a die-cast aluminium threaded ring nut with alodine plating finish. The base and the stem are made of high-thickness steel; the diffuser support consists of die-cast aluminium. All elements are painted in grey. A 0 – 100 % dimmer is fitted on the grey fabric-upholstered polarized power-cord which is 190 cm long. The net weight is 7 kg. Protection class: IP 40.
  • Vitra - Akari Table Lamp 1A
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    Vitra - Akari Table Lamp 1A
    In 1951, American/Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of more than 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models of table lights, standard lamps or ceiling lamps emerged. He chose the word "akari" as name for this lamps collection, the Japanese denomination for brightness and light, and also weightlessness. Collection Vitra Design Museum. "The light of Akari is like the light of the sun filtered through the paper of shoji. The harshness of electricity is thus transformed through the magic of paper back to the light of our origin - the sun - so that its warmth may continue to fill our rooms at night." (Isamu Noguchi)
  • Flos - Glo-Ball Basic
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    Flos - Glo-Ball Basic
    In 1998, Jasper Morrison created the Glo-Ball-Series for Italian luminaire producer Flos. The series includes in addition to the Glo-Ball Basic which is introduced right now, the Glo-Ball table lamp, Glo-Ball floor lamp, the Mini Glo-Ball table lamp and the Glo-Ball suspended lamp. The globed formed luminaries provide a diffuse light which is full of atmosphere. More details: Table lamp for diffuse light. Technical description: Diffusor made of mouth-blown opal glass with etched surface and a cover-ring with pressure-casting aluminium alloy thread, galvanized and alodine-chrome-plated. Socked is made of 30% fiberglass reinforced, injection moulded polyamide and the diffusor support made of pressure-casting, grey painted aluminium alloy. Illuminant: 1 X max. 150W E27 HSGS/F (for Glo-Ball Basic 1), 1 x max. 230W E27 HSGS/F (for Glo-Ball Basic 2) Voltage (V) 230. The ON/OFF control of the dimmer (0 to 100%) is at the bifilar cable. Length of the cable: 190 Cm.
  • Alessi - Amanita Lamp
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    Alessi - Amanita Lamp
    The table lamp Amanita is another masterpiece, which emerged in cooperation between the brothers Campana and the company Alessi. The lamp consists of Rattan and it is equipped with a cable switch that adjusts the light in three steps. ”The brothers Campana and the company Alessi look back to a seven-years cooperation, rich of challenges and successes. In this collection, the designers present “Amanita”, a lamp whose name leans on the famous fly agarics: A unique structure of interwoven fibers forms the softly outwards growing stem, whose head throws a wide shadow. The diffuse light shines through the whole object and creates a warm, soft atmosphere. The form of this lamp was developed during years of fascination for wicker cradle as design material, which has already been a focus for the Campana brothers in the 90s and that often appeared in their works. The “Shark Chair” (2000) and the collection “TransPlastic” (2007) are the most surprising examples for this occupation. Thanks to its elastic quality, wicker braiding can be formed to organic forms that instantly offer a contemporaneous aura to the design. “Amanita” is a new expression of the challenge of creating a unique design which would convince by design and poetry at the same time. Thereby Alessi again achieved in keeping the handicraft charm.” Studio Fratelli Campana. The table lamp Amanita by the Campana brothers is hand braided. Its form reminds of the elegant shade of the fly agarics (lat. Amanita). The soft, indirect light which passes through the braided work generates a suggestive effect with small light beams that create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Amanita possesses two illuminants (fluorescent illuminants of the energy saving class A / E27 socket), one in the base and the other one in the head; they can be turned on separately and allow the selection between three different light combinations.
  • Artemide - Eclisse Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Eclisse Table Lamp
    The Eclisse Table Lamp is also available in the special colour red, only for a short period of time. The Eclisse table lamp was already designed in the year 1967 by Vico Magistretti for the Italian manufacturer Artemide. The illuminants are positioned in the head of the small sculpture and are covered by a rotatable sphere that is opened on one side, serving as a manual dimmer. The open sphere in the Eclisse lamp can be turned freely and it reveals the interior bulb step by step like that. Depending on how much the sphere shows from the illuminant, the light is stronger or weaker, more direct or indirect: If the sphere hides the illuminant completely, the light will only shine from its sides. If the illuminant is viewable, the light will be directly led into the room. This is how Eclisse enables manual dimming of the light and creates the desired atmosphere for relaxing moments, reading or working. The Eclisse table lamp by Artemide consists of lacquered metal and it is available in three colours. The small lamp is moreover suitable for wall mountings. The Eclisse table lamp by Artemide was already awarded in the year 1967 with the Compasso d’Oro. The small lamp is displayed in numerous museums all around the world today.
  • Foscarini - Binic table lamp
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    Foscarini - Binic table lamp
    Binic is a small table lamp with a vivid design and available in six different colours. The lamp from the Foscarini house was designed by the French designer Ionna Vautrin. Binic imparts empathy and it convinces with an independent character. As a gift idea or for the personal use Binic is affordable and versatile: A real “Take-Away” product or “Love at first sigh”, like the young designer Ionna Vautrin would say. Binic is small but full of strong personality. With its pleasant, poetic and a little caricature-looking form it attracts all attention irresistibly. Binic projects a soft light that acts like a private lighthouse: Angularly downwards. The light does not shine directly from the illuminant, but it is damped by a board. Binic possesses an aluminium foot and a polycarbonate shade. The upper round volume with a glossy surface and a satined cone base seems to be gravity resistant. Despite this, Binic is completely stable because the weight difference is only a visual effect. The designer Ionna Vautrin designed a range of six colours to offer a wider dimension to the lamp like this. White, green, red, orange, petrol, grey: A wide colour tone range for a design product, to be integrated in every furnishing style but overall, this was made to suit every personality that chose Binic. Ionna Vautrin was inspired by her origin region, the Bretagne, its sea and her sea travelling for Binic. The main inspiration for the small lamp was given by the wind bags from the boats. The word “Binic” itself is the designation for a lighthouse at the coast in the Bretagne.
  • 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.
  • Flos - K Tribe Table Lamp
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    Flos - K Tribe Table Lamp
    After Philippe Starck already designed the successful Miss K Lamp and the Miss K Table Lamp for Flos, in the year 2007 emerged the K Tribe Table Lamp. The K Tribe Lamp creates diffuse light whose strength can be adjusted individually with an integrated dimmer. The K Tribe Table Lamp possesses a slim metal foot out of glossy polished aluminium. It is available in different variants that differ by the colour of the lampshade.
  • Muuto - Leaf Table Lamp
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    Muuto - Leaf Table Lamp
    A design as grown: The Leaf table lamp by Muuto looks like a leaf which grows upwards at the tube. The nature-friendly appearance is fulfilled by energy-saving LED technology. The connection out of graphic clearness and organic-soft forms was achieved by Mats Broberg and Johan Ridderstråle out of Stockholm: According to the angle it is observed from, the Leaf table lamp acts differently. The aluminium made Muuto Leaf is also available as floor lamp, which looks even better of course, when it is combined with the table lamp.
