George Nelson and Associates Nelson Cigar Lamp with Stand
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Ball Wall Sconce
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    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Modernica Apple Bubble Pendant Light By George Nelson
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    The Bubble Lamp was designed by George Nelson in 1947 as an innovative alternative to existing pendant lighting. Initially, it was produced by Howard Miller in 1952 but ceased production in 1979. In the 1990s Modernica reissued these timeless lamps, which are as evocative now as they were back then. Nelson dressed the steel wire skeleton with a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer and created a lamp that simultaneously softens and anchors surrounding space. The Bubble Lamp is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Adjustable cable length up to 180cm. Without question, the George Nelson Bubble Lamp Saucer Pendant is a tried-and-true standard of the modern vocabulary. George Nelson designed the first bubble lamps in 1947. These lamps with their simple sculptural shapes were constructed of an innovative taut plastic that coated a steel wire-frame. Nelson's unique design and ingenious use of materials prove to eliminate glare and provide an abundant, yet diffused light. A quality which alone is unique to this material. Since 1989, Modernica has proven itself with its steadfast commitment to authenticity and craftsmanship. Being at the forefront of rediscovering and relaunching out-of-production pieces, Modernica still uses the same methods and materials to handcraft each lamp that were used in 1952 with Howard Miller's first production run. From the forming of the wire-frame, to the spraying of the vinyl form, one-by-one, each Bubble Lamp is constructed to last decades and each Bubble Lamp is built to George Nelson's original specifications. The George Nelson Bubble Lamp collection is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Handcrafted in Michigan, U.S.A. Dimensions : H30 x D48cm, 10kg, Nickel ceiling plate 13.5cm.
  • Modernica Lantern Bubble Pendant Light By George Nelson
    heals.co.uk
    The Bubble Lamp was designed by George Nelson in 1947 as an innovative alternative to pendant lighting. Initially, it was produced by Howard Miller in 1952 and ceased production in 1979. In the 1990's Modernica reissued these timeless lamps, which are as evocative now, as they were back then. Nelson dressed the steel wire skeleton with a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer and created a lamp that simultaneously softens and anchors surrounding space. The Bubble Lamp is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Adjustable cable length up to 180cm. Without question, the George Nelson Bubble Lamp Saucer Pendant is a tried-and-true standard of the modern vocabulary. George Nelson designed the first bubble lamps in 1947. These lamps with their simple sculptural shapes were constructed of an innovative taut plastic that coated a steel wire-frame. Nelson's unique design and ingenious use of materials prove to eliminate glare and provide an abundant, yet diffused light. A quality which alone is unique to this material. Since 1989, Modernica has proven itself with its steadfast commitment to authenticity and craftsmanship. Being at the forefront of rediscovering and relaunching out-of-production pieces, Modernica still uses the same methods and materials to handcraft each lamp that were used in 1952 with Howard Miller's first production run. From the forming of the wire-frame, to the spraying of the vinyl form, one-by-one, each Bubble Lamp is constructed to last decades and each Bubble Lamp is built to George Nelson's original specifications. The George Nelson Bubble Lamp collection is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Handcrafted in Michigan, U.S.A. Dimensions : H27 x D28cm, 7kg. Nickel Ceiling Plate 13.5cm.
  • FL/Y Transparent Suspension Lamp By Kartell
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    An essential lamp which is characterized by the "subtle interpretations of the theme." Made in transparent methacrylate in all the colors of the rainbow, the cover is not perfectly hemispherical but the cut-off is underneath the height of the diameter to collect the most light. What's more, the special transparency of the material and the sheen of the colors bring to mind a soap bubble, iridescent with reflections of light. Features: Designed to capture the most light possible. Constructed from PMMA plastic. Hang in groups of three or more to emphasize delicate color variations. UL listed.
