Composed of two bold sculptural forms, the Kizu Table Lamp displays a weightless balancing act. The illusion of gravity creates a tension within the piece, while its curved forms initiate a calming effect. This kissing point of material and function creates an object in perfect harmony.
Danish designer Aleksandar Lazic looked to Italian marble tables from the 1970s when creating the Reverse Lamp. Inspired by the play on structure created by geometric constraints, the conical travertine base and curved, bronzed aluminium shade define the lamp?s perfectly balanced expression. The light diffuses evenly across the unworked stone, left raw to allow the […]
Inspired by geometric shapes and mathematical objects, Armen is a game of imbrication and balance between two simple forms: the cone and the sphere. Like the eponymous lighthouse, the light is guided by the three cones.
Taking its design cues from childhood homes filled with treasures shaped by the human hand, the Torso Table Lamp is a modern lamp with a timeless look. Uniting raw stoneware with ethereal linen and functional metal details, the portly base, tactile shade and brass touch dimmer create the perfect balance between hard and soft, beauty […]
The Bloom Table lights? super-elliptical form is inspired by the gentle dynamic flow of paper lanterns. Its glorious lit effect is the result of transparency and light. Two contrasting materials ? a finely perforated mesh core and frosted blown glass, combine to project a soft focus texture onto the inside of the shade.
Named after the famed and pioneering French author known simply as Colette, the table lamp has an avant-garde aesthetic. Showcasing a tactile shade and base fully encased in a crisp, off-white cotton-linen blend, this dimmable lamp is elegant, fresh and playful.
The Flowerpot lamp became synonymous with the Flower Power movement from the late 60s. Reflecting a break from convention to embrace a more open, modern mentality that promoted peace and harmony. Such was the mindset of its designer, Verner Panton. One of the most forward-thinking talents of his time. The Flowerpot series consists of several […]
An instant classic, the JWDA Lamp is the kind of sculptural piece that turns heads and brings new life to a room. The contrast of the delicate, rounded glass with the sturdy base makes for a balanced and intriguing silhouette.
While experimenting with the reflections and refraction of light, designer Samuel Wilkinson discovered a beautiful quilted effect when the light source was surrounded by patterned glass. This led to his design of the Blown series.
The Karl-Johan Table Lamp is inspired by excursions into nature. A search for wild mushrooms. The tones of an autumn forest. The result is a poetic piece, a combination of tone and texture, dark and light.
The transformative powers of light come into play on the Torso Table Lamp, designed with a timeless look that lends itself to any setting. The elongated base ? cast from black-glazed stoneware and elongated for an understated yet sculptural expression ? holds a tactile linen shade that diffuses the light to create instant ambience. A […]
Inspired by traditional Japanese rice paper lanterns, these additions allow you to take the series into all corners of the home ? from bedside to the entry, kitchen to the reading room.
The Journey lamp is a merging of two classic geometric shapes, the sphere and the rectangle. The round, opal glass shade is reminiscent of the moon. Journey comes as both a table lamp and a wall lamp, with subtle colour combinations that make it easy to place anywhere. Whether the moon is full or not, […]
The Ware Table Lamp brings together two distinct flowing forms into a single object. Appearing like a pair of shells huddling together on a cold shore, the rounded front hides the lighting diffuser – allowing a soft illumination to swell up from within. Once illuminated, a sense of depth is created between the pieces textured […]
The table lamp (Biny Table n?231) by Jacques BINY is almost an alien in the lunar world in the luminary world. Some appear like a robot, others as cartoon characters, and still others a radically effective minimalist object. Created in 1958, lights are still very modern. For good reading light, Biny designed it with fins […]