  • Formagenda - Don Camillo Table Lamp
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    Formagenda - Don Camillo Table Lamp
    Like its eponymous is the Don Camillo Table Lamp by Benjamin Hopf for Formagenda a charming, sometimes a little theatrical figure. Out of the interaction of two cones was a little, body-like figure created. Its "head" is movable. Does it lean back, the figure seems to be magnetised by a heavenly enlightenment. With a downcast head does it seem almost humbly and concentrated like its flare.
  • Discipline - Companion LED Table Lamp
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    Discipline - Companion LED Table Lamp
    Companion is an innovative table lamp which connects flexible joints with its appealing look. The playful appearance however shouldn’t hide its function, since the design object by Discipline is ideally suitable as working lamp. The structure out of ash wood with decent details out of metal offers a natural and comfortable appearance to the Companion table lamp. The design object by Discipline acts friendly and lovingly contrasting other table lamps. These attributes make it an ideal company on the desk – a quality which gave the name to the table lamp. Jack Smith and Gemma Matthias, both designers of the Companion, emphasize that the table lamp is usable without restrictions in its functions, while it is unique in between the wide mass with its capturing soul and the elegant look: Three joints make the Companion table lamp completely flexible so that its direct light beam is movable into every possible direction. The cable is invisible from outside, hidden in the lamp, without disturbing the natural appeal of the lamp.
  • Luceplan - Constanza Table Lamp
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    Luceplan - Constanza Table Lamp
    Constanza is an elegant table lamp with modern sensor dimmers. Designer Paolo Rizzatto designed the lamp for Luceplan in 1986. The sensor dimmer is placed at a small metal rod directly at the shade of the lamp. A soft touch is enough to adapt the light intensity to individual demands, or simply to switch the lamp on and off. With its weightless and furthermore washable shade, Constanza creates a diffuse and pleasantly warm light. The shade however, is fixed at two points, so that it see-saws softly and keeps its balance if it is pushed. The slim and elegantly structured design of the Constanza table lamp is seamlessly inserted in every surrounding. With the expandable telescope rod out of aluminium, the height of the lamp can vary between 120 and 160 centimetres. Luceplan suggests an illuminant with an E27 socket and maximal 150 Watt for the powering of the Constanza table lamp. Diffusor and lampshade must be bought separately for a complete lamp.
  • Artemide - Demetra Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Demetra Table Lamp
    Artemide made the maybe most famous desk lamp of our days with the Tolomeo. The Demetra picks this historical heritage up and takes it to contemporaneous times. With the Demetra LED table lamp, the Italian manufacturer Artemide proves that it is rightly considered an innovative pioneer. Artemide designed the Demetra table lamp together with the Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa, delighting with minimalism, function, efficiency and intelligence. The dimmable Demetra is ideally suitable to be used for work with its brightness of 600 lumen. The slim, adjustable arms and the flexibility of the lamp’s head are freely movable because of the cords mechanism, similar to the one in the classic Tolomeo. The design is still independent, since the reduced silhouette cites the legendary Tolomeo without imitating it. The Artemide Demetra is also usable in the living room because of its 3000 Kelvin that spread pleasantly warm light. Artemide produces the minimalistic table lamp out of lacquered aluminium. The edition with presence sensor has one specialty: After 12 minutes of absence the light is switched off automatically.
  • serien.lighting - Reef Table Lamp
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    serien.lighting - Reef Table Lamp
    The sensual qualities of the ceramic particularly come into their own with this table luminaire. Illuminated, the shade shimmers gently and atmospherically. The light that is emitted downward, on the other hand, is extremely bright and covers a very wide area. The whole image is fulfilled by the stylish aluminium socket-holder. And besides the beautiful atmosphere, Reef is also extremely practical: The shade is easily removable and even dishwasher safe. The table lamp and the related lamp’s series has been developed by the Kassel design office “next space” in the year 2003.
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Tavolo LED table lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Tavolo LED table lamp
    The Italian company Artemide produces the well known Tolomeo lamps from the designers Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi since 1987.The Tolomeo LED table lamp runs with energy saving and long lasting LEDs. Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi reached a trend-setting and extremely successful design of a desk lamp in that time, which is placed on numerous architects offices and agencies today, with Tolomeo. The highly movable frame, the simple alu-look and the hat-formed shade are the characteristics of the Tolomeo lamp whose simple and archetypical forms served as inspiration source for similar lamps for many other companies and designers. Because of the enormous flexibility of the swing-arm and the rotatable lamp shade, the direct light from the Tolomeo LED table lamp is perfectly suitable for desks. The LED illuminants are characterized by strongly reduced power consumption, a long life and optimal light yield. At LED lamps, the light is 100% directly led to the room so that the energy consumption and light emission to other directions is excluded. The table lamp Tolomeo LED from Artemide consists of glossy and polished aluminium. For the lamps’ construction there are also table feet, a table clamp or a screw mounting available.
  • Foscarini - Yoko Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Yoko Table Lamp
    With Yoko, Foscarini presents a table lamp which breaks with our usual consciousness: The lamp’s body is in the lower part of the unusual design object. Already the name reveals what Yoko is about: It consists of two similar, but not equal syllables, as well as the dialogue between two different volumes that cut and complete each other. The soft, nature inspired tones with a core of white light make up such an ambience with the lamp. The Foscarini Yoko breaks the archetype of a classic table lamp by means of placing the light body in the base instead of the top. Covering it with a shining bubble. Yoko was developed in order to create spontaneous emotions as a precise connection of two weightless shapes, a new kind of poetry and technology in one. Transparent shadows and reflexes make up a shiny living atmosphere. To reach this effect, Foscarini manufactures the Yoko out of PMMA plastic with “Blow-Moulding” technology. Materials and production allow that the Foscarini Yoko table lamp appears weightless and stable, airy and present, artistic and functional at the same time.
  • Moooi - Brave New World Lamp
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    Moooi - Brave New World Lamp
    It is possible to produce a complex lamp out of simple materials that transports the warm soul of oak wood on a mechanic way, inside of a “Brave New World”. The Moooi Brave New World lamp realizes such kinds of ideals. The design team Freshwest was inspired by the filigree and complex expression of Asian constructions for their floor lamp that reminds us of an oversized table lamp, made for Moooi. There was no construction plan for this lamp, as well as there wasn’t one for the models: Every piece was added one by one, until the basic mechanic structure was decided. Since many small pieces make the whole image of the Brave New World lamp, the design team could concentrate on small details. The Brave New World lamp by Moooi is made of numerous oak wood sticks and two counterweights of cast iron. The adjustment mechanism of the Moooi Brave New World should be made with two hands in order to keep the stability of it unchanged. Moooi offers the Brave New World in two sizes (H 180 cm and H 270 cm).
