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  • Eclipse lamp table

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    A fascinating lamp, design icon since it introduced the permanent collection of the MoMa of New York. The Eclipse lamp simplicity and cleverness are amazing. You can change both its shape and its inclination to make it unique. Eclipse is great is any interior design style. A must-have lamp.

    A scheming and attractive lamp. Manufactured from a single plastic band rolled up on it, the structure can be manipulated to change the form and the orientation of the light. The metal arches are equipped with small plastic parts making possible to uphold the lamp in various positions. The Eclipse lamp is delivered in a flat pack, similar to a “pizza box”.

    AI believe that the work of a designer must be good quality, beautiful and affordable. With the Eclipse lamp I overcame the trauma of expensive design. I want design pieces to be popular.”
    Mauricio Klabin.

    Since 2006 the Eclipse lamp has been part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art of New York (MoMA).

     

    Data sheet

    Dimensions
    H.36 x Ø32 cm or H.52 x Ø48 cm
    Weight
    1.2 / 2.4 Kg
    Matériaux
    Acier / Polypropylène / Polyéthylène
    Commentaires
    Assembly required
    Conforme aux normes CE – Max 60w
    kr 1.099,00
  • Eclipse lamp table/floor

    0 out of 5

    A fascinating lamp, design icon since it introduced the permanent collection of the MoMa of New York. The Eclipse lamp simplicity and cleverness are amazing. You can change both its shape and its inclination to make it unique. Eclipse is great is any interior design style. A must-have lamp.

    A scheming and attractive lamp. Manufactured from a single plastic band rolled up on it, the structure can be manipulated to change the form and the orientation of the light. The metal arches are equipped with small plastic parts making possible to uphold the lamp in various positions. The Eclipse lamp is delivered in a flat pack, similar to a “pizza box”.

    AI believe that the work of a designer must be good quality, beautiful and affordable. With the Eclipse lamp I overcame the trauma of expensive design. I want design pieces to be popular.”
    Mauricio Klabin.

    Since 2006 the Eclipse lamp has been part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art of New York (MoMA).

     

    Data sheet

    Dimensions
    H.36 x Ø32 cm or H.52 x Ø48 cm
    Weight
    1.2 / 2.4 Kg
    Matériaux
    Acier / Polypropylène / Polyéthylène
    Commentaires
    Assembly required
    Conforme aux normes CE – Max 60w
    kr 2.099,00
  • Ygg&Lyng Fender pendel/bordlampe seaweed brown

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    design :elisabeth graff espevoll  /  elin louise sveen
     
    Oppheng og skål medfølger
    størrelse 
    ø 38 x h 46
     
     
    kr 3.950,00
  • Hübsch taklampe oval smoked glass mirror/brass

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    ø40xh32cm, E27/40W

    kr 1.499,00
  • Hübsch taklampe smoked glass mirror/brass

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    ø40xh40cm, E27/15W

    kr 2.499,00
  • Northern Birdy table by Birger Dahl 1952

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    Birdy is a table, wall and floor lamp series designed in 1952, in a modernist style. The lamp series was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years. In 1954 the table lamp, then known as “s-30016” was awarded the highly esteemed Golden Medal at the Milan triennale.

    In 2013 Northern decided to re-launch this design classic, taking care to preserve the original shape and highly functional features that at first made it such a well–loved light. The lamp series is available in off-white or matt grey colour with satin nickel finish and matt black colour with brass metal finish. To commemorate the centenary of Dahl’s birth in 1916, a new version of Birdy table is available in the colour Marsala, produced in a numbered series.

     

    Floor lamp (table and wall also available)
    Shade material: Aluminium
    Shade colours: Off-white, grey or black (shade inner colour is same as outer colour)

    Body material: Steel
    Body colours: Black, metallic or brass finish
    Wire: White or black, 200 cm (with switch)

    Bulb: E27. Max. 60 W
    220V – 240V ~ 50Hz
    CE

    kr 2.690,00
  • Northern Birdy wall long by Birger Dahl 1952

    0 out of 5

    Birdy is a table, wall and floor lamp series designed in 1952, in a modernist style. The lamp series was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years. In 1954 the table lamp, then known as “s-30016” was awarded the highly esteemed Golden Medal at the Milan triennale.

    In 2013 Northern decided to re-launch this design classic, taking care to preserve the original shape and highly functional features that at first made it such a well–loved light. The lamp series is available in off-white or matt grey colour with satin nickel finish and matt black colour with brass metal finish. To commemorate the centenary of Dahl’s birth in 1916, a new version of Birdy table is available in the colour Marsala, produced in a numbered series.

     

    Floor lamp (table and wall also available)
    Shade material: Aluminium
    Shade colours: Off-white, grey or black (shade inner colour is same as outer colour)

    Body material: Steel
    Body colours: Black, metallic or brass finish
    Wire: White or black, 200 cm (with switch)

    Bulb: E27, Max. 11W LED
    220V – 240V ~ 50Hz
    CE

    kr 2.390,00
  • Northern Birdy wall short by Birger Dahl 1952

    0 out of 5

    Birdy is a table, wall and floor lamp series designed in 1952, in a modernist style. The lamp series was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years. In 1954 the table lamp, then known as “s-30016” was awarded the highly esteemed Golden Medal at the Milan triennale.

    In 2013 Northern decided to re-launch this design classic, taking care to preserve the original shape and highly functional features that at first made it such a well–loved light. The lamp series is available in off-white or matt grey colour with satin nickel finish and matt black colour with brass metal finish. To commemorate the centenary of Dahl’s birth in 1916, a new version of Birdy table is available in the colour Marsala, produced in a numbered series.