  • Original BTC Titan 3 Pendant & Diffuser - Olive
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    We love the classic industrial look of the Titan Pendant. Designer Peter Bowles used an actual mold from the 1940's that produced these lamps for offices and factories at the time, but then he updated it for a more modern setting. We think it's an ideal choice for a kitchen, dining room, or workspace, since it is mostly downward lighting. But, if brightness isn't your thing, it comes with a frosted glass diffuser to give a softened, glowing light. The lamp is UL listed and suitable for commercial spaces. This lamp is the larger version of the Titan 1. Manufactured in a factory in the UK dedicated to green manufacturing practices. 150W (max) incandescent or compact fluorescent bulb. 5' black braided cable and aluminum ceiling rosette. Bronze interior. Includes frosted glass diffuser for a softening of the light.
  • Original BTC Titan 3 Pendant & Diffuser - Putty
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    We love the classic industrial look of the Titan Pendant. Designer Peter Bowles used an actual mold from the 1940's that produced these lamps for offices and factories at the time, but then he updated it for a more modern setting. We think it's an ideal choice for a kitchen, dining room, or workspace, since it is mostly downward lighting. But, if brightness isn't your thing, it comes with a frosted glass diffuser to give a softened, glowing light. The lamp is UL listed and suitable for commercial spaces. This lamp is the larger version of the Titan 1. Manufactured in a factory in the UK dedicated to green manufacturing practices. 150W (max) incandescent or compact fluorescent bulb. 5' black braided cable and aluminum ceiling rosette. Bronze interior. Includes frosted glass diffuser for a softening of the light.
  • George Nelson and Associates Nelson Cigar Table Lamp
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    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Original BTC Titan 1 Pendant & Diffuser - Putty
    shophorne.com
    We love the classic industrial look of the Titan Pendant. Designer Peter Bowles used an actual mold from the 1940's that produced these lamps for offices and factories at the time, but then he updated it for a more modern setting. We think it's an ideal choice for a kitchen, dining room, or workspace, since it is mostly downward lighting. But, if brightness isn't your thing, it comes with a frosted glass diffuser to give a softened, glowing light. The lamp is UL listed and suitable for commercial spaces. Manufactured in a factory in the UK dedicated to green manufacturing practices. 100W (max) incandescent or compact fluorescent bulb. 5' black braided cable and aluminum ceiling rosette. White interior. Includes frosted glass diffuser.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Cigar Wall Sconce
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    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Modernica Saucer Bubble X-Large Pendant Light
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    Modernica Saucer Bubble X-Large Pendant Light by George Nelson. The Bubble Lamp was designed by George Nelson in 1947 as an innovative alternative to pendant lighting. Initially, it was produced by Howard Miller in 1952 and ceased production in 1979. In the 1990's Modernica reissued these timeless lamps, which are as evocative now, as they were back then. Nelson dressed the steel wire skeleton with a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer and created a lamp that simultaneously softens and anchors surrounding space. The Bubble Lamp is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Small, medium and large adjustable cable up to 180cm, extra large cable up to 275cm. Without question, the George Nelson Bubble Lamp Saucer Pendant is a tried-and-true standard of the modern vocabulary. George Nelson designed the first bubble lamps in 1947. These lamps with their simple sculptural shapes were constructed of an innovative taut plastic that coated a steel wire-frame. Nelson's unique design and ingenious use of materials prove to eliminate glare and provide an abundant, yet diffused light. A quality which alone is unique to this material. Since 1989, Modernica has proven itself with its steadfast commitment to authenticity and craftsmanship. Being at the forefront of rediscovering and relaunching out-of-production pieces, Modernica still uses the same methods and materials to handcraft each lamp that were used in 1952 with Howard Miller's first production run. From the forming of the wire-frame, to the spraying of the vinyl form, one-by-one, each Bubble Lamp is constructed to last decades and each Bubble Lamp is built to George Nelson's original specifications. The George Nelson Bubble Lamp collection is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Handcrafted in Michigan, U.S.A. Dimensions : Xlg 36kg H51 X D122cm.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Saucer Wall Sconce
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    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/120V/E26/A19 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Modernica Cigar Bubble Wall Sconce by George Nelson
    heals.co.uk