  • Foscarini - Rituals Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Rituals Table Lamp
    The Rituals lamp series, which has been made by the architects and designers Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for Foscarini bribes with its plasticity. The lamps move playfully in the slim path between occident and orient. The challenge was to realize the weightlessness of Washi paper of oriental lanterns in a group of glass lamps. A creation with only succeeded because of the experience of Foscarini and the skills of the glassblowers of Murano. The whole Rituals lamps series includes pendant lamps and table lamps. The Rituals table lamps spend diffuse light. The collection offers three diffusor shapes out of mouth blown glass with a blowing technique, in which glass is blown until it has its final form, without turning it inside of a mould (called “a fermo”). The stripes effect is reached by negative-decorations, which repeat on the glass surface. Afterwards the glass is filed by hand and submerged in acids in order to reach a plaster effect. The lamps are available in two socket editions with G9 (with dimmer) or E27. Rituals creates a very intimal, moody illumination. Every lamp fulfils another function and is made for a different basement. The lowest edition serves as table lamp, the highest as floor lamp, and the smallest as bedside table lamp. The bow-effect on the surface of the Foscarini Rituals table lamp makes up contrastive bright-dark effects on the plaster like corpus. Since the lamp’s body is held by three slim metal feet, it is a very expressive element the lamp seems to float on.
  • Manufacturer Moustache Moustache - The Cave Table Lamp
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    Manufacturer Moustache Moustache - The Cave Table Lamp
    The indent stone-like inside of the lamp was inspired by a real cave: The plastic and voluminous structure inside of The Cave by Moustache enables illumination that reminds us of reflexions, full of three-dimensionality and a little bit of mystique. Benjamin Graindorge designed The Cave with a corpus out of ceramics which makes the light shine matt and which emphasizes the dents with light. This is how The Cave is inspiring and magic – since the table lamp by Moustache spends decorative and indirect light.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Shelter Table Lamp
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    Normann Copenhagen - Shelter Table Lamp
    Shelter is a simple lamp full of character, which spreads pleasant light. The conic shape of the base and the rounded lampshade offer a soft and friendly appearance contrasting the clear lines. Shelter was created by the Danish design duo HolmbäckNordentoft and it is available as table lamp and floor lamp. The design of Shelter plays with proportions and details. The white interior of the lampshade reflects the light, while its wide, bent shape ensures pleasant, glare-free illumination. HolmbäckNordentoft tell: „The idea of Shelter developed out of our brainstorming of how to create a visual connection between cable and lamp. A cable is a necessary evil, but how to make a virtue out of the necessity? That’s the base of development of the special appearance of the lamp.” Shelter is available in a classic black as well as in a mineral dust grey. The table as well as the floor lamp ensure special mood illuminations in a room corner, besides a reading armchair or a sofa. Shelter is also suitable as reading lamp in the office or the bedroom.
  • Next - Birdie Nam Nam
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    Next - Birdie Nam Nam
    Fleet-footed like a little bird is the table lamp Birdie Nam Nam. Its Name got Birdie Nam Nam through the legendary movie “The Party” with the British comedian Peter Sellers. The egg-shaped lamp consists of porcelain and can be continuously adjusted 360 degrees. The floor stand is made out of steel. As a bulb, a standard E 14 reflector with a maximum of 30 W can be used. Birdie Nam Nam is in black and white available. It is only for usage in the interior.
  • Ingo Maurer - Looksoflat LED Table Lamp
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    Ingo Maurer - Looksoflat LED Table Lamp
    The Looksoflat table lamp has been designed by Stefan Geisbauer for Ingo Maurer. The original table lamp has initially been designed on the Euroluce and Spazio Krizia during the design week in 2011. Looksoflat is a classic desk lamp on the first sight, in the style of the Carwardine’s Anglepoise lamp. If one looks closer, it is instantly recognizable that this lamp only imitates the look. Really it is very flat, according to its name, getting an original and independent appearance. Looksoflat is a high quality lamp with adjustable arms and LED technique. They connect innovative design with energy saving consumption. The design of the Looksoflat table lamp by the designer Stefan Geisbauer was nominated for the design award of the Federal Republic Germany in 2012 in the category “Newcomer”. More details: Table lamp out of aluminium. 230/125/12 Volt. LED 2 x 6,5 Watt warm white, 3000 Kelvin, 475 lm. Switch at lamp’s head. Available in aluminium, white or natural edition. Cable silver, with electronic ballast.
  • Suck UK logo Suck UK - Teddy Bear Lamp
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    Suck UK logo Suck UK - Teddy Bear Lamp
    A clever mind: Teddy Bear Lamp by Suck UK is a shiny teddy. No wonder that it spreads warm and soft light. Whether the Teddy Bear Lamp is a cuddly toy or a lamp – the design object by Suck UK is curiously wonderful. Spare a little space for the Teddy in your heart; it will sit quietly on a shelf or on the bedside table. The black lampshade reflects the golden colour of the inside in order to emphasize how golden the bear beneath really is. The fanciful teddy is also illuminated via the included power adapter or also simply via USB. With its soft body, the Teddy Bear Lamp will find a place for it everywhere, without falling. The poor toy bear by Suck UK might have lost its head, but it will therefore delight every room and mood!
  • Klein & More - Trapeze LED table lamp
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    Klein & More - Trapeze LED table lamp
    The Trapeze LED is an extremely functional object: Animated with playful design and variable proportions, the Klein & More table lamp serves as working place illumination as well as living room lamp. All the movements of the Trapeze table lamp by Klein & More are free and flowing with an unrestricted action radius, several axis and the balanced weights – the light can be used where it is desired. Thanks to the LED technology, the ultra-thin diffuser illuminates a wide area with uniform spread bright and also warm light. Electricity runs through the lamp’s base over the variable axis directly to the lamp’s head. This is how a cable isn’t necessary, and it won’t therefore disturb the free movement of the joints. Playful and with a lot of life enjoyment is how the aluminium, steel and ABS made Trapeze LED by Klein & More spreads balanced light to modern working places.
  • Lexon - Z-Light
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    Lexon - Z-Light
    Radically clear: Lexon presents a table lamp which consequently renounces unnecessary details: The Z-Light. Harmonic proportions and the reduced design ensure to be a statement on your desk. The design of the Z-Light isn’t the only modern thing of it; also its technique shines at this point: Since the table lamp by Lexon has current LED technology, it only needs 0.5 W, while the desk is lighted with pleasant, direct light. The cables are invisibly hidden in the lamp’s head, so that the clear design remains saved. Lexon manufactures the Z-Light out of aluminium and bamboo. The natural material adds a small contrast to the modern-cool design. The lamp’s head is adjustable at two heights, while the on and off buttons are powered by a decent touch sensor. The consequent design brought the Alain Lee and Ming Yang designed Z-Light a Red Dot Award in 2012.
