● Shade in dark brown; round base in Wenge
● Lighting source 2 x max 70W
● Diameter 56.7 cm
Teatime proves that even classics like a standard lamp can be improved upon. The beautiful lamp creates a very pleasant atmosphere thanks to its glare-free and focused light. Furthermore, the integrated shelf is extremely practical.
● Shade in Chintz Kiesel (Gravel) 13, metal details in mat nickel finish
● Lighting source 2 x 70W, E27, max 300W
Arcus enchants with an elegant symmetrical arc made of matt nickel. Thanks to the practical switch on the shade handle, the light can be easily controlled from a sitting position. Arcus can be pivoted horizontally as well as vertically. The lighting focus can thus be redirected with a single movement of the hand. The reach of the large arc lamp is particularly impressive.
● Body in brass; aluminum shade in black matte and gold powder paint finish; cables in red
● Lighting source 3 x E27 bulbs max 40W/bulb
The Evans Floor Lamp is a contemporary piece with a heavy mid-century modern influence, making it perfect in a variety of spaces. Designed and handmade in Portugal, the lamp mount and body are handmade in brass with a Gold plated finish, while the conical lamp shades are made of aluminum, with a standard Matte Black finish. Features movable diffusers, which can be adjusted both upwards and downwards for a more cozy ambiance.
● Wood lacquered in electric blue finish; matching lamp shade in electric blue finish
● Lighting source 1 x E27 150W
● Diameter 52 cm
The Bon Ton Floor Lamp by Pietro Costantini makes a stunning statement that will surprise your guests in your modern style home. The simplistic design of the piece gorgeously present the wonderful metal work that adds sophistication. The Bon Ton Floor Lamp by Pietro Costantini is the stylish addition that showcases your personality and characteristic.
● Nickel colour
● Lighting source 1 x 1W LED
● Dimmer functin
● Lens diameter 2 cm
● Base 16 x 16 cm
“I was at the Frankfurt Trade Fair, presenting my new collection developed using LED circuits. I saw a Japanese lady pointing at my lamps and repeatedly saying “wa wa”. I went towards her and when I curiously asked her the reason, she told me “wa” meant “perfect”. I was touched and thanked her; I looked at the lamp, which was still nameless, and decided to call it “Wa Wa”.
● Satin gold rod, black base
● Lighting source 10 x 1W LED
● Dimmer function
● Base diameter 8 cm x 8 cm H
When Enzo Catellani began creating new lighting fixtures using the first LED circuits, the intention was to create simple, discreet, almost invisible objects, that put emphasis on the light. This is how he moved away from a rather ‘aggressive’ style towards simple minimalism.