    The Bubble Lamp was designed by George Nelson in 1947 as an innovative alternative to pendant lighting. Initially, it was produced by Howard Miller in 1952 and ceased production in 1979. In the 1990s Modernica reissued these timeless lamps, which are as evocative now, as they were back then. Nelson dressed the steel wire skeleton with a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer and created a lamp that simultaneously softens and anchors surrounding space. The Bubble Lamp is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Without question, the George Nelson Bubble Lamp Saucer Pendant is a tried-and-true standard of the modern vocabulary. George Nelson designed the first bubble lamps in 1947. These lamps with their simple sculptural shapes were constructed of an innovative taut plastic that coated a steel wire-frame. Nelson's unique design and ingenious use of materials prove to eliminate glare and provide an abundant, yet diffused light. A quality which alone is unique to this material. Since 1989, Modernica has proven itself with its steadfast commitment to authenticity and craftsmanship. Being at the forefront of rediscovering and relaunching out-of-production pieces, Modernica still uses the same methods and materials to handcraft each lamp that were used in 1952 with Howard Miller's first production run. From the forming of the wire-frame, to the spraying of the vinyl form, one-by-one, each Bubble Lamp is constructed to last decades and each Bubble Lamp is built to George Nelson's original specifications. The George Nelson Bubble Lamp collection is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Handcrafted in Michigan, U.S.A. Notes : 365cm Cable with counter weight. 5cm thick walnut wall mount. Nickel arm extends to 50cm. 1 x Max E27 150 Watt bulb required. Dimensions : H35.5 X D25.5cm, 5KG.
  • George Nelson and Associates Nelson Lantern Lamp with Stand
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    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Original BTC Titan 1 Pendant & Diffuser - White
    shophorne.com
    We love the classic industrial look of the Titan Pendant. Designer Peter Bowles used an actual mold from the 1940's that produced these lamps for offices and factories at the time, but then he updated it for a more modern setting. We think it's an ideal choice for a kitchen, dining room, or workspace, since it is mostly downward lighting. But, if brightness isn't your thing, it comes with a frosted glass diffuser to give a softened, glowing light. The lamp is UL listed and suitable for commercial spaces. Manufactured in a factory in the UK dedicated to green manufacturing practices. 100W (max) incandescent or compact fluorescent bulb. 5' black braided cable and aluminum ceiling rosette. White interior. Includes frosted glass diffuser.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Saucer Pendant Lamp - Large
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    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A. The Nelson Triple Bubble Fixture Kit (sold separately) accommodates three Nelson Ball, Cigar, Pear, Saucer or Lantern hanging pendants that are 19" in diameter or smaller.
  • Modernica Ball Bubble Wall Sconce White by George Nelson
    heals.co.uk
    The Bubble Lamp was designed by George Nelson in 1947 as an innovative alternative to pendant lighting. Initially, it was produced by Howard Miller in 1952 and ceased production in 1979. In the 1990's Modernica reissued these timeless lamps, which are as evocative now, as they were back then. Nelson dressed the steel wire skeleton with a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer and created a lamp that simultaneously softens and anchors surrounding space. The Bubble Lamp is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Without question, the George Nelson Bubble Lamp Saucer Pendant is a tried-and-true standard of the modern vocabulary. George Nelson designed the first bubble lamps in 1947. These lamps with their simple sculptural shapes were constructed of an innovative taut plastic that coated a steel wire-frame. Nelson's unique design and ingenious use of materials prove to eliminate glare and provide an abundant, yet diffused light. A quality which alone is unique to this material. Since 1989, Modernica has proven itself with its steadfast commitment to authenticity and craftsmanship. Being at the forefront of rediscovering and relaunching out-of-production pieces, Modernica still uses the same methods and materials to handcraft each lamp that were used in 1952 with Howard Miller's first production run. From the forming of the wire-frame, to the spraying of the vinyl form, one-by-one, each Bubble Lamp is constructed to last decades and each Bubble Lamp is built to George Nelson's original specifications. The George Nelson Bubble Lamp collection is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Handcrafted in Michigan, U.S.A. Notes : 365cm Cable Length with counter weight. 5cm thick walnut wall mount. Nickel arm extends to 50cm. 1 x Max E27 150 Watt bulb required. Dimensions : H30.5 x D35.5cm, 5KG.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Crisscross Saucer Pendant Lamp
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    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
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  • Original BTC Titan 3 Pendant & Diffuser - White
    shophorne.com
    We love the classic industrial look of the Titan Pendant. Designer Peter Bowles used an actual mold from the 1940's that produced these lamps for offices and factories at the time, but then he updated it for a more modern setting. We think it's an ideal choice for a kitchen, dining room, or workspace, since it is mostly downward lighting. But, if brightness isn't your thing, it comes with a frosted glass diffuser to give a softened, glowing light. The lamp is UL listed and suitable for commercial spaces. This lamp is the larger version of the Titan 1. Manufactured in a factory in the UK dedicated to green manufacturing practices. 150W (max) incandescent or compact fluorescent bulb. 5' black braided cable and aluminum ceiling rosette. White interior. Includes frosted glass diffuser for a softening of the light.