  • KAISER idell - 6556-T Table Lamp
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    KAISER idell - 6556-T Table Lamp
    The 1930 designed KAISER Idell table lamp 6556-T by Christian Dell embodies the style of the Bauhaus movement of that time. The lamp is characterized by its formal closeness and it bribes by only some basic construction elements at the same time. The flat fan-like, asymmetric reflector shade with a diameter of 185 mm out of high quality steel sheet is characteristic for this lamp. The clever shape of the reflector enables a technically sophisticated light direction connected with the perfect lamp position and the white interior lacquer. Connected on top of the reflector there is the socket dome, which is equipped with the embossing “ORIGINAL KAISER idell”. The independent but simple designed joints with their intelligent form, enable great flexibility and variability then they are used. The upper tilt joint has a shapely screw clamp which is robust, but still acting filigree. The lower tilt joint is hidden in the socket of the table lamp. The harmonic formed lamp’s arm follows the silhouette of the reflector shade. The whole weight of the lamp is about 2.3 kg. The 6556-T table lamp has been adapted to the nowadays technical directive including all certificates. Regarding design, quality and handicraft manufacturing arts, it is identic to the original in all its details. The “German piece of light culture” is reedited and produced in black and matt black by the company “KAISERidell A/S” based in Vejle, Denmark.
  • Artemide - Onfale Tavolo table lamp
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    Artemide - Onfale Tavolo table lamp
    The Onfale Tavolo Artemide catches the viewers eye right away: The mushroom-shaped, made ​​of hand-blown opal glass table lamp illuminates the environment with diffuse and pleasant room light. The Onfale Tavolo table lamp is available in different sizes and therfore offers to be placed numerous times in various sizes in order to create a sculpture landscape made out of glass and light. The entire body of the Onfale Tavolo table lamp is made out of mouth-blown opal glass, the edge of the lampshade is complemented by a strip of transparent crystal glass, which accentuates the aesthetic of the designer lamp made by the Italian manufacturer Artemide in addition.
  • Verpan - New Wave Table Lamp
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    Verpan - New Wave Table Lamp
    The New Wave by Verner Panton already emerged in 1970 in cooperation with the traditional Danish glass manufacturer Holmegaard. The characteristic table lamp produced by Verpan today, bribes by its horizontal lines and a clear silhouette, which still acts modern. Verner Panton always enjoyed to experiment with material’s limits: The production out of opal glass, without breaking the design, was only reachable with huge effort in the 70s. This is how the glass makes up the harmonic form of the Verpan New Wave, which is organic and still clear – typical for Panton products. The organic table lamp grows like a mushroom, foot and shade melt to one piece. The new Wave spreads diffuse light by means of the usage of two illuminants (E14 max. 40W) inside, appearing soft and noble. The cast, anodized metal socket continuously ensures save stand. The lamp is delivered with a white textile cable, suiting the opal glass. Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.
  • roomsafari - c.lamp
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    roomsafari - c.lamp
    Formally and functionally out of one cast: C.lamp is a lamp and a clamp in one and easily mounted at every kind of table or shelving board. C.lamp consists of powder coated aluminium, it is energy saving and creates a warm light atmosphere with its LEDs. The clamp lamp by roomsafari ensures brightness of a common 30W bulb with only 3W of consumption. The innovative light is available in silver, black or white – and there is a sophisticated tissue cable with foot switch as additional accent, available in different colours.
  • Oluce - Coupé 2202 Table Lamp
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    Oluce - Coupé 2202 Table Lamp
    The Coupé 2202 table lamp was designed by the famous designer Joe Colombo for the Italian company Oluce in 1967. It is a classic today and exposed in the permanent collection of the MoMA in New York. Joe Colombo renounced unnecessary details when he designed his Coupé 2202: The Coupé table lamp convinces with its simple and straight lined design, where nothing disturbs the completed shape. The classic colours moreover ensure that the Coupé fits in the most different furnishings without any problems. The Oluce Coupé 2202 spends direct light. The direction of the light can be adjusted according to your demands, since the aluminium reflector is rotatable and adjustable. The reflector is in a chrome plated tube. The foot of the lamp consists of lacquered metal and offers secure stand to it.
  • Foscarini - Gregg Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Gregg Table Lamp
    The Gregg lamp by Foscarini is the result of natural inspiration and intense research. The design by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba reminds us of large, water welded pebbles. The Gregg table lamp nearly works without base, so that the shape of the lamp’s body is completely emphasized. This is how the Gregg table lamp can also be used as floor lamp. The Foscarini produced Gregg table lamp is dimmable and fills every living and sleeping room with pleasant, diffuse light. Gregg is made out of mouth blown glass which gets a noble appearance by a staining procedure. The flowing round shape of the table lamp is leaned to organic shapes and therefore it acts very familiar. Strong geometric requirements don’t matter at Gregg. Material and shape of Gregg enable a versatility which can create a complete light landscape: Not only three Gregg table lamp sizes are available, but also a pendant lamp, a floor lamp, a ceiling lamp and an outdoor lamp are available out of the Foscarini Gregg series in different colours each one.
  • Artemide - Melampo Notte Table Lamp
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    Artemide - Melampo Notte Table Lamp
    The Melampo Notte table lamp by Artemide is ideally suitable as night table or table lamp for the living room. It is possible to read with it, as well as to use it as pleasant illumination to watch TV or to drink a coffee because of its direct or indirect light – according to the adjustment. The high quality materials which are used to produce it, offer an elegant and noble appearance, giving the completing touch to its surrounding. The shade of the Melampo Notte table lamp is adjustable in three different positions for a more pleasant light spread.
  • Artemide - Dioscuri Tavolo table lamp
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    Artemide - Dioscuri Tavolo table lamp
    The design of the Dioscuri Tavolo table lamp by Artemide was created by Michele de Lucchi. This multiple awarded designer equipped the spherical table lamp with a mouth blown copula out of etched glass, which is also usable for outdoors (IP 65) because of the natural characteristics. The socket, made out of thermoplastic resin and the diffuse, pleasant light for living is especially enjoyable in the living room. The Dioscuri Tavolo table lamp by Artemide is available in different sizes. Moreover the Dioscuri lamp is also available as outdoor edition.
  • Foscarini - Doll Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Doll Table Lamp
    Designs by Ionna Vaitrin act friendly and charming. After the successful Binic table lamp, another icon emerged in cooperation with the lamps specialist Foscarini: The Doll table lamp. It was inspired by the Japanese Kokeshi dolls – the French designer made a bribing, simple table lamp with cosy, nearly childish charm. The large, round diffuser of the Doll table lamp is responsible for this impression. It sits on a slim, cylinder-like frame, which reminds of oil lamps of a nostalgic kind. This is how the Foscarini Doll is pleasant wherever a warm ambience is desired. The diffusor of the Doll table lamp consists of mouth-blown glass. The socket out of polycarbonate and ABS is available in different colours (ivory, green, grey and red).
  • Artemide - Mezzachimera Table lamp
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    Artemide - Mezzachimera Table lamp
    The table lamp Mezzachimera is the little brother of the Chimera floor lamp. The lamp was created in 1969 by Vico Magistretti for the Italian lamps manufacturer Artemide. The elegant wavy shape of the lamp is underlined by the transparent white of the lamp’s body. Mezzachimera spreads indirect light. The three illuminants light up the whole body of the lamp from inside in different intensities. This way the wavy shape of the lamp is elegantly accentuated and underlines the sculptural character. The transparent body of Artemide’s Chimera floor lamp is made of methacrylate. The wavy shape is achieved by bending the material while it is still hot during the manufacturing process. The base of the lamp is made of lacquered steel.
  • Belux - U-Turn Table Lamp
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    Belux - U-Turn Table Lamp
    The LED spot family U-TURN by BELUX invites for playful interaction with light. The spot is easy to turn into a maximal action radius and it is even completely rotatable. U-Turn is a flexible light tool which ensures high enjoyment with the lighting radius. The central elements of the U-Turn table lamp are the ball joint and the round large light head. In its middle there is a magnetic deepening, which is placed on top of a metal sphere. This mechanism allows an easy moving of the light head and enables a large action radius. The deepening can be separated, turned and fixed again from the ball with one simple handling since it is magnetic on both sides. This is how direct or indirect LED light can be chosen for the U-Turn lamp. Moreover it is possible to change the light angle with a simple turn – similar to the Zoom of a camera. The high quality material out of aluminium die cast is also mirrored in the robust design. The U-Turn light family includes six editions (reading, pendant, wall, ceiling, table and clamp lamps) in different colours: Black, silver and telegrey. Moreover they are all available with ON/Off switches or touch dimmers (except for the clamp lamp).
  • Artemide - Tolomeo Tavolo LED table lamp
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    Artemide - Tolomeo Tavolo LED table lamp
    The Italian company Artemide produces the well known Tolomeo lamps from the designers Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi since 1987.The Tolomeo LED table lamp runs with energy saving and long lasting LEDs. Giancarlo Fassina and Michele de Lucchi reached a trend-setting and extremely successful design of a desk lamp in that time, which is placed on numerous architects offices and agencies today, with Tolomeo. The highly movable frame, the simple alu-look and the hat-formed shade are the characteristics of the Tolomeo lamp whose simple and archetypical forms served as inspiration source for similar lamps for many other companies and designers. Because of the enormous flexibility of the swing-arm and the rotatable lamp shade, the direct light from the Tolomeo LED table lamp is perfectly suitable for desks. The LED illuminants are characterized by strongly reduced power consumption, a long life and optimal light yield. At LED lamps, the light is 100% directly led to the room so that the energy consumption and light emission to other directions is excluded. The table lamp Tolomeo LED from Artemide consists of glossy and polished aluminium. For the lamps’ construction there are also table feet, a table clamp or a screw mounting available.
  • Kartell Bourgie
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    Kartell Bourgie
    The innovation of the classic: The baroque lamp. The revolutionary innovation of the Bourgie Lamp by Kartell is that it is made of transparent or coloured polycarbonate. Because of that the Bourgie stands for class, luxury and tradition, on the other hand for innovation, transparent and a certain cockiness. The quality of the material and the sophisticated treatment let this glass lamp by Kartell become a very elegant piece. The foot is designed in a baroque style and is made of three decorated levels, which form a cross shape together. The lamp shade is pleated, so that wonderful light reflects are created when it is switched on. Thanks to the special mounting system of the shade, the lamp is adjustable in three heights. That's why Bourgie can be mounted in the wished height and later be changed. Bourgie has an even more individual character therefore and it can also be used as wonderful decorative lamp for tables or desks.
  • Design House Stockholm - Block Lamp
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    Design House Stockholm - Block Lamp
    Today the Block Lamp belongs to the design classics and is known all over the world. In 1996, designed by the Finish designer Harri Koskinen, the Block Lamp is since 2000 in the constant collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Since entering of the Block Lamp through the business Design House Stockholm, the lamp was awarded with many design prizes - e.g with the Excellent Swedish Design (1998), the Design Plus Award (1999) or the Best New Product at the Accent Show in New York (1999), just to name some of them. The Block Lamp is made of handmade clear glass, which is finsihed in a complex cooling process and gives the lamp its typical illusory mpression of a ice block. The two glass halfs enclose the illuminant (E 12 - 230V/15 W) and cater for a harmonic lighting on the table or as floor lamp in hallway or living room. Optional a wall mounting out of painted iron for the Block Lamp, with which the lamp becomes a unique wall lamp, can be ordered. Becasue of the 10th anniversary the Design House Stockholm published the lamp with different-coloured, textile-coated electro-cables (red, white and black). The illuminant is included in the delivery package!
  • Flos - Miss Sissi Tablelamp
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    Flos - Miss Sissi Tablelamp
    Since 1991, Miss Sissi is produced by the Italian lamp producer Flos. Already created in 1988 by the Popstar of Design – Philippe Starck, Miss Sissi is included in the range of products called “Good Goods” which composed for a catalogue of the mail order business La Redoute. In addition to t-shirts, teddy bears, kayaks and gas masks, Miss Sissi belongs to the “non-products for non-consumers” which Starck wanted to offer for “a moral market of the future” like a “political tool which aims directly at the heart of consumption.” Right after designing Miss Sissi, Starck said about the table lamp: “It was not me who created it, it was all of us.” The form language of Miss Sissi stresses anonymity and functionality and is thus a pretty good example of “non-design”. “In times where the trend on the market goes to far too complicated lamps with a narcissistic design, I thought, it would be necessary to regain the idea of an archetypical, small lamp like it is in all of us. The result is Miss Sissi. The usage of synthetic material facilitates the mass production and ensures that Sissi is affordable for everyone. As Sissi is a model of non-design, its conception arose from our collective memory. The table lamp spreads direct light and diffuse light. Light corpus, diffuser and diffuser holder are made out of injection molded, painted polycarbonate (UL-94 V0), the light's socket ensures stability with included sinker. On and off switch is regulated at the two-branch cable.
  • Next - DNA Table Lamp
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    Next - DNA Table Lamp
    The shape of the DNA table lamp becomes an organically growing structure, out of a simple basic element. Three synthetic modules with a total of seven illuminants come together for a shapely light-object which is not only leaned on deoxyribonucleic acid (short: DNA) regarding its name, but also regarding its form: Carrier of human genotype. DNA is not only available as table lamp - it is developed as collection by the manufacturer next, made of different illumiant types. The table lamp displays itself through its simplicity, the associations to the plant world, from the flower to the tree. With a cord-dimmer, the DNA lightens up the life in every desired way. The table lamp is available in the timeless colour white and as classy chrome edition. DNA was designed by the design-duo Hopf & Wortmann, which worked together untill 2007 in its „office for design“.