  • Nelson Pear Pendant Lamp - Medium
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    Trained as an architect, George Nelson found a fresh solution to lighting design in the organic forms of his "bubble" lamps. The lamps were produced in 1952 by spray coating a skeleton of steel wire with a layer of translucent plastic that allowed light to shine softly through and protected the eye from glare. The tautly stretched plastic emphasizes the simple forms and sculptural qualities of the lamps. UL-listed. Bulb not included: Incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21. Made in U.S.A.
  • Modernica Saucer Bubble Wall Sconce by George Nelson
    heals.co.uk
    The Bubble Lamp was designed by George Nelson in 1947 as an innovative alternative to pendant lighting. Initially, it was produced by Howard Miller in 1952 and ceased production in 1979. In the 1990's Modernica reissued these timeless lamps, which are as evocative now, as they were back then. Nelson dressed the steel wire skeleton with a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer and created a lamp that simultaneously softens and anchors surrounding space. The Bubble Lamp is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Without question, the George Nelson Bubble Lamp Saucer Pendant is a tried-and-true standard of the modern vocabulary. George Nelson designed the first bubble lamps in 1947. These lamps with their simple sculptural shapes were constructed of an innovative taut plastic that coated a steel wire-frame. Nelson's unique design and ingenious use of materials prove to eliminate glare and provide an abundant, yet diffused light. A quality which alone is unique to this material. Since 1989, Modernica has proven itself with its steadfast commitment to authenticity and craftsmanship. Being at the forefront of rediscovering and relaunching out-of-production pieces, Modernica still uses the same methods and materials to handcraft each lamp that were used in 1952 with Howard Miller's first production run. From the forming of the wire-frame, to the spraying of the vinyl form, one-by-one, each Bubble Lamp is constructed to last decades and each Bubble Lamp is built to George Nelson's original specifications. The George Nelson Bubble Lamp collection is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Handcrafted in Michigan, U.S.A. Dimensions : H19 x D44.5cm, 5kg. 365cm cable with counter weight. 5cm thick walnut wall mount. Nickel arm extends to 50cm.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Propeller Pendant Lamp
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    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Modernica Pear Bubble Wall Sconce By George Nelson
    heals.co.uk
    The Bubble Lamp was designed by George Nelson in 1947 as an innovative alternative to pendant lighting. Initially, it was produced by Howard Miller in 1952 and ceased production in 1979. In the 1990's Modernica reissued these timeless lamps, which are as evocative now, as they were back then. Nelson dressed the steel wire skeleton with a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer and created a lamp that simultaneously softens and anchors surrounding space. The Bubble Lamp is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Without question, the George Nelson Bubble Lamp Saucer Pendant is a tried-and-true standard of the modern vocabulary. George Nelson designed the first bubble lamps in 1947. These lamps with their simple sculptural shapes were constructed of an innovative taut plastic that coated a steel wire-frame. Nelson's unique design and ingenious use of materials prove to eliminate glare and provide an abundant, yet diffused light. A quality which alone is unique to this material. Since 1989, Modernica has proven itself with its steadfast commitment to authenticity and craftsmanship. Being at the forefront of rediscovering and relaunching out-of-production pieces, Modernica still uses the same methods and materials to handcraft each lamp that were used in 1952 with Howard Miller's first production run. From the forming of the wire-frame, to the spraying of the vinyl form, one-by-one, each Bubble Lamp is constructed to last decades and each Bubble Lamp is built to George Nelson's original specifications. The George Nelson Bubble Lamp collection is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Handcrafted in Michigan, U.S.A. Dimensions : H29x D36cm, 5kg. 365cm Cable with counter weight. 5cm thick walnut wall mount. Nickel arm extends to 50cm.