  • Belux - Babycloud LED Table Lamp
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    Belux - Babycloud LED Table Lamp
    Since 2005 Belux distributes lamps out of the Clouds Family. Exceptional pendant, floor and stand lamps were in the assortment until now. There finally came the next generation: The Babycloud LED table lamp. As well as the rest of the family, the Babycloud was designed by the star-architect and designer Frank Gehry. The lamp’s shade consists of in-another placed bowl-elements that enable a buckling of the shade. Thereby Babycloud is extremely tire-resistant since it is made out of polyester which is furthermore aging-resistant and flame-resistant. The foot of the Babycloud LED is made out of walnut; the frame of the lamp consists of chrome-steel. The small table lamp from Belux ensures pleasant light and comfortable atmosphere in living and sleeping areas with its especially developed, energy saving 5 Watt LED illuminant. The On/Off switch of the lamp is integrated in the cable. More details: Equipped with a specially developed LED light bulb (5W, warm white 2700 K) - Cover made out of polyester and practically tire-resistant, age-, and flames-resistant. Socket out of walnut (massive wood) - Switch integrated in the cable.
  • Foscarini - Lumiere XXS Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Lumiere XXS Table Lamp
    Lumiere XXS by Foscarini is able to shape its environment intensively, no matter its location. The combination of colours of the tripod and the diffuser are adding a new style and character to the lamp. No matter whether the variant is white only, black only, white-bronze or white-black, the lamp always looks balanced, sophisticated and meaningful, but not ostentatious. The light is based on the contrast between warm and cold, technology and craftsmanship. Lumiere XXS by Foscarini is a table lamp with a diffuser of white or black blown glass and with a tripod of varnished aluminium, which is available in white or bronze. Foscarini recommends the use of 1x48W G9 halogen bulbs or, for 120 V the use of halogen 1x40W G9 type T4 Bi-Pin bulbs. New proportions and, compared to the “historic” light Lumiere, a completely re-designed project: The diffuser of the lights Lumiere XXL and XXS is of a new geometrical shape, while the metal tripod is not only accentuated more but it also shows a new varnish. The Lumiere XXS lamp was introduced only one year after the launch of the Lumiere XXL – a name that stands for the twenty years of the successful collection. The same balanced shapes, the same combination of materials and production for a new dimension, which is slightly smaller than the others, which can, however, be used for a range of things. Lumiere XXS is also available in the combinations white/black, bronze/white and bronze/black.
  • Moooi - Rabbit Lamp
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    Moooi - Rabbit Lamp
    Master Lamp for the table… The Rabbit Lamp has been designed by the Design Team Front Design for the Netherlands manufacturer Moooi. The table lamp is part of the three-part collection of furniture and lamps that include the real-size Horse Lamp and the Pig Table besides the Rabbit Lamp. The rabbit-body consists of fibre glass. The lamp’s shade is made out of a PVC/viscose-material that has been tensed on a metal frame and closed to its top. …A perfect guest for a tea-party of the crazy Hat-Maker.
  • Vitra - Akari 3X Table Lamp
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    Vitra - Akari 3X Table Lamp
    The table lamp Akari 3X is one of the Akari light sculptures from Isamu Noguchi. The filigree lamp with the distinctive loaf pan produces a soft light that runs through a screen of fine Shoji paper. The name Akari is, fitting to the design of the Akari table lamp, the Japanese expression for brightness and light, which also includes airiness. From 1951 the Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi designed the Akari light sculptures, more than 100 handmade shoji paper models at a total, as table, stand or ceiling lamps. “The light from an Akari lamp is like sunlight that is filtered through the shoji paper. The magic of the paper converts the cold electricity back to eternal sunlight. For the warmth also persists through the night filling our rooms” (Isamu Noguchi)
  • Flos - Minikelvin LED Table Lamp
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    Flos - Minikelvin LED Table Lamp
    The Mini-Kelvin LED is the smaller edition of the iconic Kelvin table lamp by the multiple awarded designer Antonio Citterio. Thanks to its compact form it is especially suitable for smaller spaces. Modern technique meets timeless forms: 30 LEDs create a pleasant working light, which is dimmable in three steps, while the Mini-Kelvin LED table lamp remains decently in the background. The head of the working lamp is pivotable, so that the light gets to where it is needed. With its reduced size it is more suitable for smaller tables than its already famous “big sister”. The head of the Minikelvin LED consists of aluminium dye casting, the diffuser of photo-engraved methycrylate with aluminium-plated frame. The base is made out of pressure cast Zamak. The ON/OFF-switch is equipped with a soft-touch technology and enables the adjustment of the light beam with two intensity-grades (100% - 50% - 0%).
  • Alessi - La Stanza dello Scirocco Lamp
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    Alessi - La Stanza dello Scirocco Lamp
    “The shadow-filtered light talks about peaceful moments, instable and nervous, as one knows it from under the crown of a tree, protected by the sunlight. The shadows filter the light that softly falls down into our hands, on the book we are reading, to the image of what we love, to the world we think of. The light is inside of the house, a white lamp is in the shadow: It creates the pale beams of the morning on the walls; or a steel lamp, that offers shaking light-spots as the most warm of all twilights do.“ Mario Trimarchi. The lamp La Stanza dello Scirocco is a clever, illuminating edition of the Mario Trimarchi designed collection of the year 2009.The collection is offered in two editions: Out of stainless steel 18/10 and white lacquered steel. The wide form of the designer creates different light effects that illustrate the connection of light and shadows, defining the collection. The facets-rich steel surfaces create a warm light with dynamic shadow-games, while the white edition of the light rather spreads light homogeny and makes up a clear atmosphere with transparent shadows. More details: Illuminant: Halogen 42 W / E14-Socket. Material: La Stanza dello Scirocco al tramonto - stainless steel 18/10 / La Stanza dello Scirocco all’alba - steel, epoxy resin coloured steel, white.
  • Kartell - Cindy Table Lamp
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    Kartell - Cindy Table Lamp
    Cindy is the new interpretation of the typical 70s table lamp from the designer Ferruccio Laviani. The small lamp has a flat, metallic design that reflects uncountable shiny beams. The Italian Company Kartell manufactures Cindy out of metallic ABS plastic. The table lamp possesses a spherical shade and a round foot which ends up in a drop-form. The speciality at Cindy is the combination of this flat shapes with the glossy surface. The Cindy table lamp spreads a nearby transparent light from the laterals of the lampshade when it is switched on. Here it meets the metallic corpus of the lamp and creates then uncountable, impressing reflexes. Depending on the colour of the lamp, the reflexes of the light act differently. Kartell offset Cindy therefore in differently covering metallic tones. The colours mint green, blue, purple, orange, pink, dark gold, grey metallic and platinum are also available.
  • Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Duii Table Lamp
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    Succeful Living from Diesel Diesel Living - Duii Table Lamp
    The table lamp Duii is a lamp with personality, since it is named after a prominent comic figure: Dewey Duck, one of the nephews of Donald Duck was the inspiration for this exceptional table lamp. According to the name giving example, the base of the lamp reminds of a duck’s foot. Thanks to an insertion, this area can also be used as practical deposit. The round body of the head reminds of the hat of Donald Duck’s nephew and makes the lamp appear as if it was a small robot. The joint arm which connects the base and the head of the lamp, is equipped with differently coloured butterfly screws, ensuring the flexibility of the joint arm and a playful, mechanic-appealing design. The Duii table lamp is offered in different colours.