  • Nelson Ball Pendant Lamp - Medium
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    In 1947, when George Nelson embarked on the task of decorating his newly opened office in mid-town Manhattan, he found the silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp that he coveted to be prohibitively expensive. So he decided to design his own. The "bubble" lamps, as they were called, were first introduced in 1950 by the Howard Miller Company (brother of Herman Miller, Howard Miller also first launched Nelson's renowned series of clocks). Using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire, Nelson created an alternative to traditional pendants and chandeliers, offering large-scale, diffuse lighting for all size and manner of interiors. A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21. Made in U.S.A.
  • Charlie Bowles London Wall Light
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    After studying product design at Leeds University, British designer Charlie Bowles joined Original BTC, the lighting company founded by his father, Peter Bowles. The London Wall Light (2012) is a wall-mounted version of Charlie’s first solo lighting design, the London Table Lamp. This lamp carries on his family’s tradition “to design and produce lights that you are instantly at home with, that will fit easily and comfortably for many years to come.” Suspended from the polished chrome-plated steel arm and base, the aluminum shade is available in black or grey. A black braided cotton-covered cord is woven through the curved chrome arm for a neatly tailored finish. Every light by Original BTC has this braided cord, which was originally designed by Peter Bowles, who snipped the cord off the family iron when it gave him an idea for something better than an ordinary plastic cord. (That’s one way to get out of ironing.) Bulb (not included): 60W/GLS/E27. UL Listed. Made in England.
  • Modernica Nelson Bubble Lamp - Apple
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    Design George Nelson, 1947. Steel skeleton, self-webbing soft plastic. Made in USA by Modernica. It was in 1947 that George Nelson became inspired by a self webbing material used to moth-ball ships in New York and convinced himself it would be perfect for lighting. He made a metal frame, tracked down the source of the webbing material and by the next day he created a big glowing sphere and the Bubble Lamp was born. Modernica has faithfully produced the bubble lamps to the exact specifications using the original Howard Miller factory tooling. Six feet of white lamp cord included. 14" h | 21" dia | UL rated | 150 watt max.
  • CB2 Peel Pendant Lamp
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    Slice of light. Berlin-based design studio Hettler.Tüllmann illuminates a revealing structure of light and color. Arcs of oak veneer create a dramatic sphere of optical illusion with a surprise slice of red/orange on interior edges. Suspends sturdy from white SVT cord with single exposed bulb, accented by the gleam of brushed steel socket, canopy and mounting plate. Learn more about Hettler.Tüllmann on our blog. Details and Dimensions: Peel pendant lamp. 26" Dia. X 21.25"H. Designed by Hettler.Tüllmann GBR. Engineered wood with oak veneer. Red/orange painted interior. 102" Steel wire and white SVT cord. Brushed steel canopy and mounting plate. Accommodates one 23W CFL (not included) or 100W max incandescent bulb (not included) Professional hardwire installation recommended; hardware and ceiling plate included. Dimmable bulb recommended for use with dimmer switch. Dust with soft, dry cloth. ETL-listed learn more. Made in China. Note: This item is manufactured in compliance with U.S. Standards. If you are purchasing this item for use outside of the U.S. Or Canada, use only with the appropriate outlet adaptor and voltage converter for your country. Do not plug into an electrical outlet higher than 110-120V as this could result in fire and/or injury. Overall Dimensions: Height: 21.25" Diameter: 26" Cord: Height: 102"
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