  • Propaganda - Mr. P One Man Shy
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    Propaganda - Mr. P One Man Shy
    One Man Shy is a humorous table lamp from the Thai company Propaganda. The warm light displays Mr. P’s body in perfect scene converting him into an outstanding eye-catcher. On the bedside table or in the living room – Mr. P is always the focus in a room. Proud, sovereign and professional Mr. P balances the lamp-shade on his head. Although without shade, he looks more shy and reserved. Mr. P hides his face a little ashamed, since he is completely naked if there wasn’t the lampshade. Don’t let Mr. P standing naked like that but turn him on! The On/Off-button is at a predestinated spot. Besides the table lamp there are more products from the Mr. P collection at the Propaganda manufacturer.
  • Louis Poulsen - AJ Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - AJ Table Lamp
    The AJ Table Lamp is a design by the Danish design icon Arne Jacobsen for the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, which was inaugurated in 1960. Arne Jacobsen did not only design the building, he also designed interior design accessories such as other furniture, cutlery, textiles and lamps and created therewith the first design hotel of the world. The AJ Table Lamp catches someones eye through its unique, rotatable shade whose asymmetric shape disperes the light. The lamp foot with the characteristic opening adds elegance and weightlessness of the design. So it can be counted to one of the modern classics of the designs of the 20th century. The AJ-Table Lamp is based on the same principles as the AJ-Floor Lamp, for a better use as working lamp, the shade has been enlarged. The angle of the conical metal shade is attached in a way that it equals the angle of the lamp holder. That's how it was originally thought, but in reality the angle has been adapted as optical adjustment. When the lamp is tilted down, the frame of the lamp holder is horizontal. The inside of the shade is matt white. The shading is efficient, you cannot see the illuminant. It is advised to use a small light bulb, because the light can be used best and the light rays can be clearly confined. Rumours say that the hole in the base of the lamp is thought as a ashtray. The AJ Table Lamp is also available in graphite grey.
  • Vitra - Akari UF2-33N Table Lamp
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    Vitra - Akari UF2-33N Table Lamp
    The table lamp Akari UF2-33N is one of the Akari light sculptures from Isamu Noguchi. The filigree lamp with the round design produces a soft light that permeates through a screen of fine Shoji paper. The name Akari is, fitting the Akari table lamp design, the Japanese expression for brightness and light, which also includes airiness. From 1951 the Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi designed the Akari light sculptures, more than 100 handmade shoji paper models at a total, as table, stand or ceiling lamps. “The light from an Akari lamp is like sunlight that is filtered through the shoji paper. The magic of the paper converts the cold electricity back to eternal sunlight. For the warmth also persists through the night filling our rooms” (Isamu Noguchi)
  • serien.lighting - Job Table Lamp
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    serien.lighting - Job Table Lamp
    Job is the exclusive version of the classic working lamp. Its design is extremely elegant, it is pleasant to be held and sophisticated in its manufacturing: All metal pieces of Job consist of polished stainless steel, the arms of the lamp are made out of pure glass. The lamp’s head is 360° rotatable and can be tilted upwards and downwards. An on and off switch is placed in the lamp’s neck, with it the lamp is moreover step-less dimmable. More details: Design: Yaacov Kaufman. Material: Polished stainless steel and borosilicate glass. Lamps: Bulb 100 W/E27. Light: Directly downwards, on the side shielded by shade. Control: Switch on and off and dimming regulator in the lamp's neck. Other features: Available with round solid base, table clamp or furniture adapter.
  • Foscarini - Tua Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Tua Table Lamp
    Tua by Foscarini is a table lamp, which quickly becomes a very personal object. Its surprising simplicity is the result of careful considerations. The light Tua is oriented around a palm, which carries a light inside. This gesture is turned into a single, shaped metal surface and it serves both as a bracing element and a lamp shade. Turned on, the table lamp Tua by Foscarini creates a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere. As a single piece, the light is suitable for use in various places, such as the bed table or the desk. There are also various keys for interpretation: Inside, outside, two or three-dimensional or graphical symbol. Tua is always an elegant, secure and static element.
  • Ingo Maurer - Bulb Table Lamp
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    Ingo Maurer - Bulb Table Lamp
    The Bulb table lamp from Ingo Maurer is a classic of the modern lamp design. “Bulb” is an homage to the classic bulb: The unusual lamp appears with the form of an oversized bulb in which centre another small bulb takes place as illuminant. The table lamp Bulb from Ingo Maurer consists of mouth blown crystal glass with a bright chrome-plated metal base. In the Bulb delivery package a glare preventing bulb (E27 230/125 volt max. 100 W) is included. The Bulb table lamp was designed by Ingo Maurer in the year 1966. It was one of Ingo Maurer’s first lamps and initially appeared as a small series. The designer returned from the USA recently before he began leading a one-man company with sporadic temporary staff in cellar rooms that year. The unusual design reduced the Bulb table lamp to its light. This meant a turning away of the traditional lamp design with lampshades, frames and feet. With its bright design, soon Bulb woke interests and found purchasers as well as imitators inside the country and abroad. Bulb fast became a firm component of the Modern Art Museum collection in New York, thanks to its eccentric design.
  • Louis Poulsen - OJ Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - OJ Table Lamp
    The OJ table lamp was designed by Ole Jensen as a part of the OJ lamp series for Louis Poulsen. It possesses the widest screen from the lamp family. With its height it enables a wide illumination of the table space. The screen also has the widest inclination of the three lamps so that the light is leaded optimally. The lamp supply was integrated in the design by Ole Jensen. This detail is Jensen’s protest to supplies that come from the lamp foot and became a necessary bad that winds on the table. The OJ lamp family is characterized by its emphasis on the factual form-speaking, that reminds a little of a pictogram, it is directly known what it is about. The voluminous screen from the OJ floor lamp captures the light to lead it through the opening. The light is pressed outside by a slightly comprised form at the screen opening at the surface and at the bottom, but never leaving the screen completely. The light surrounds the screen and it is transformed into soft with the fine eggshell structure of the surface. The surface captures the light eliminating the limit between the screen and the room. The OJ floor lamp doesn’t prerequisite specific furnishings. It harmonizes with the newest design trends, but also with the classic environment. The aesthetical-puristic design suits every frame, whereas the white colour gives certain anonymity to the room; switched on and off the individual design marks of the lamp come forward.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 2/1 Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 2/1 Table Lamp
    The Table Lamp PH 2/1 is part of the 2/1- family by Louis Poulsen, already including a chandelier, a pendant lamp as well as a wall lamp. The design of the lamp was coined by Poul Henningsen whose initials make the name of the lamp. This small table lamp PH 2/1 was designed out of the principle of a reflecting three-shade system that leads most of the light downwards. The three shades are manufactured by Louis Poulsen out of mouth blown opal three-layer glass. The shades are glossy inside and sandblasted outside, enabling a soft and diffuse light spread. Because of the small size, the PH 2/1 table lamp offers exceptional placing possibilities in rooms where small light points must be created to make a pleasant atmosphere and to emphasize the dimensions of every room it stands in. Louis Poulsen equipped the PH 2/1 table lamp with a bright halogen illuminant with a G9 socket. Foot, disk and tube consist of high-gloss-chromed brass and elegantly round up the white opal glass of the lamp shade. The cable is made out of black plastic and possesses a cable switch.
  • Oluce - Atollo Table Lamp
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    Oluce - Atollo Table Lamp
    Vico Magistretti’s Atollo is more than just a lamp. Atollo is an icon, a myth and one of the most famous symbols of Italian design of the 20th century. Since 1989 the Italian company Oluce manufactures Atollo in different sizes and variants. Designed by Vico Magistretti in 1977, the small table lamp received the desired award Compasso D’oro only two years afterwards. As a consequence Atollo was included in continuous collections of leading design museums all around the world, being there still. The combination of different geometric forms offers the characteristic look to Atollo and it makes it unmistakeable. The cylindrical body of the lamp rests on top of a spherical base out of aluminium being surrounded by a half-round lampshade. Oluce manufactures Atollo out of mouth blown glass since 1989. Each table lamp is equipped with several illuminants, making it a fully value illuminated sculpture. Atollo creates direct and diffuse light and it also is dimmable.
  • Foscarini - Birdie Piccola Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Birdie Piccola Table Lamp
    This edition of the table lamp Birdie by Foscarini emerged out of the intention of also enabling its spontaneous, natural and friendly appearance in smaller rooms. It feels home on smaller chests of drawers, a console or a desk. With its compact dimensions, the Birdie Piccola keeps the form and function of the larger models: The soft stand similar to a small tree, the diffuse, like a classic lamp’s shade and the switch which reminds us of a branch that offers a resting place to birds. The base of the Birdie Piccola is made out of lacquered steel, while the diffuser consists of dyed thorough polycarbonate. The table lamp is available in different colours.
  • Domus - Pit Table Lamp
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    Domus - Pit Table Lamp
    A ring a hole… it’s all it needs to realign the refined joint of the reading lamp Pit, which is the heart of the table lamp. The nice lamp from e27 and the German lamps manufacturer Domus shines from its place to the left or the right side, downwards or upwards depending on your demands. Pit’s shade comes completely without complicated mechanics and can be aligned in two axes easy and step-less, it shines from its place to the left or the right side, downwards or upwards depending on your demands. The colourful textile cable becomes a decorative element and simultaneously carries the switch of the table lamp in its reduced design out of wood and steel. Domus produces Pit out of oak wood and powder lacquered steel. The shade of the small table lamp consists of Chintz. Chintz is a glossy covered cotton. We suggest a simple illuminant with an E27 socket and maximal 14 Watt as illuminant. Domus offers the reading lamp Pit in a white and black colour and with different coloured textile cables.
  • Flos - Ray T Table Lamp
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    Flos - Ray T Table Lamp
    The table lamp Ray T that has been designed by Rodolfo Dordoni in the year 2007 for Flos, was developed for indoor areas and ensures diffuse light. Instead of a simple foot, Ray T is carried by a construction of welded, brushed and chromed steel-rod. Ray T possesses a dimmer that alternated the luminous-intensity according to your wishes. The Ray T Table Lamp is available in three variants that differ in the colour of the lamp shades.
  • Foscarini - Lumiere 05 Table Lamp
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    Foscarini - Lumiere 05 Table Lamp
    Sophisticated, elegant and select – those are the properties that the table lamp Lumiere 05 by Foscarini is transmitting to its environment. At the same time it is keeping its decent shapes that perfectly suit diverse styles and tastes. The quality of the blown glass, which the shade is made of, and the technical touch of the special three-legged aluminium base are united in a balanced composition of classical and modern style. By this, the Lumiere 05 is getting its distinct character, which underlines its soft and rich light. Through its autocratic profile, Lumiere is ideal as an accentuation for hotel lobbies, lounges, offices, but also for bedrooms and other locations where the ambiance is to be accentuated in a sophisticated way. Lumiere 05 by Foscarini is a table lamp with a diffuser made of blown glass, which is coloured on the outside and white on the inside. The Lumiere 05 piccola light is compatible to a 1x60W E14 bulb or an energy-saving 1x42W E14 bulb. For 120 V this is a 1x60W E12 candelabra type G16,5 frosted bulb. For the larger version “grande” Foscarini recommends the use of 3x40W E14 or 3x28W E 14 bulbs. For 120 V this is the 3x40W E12 candelabra type G16,5 frosted bulb. The Lumiere 05 table lamp piccolo by Foscarini is available in the colours aluminium / grey and aluminium / amber. The light can also be ordered with a black chromed frame and dimmer. Lumiere 05 is also available in all variants as a larger version “grande”.
  • Muuto - Wood Lamp Table Lamp
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    Muuto - Wood Lamp Table Lamp
    The Wood Lamp Table Lamp by Muuto displays a knowingly complement to the most high modern table- and working lamp on the market. The designer intentionally made the lamp angular and "raw" and describe it as "Low-Tech". All details of the wood lamp were accordingly pragmatically chosen and even in screws which combine the single parts are all visible. On the wood lamp it becomes apparent how a lamp is held together and out of which it has to be made, to have the known functions like a adjustable arm and head. The visibility of the elements is always planned and demonstrates an intentional style in a technical high developed world. Regarding the function, this table lamp works like other working lamps and desk lamps. But the unusual Wood Lamp can also be used as solitary and as decoration element. Through this rustic design and the simple production method, the Wood Lamp gets a profound personality. With that it becomes a welcome change to all flat and high technical and futuristic effective table lamps.
  • 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!
  • serien.lighting - Elane Reading Lamp
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    serien.lighting - Elane Reading Lamp
    The simple shape of the reading lamp Elane and its noble effect are the expression of ingenious high performance: An extremely flat electric transformer works inside its thin socket, which seems to be floating. The light is spread diffuse laterally and directly up and downwards. The on and off switch as well as the step-less dimming are controllable by a button at the lamp’s head. Elane’s slim arm with ninety degree bending is a micro-mechanic power wonder, since it remains exactly in the desired position thanks to the friction of its joints. The German architect Jakob Timpe, founder of the design office js+o in Berlin created this timeless table lamp that unifies design and technique exceptionally. Elane is also available as table lamp with more arms.
  • Casamania - Jerry table lamp
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    Casamania - Jerry table lamp
    Casamania’s Jerry table lamp is made entirely of silicone, an innovative and indestructible material that is soft to the touch and unscathed if it falls or is dropped. The softness of the material and the warm brightness of the colours will satisfy your senses. The table lamp Jerry loves the sun, water and the cold; resistant to outdoor weather, yet made also to safely satisfy all indoor spaces. The Jerry table lamp is also available in the colours orange and yellow. There are also oudoor- and pendant versions of jerry available.
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