     

    Floor lamp (table and wall also available)
    Shade material: Aluminium
    Shade colours: Off-white, grey or black (shade inner colour is same as outer colour)

    Body material: Steel
    Body colours: Black, metallic or brass finish
    Wire: White or black, 200 cm (with switch)

    Bulb: E27, Max. 11W LED
    220V – 240V ~ 50Hz
    CE

    kr 2.290,00
  • Northern Birdy floor by Birger Dahl 1952

    0 out of 5

    Birdy is a table, wall and floor lamp series designed in 1952, in a modernist style. The lamp series was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years. In 1954 the table lamp, then known as “s-30016” was awarded the highly esteemed Golden Medal at the Milan triennale.

    In 2013 Northern decided to re-launch this design classic, taking care to preserve the original shape and highly functional features that at first made it such a well–loved light. The lamp series is available in off-white or matt grey colour with satin nickel finish and matt black colour with brass metal finish. To commemorate the centenary of Dahl’s birth in 1916, a new version of Birdy table is available in the colour Marsala, produced in a numbered series.

     

    Floor lamp (table and wall also available)
    Shade material: Aluminium
    Shade colours: Off-white, grey or black (shade inner colour is same as outer colour)

    Body material: Steel
    Body colours: Black, metallic or brass finish
    Wire: White or black, 200 cm (with switch)

    Bulb: E27. Max. 60 W
    220V – 240V ~ 50Hz
    CE

    H. 133cm
    W. 67cm
    kr 3.590,00
  • Northern Oslo Wood by Ove Rogne flere farger

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    Set the mood for style with Oslo Wood, a trendy floor lamp with a tripod base and multi-directional shade. The shade rotates around a gimbal fastened to the top of the tripod, giving it the potential to angle light in any direction. The cloth shade projects light upward, yet also diffuses it through the fabric to create a soft glow.

    The designer recalls how Oslo Wood reminds him of urban light filtering through trees growing around the city centre. As the light is softened by the shade, it resembles the warm glow of city lights on a dark winter night, which have been diffused upward through tree branches to illuminate the sky.  While Oslo Wood’s adjustable shade sets it apart from many other floor lamps, its streamlined, contemporary style aligns it with other leading lighting designs.

     

    Floor lamp
    Shade material: Coloured chain link fabric
    Shade colour: Beige, black, green or light blue
    Body material: Steel

    Body colour: Steel, black, glossy black, gold or white
    Wire: Black or white (on white body only), 200 cm
    Dimmer switch: Black or white (on white body only)
    Bulb: E27 Max. 100 W (Recommended: 7-13 W dimmable LED)

    220V – 240V ~ 50Hz
    Net weight: 3.5 kg
    CE

    kr 3.990,00
  • Hübsch taklampe white/glas brass small

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    ø30xh27cm, E27/15W

    kr 1.499,00
  • Hübsch vegglampe brushed nickel

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    37x25xh81cm, E27

     

    kr 1.299,00
  • Hübsch vegglampe black

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    37x25xh81cm, E27

     

    kr 1.299,00
  • &Tradition Flowerpot VP7 beige red ø37cm

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    Flowerpot VP7

    by Verner Panton
    1968

     The Flowerpot, a vividly coloured lamp with a rounded pendant that hangs from the semi-domed upper shade, embodies the experimental attitude that Danish designer Verner Panton took to basic home items. 

    Ø: 37cm / 14.6in, H: 27cm / 10.6in

    kr 3.595,00
  • &Tradition Flowerpot VP7 matt grey beige ø37cm

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    Flowerpot VP7

    by Verner Panton
    1968

     The Flowerpot, a vividly coloured lamp with a rounded pendant that hangs from the semi-domed upper shade, embodies the experimental attitude that Danish designer Verner Panton took to basic home items. 

    Ø: 37cm / 14.6in, H: 27cm / 10.6in

    kr 3.595,00
  • &Tradition Flowerpot VP7 matt light grey ø37cm

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    Flowerpot VP7

    by Verner Panton
    1968

     The Flowerpot, a vividly coloured lamp with a rounded pendant that hangs from the semi-domed upper shade, embodies the experimental attitude that Danish designer Verner Panton took to basic home items. 

    Ø: 37cm / 14.6in, H: 27cm / 10.6in

    kr 3.595,00
  • &Tradition Flowerpot VP7 matt white ø37cm

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    Flowerpot VP7

    by Verner Panton
    1968

     The Flowerpot, a vividly coloured lamp with a rounded pendant that hangs from the semi-domed upper shade, embodies the experimental attitude that Danish designer Verner Panton took to basic home items. 

    Ø: 37cm / 14.6in, H: 27cm / 10.6in

    kr 3.595,00
  • &Tradition Flowerpot VP7 matt black ø37cm

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    Flowerpot VP7

    by Verner Panton
    1968

     The Flowerpot, a vividly coloured lamp with a rounded pendant that hangs from the semi-domed upper shade, embodies the experimental attitude that Danish designer Verner Panton took to basic home items. 

    Ø: 37cm / 14.6in, H: 27cm / 10.6in

    kr 3.595,00
  • &Tradition Flowerpot VP7 mustard ø37cm

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    Flowerpot VP7

    by Verner Panton
    1968

     The Flowerpot, a vividly coloured lamp with a rounded pendant that hangs from the semi-domed upper shade, embodies the experimental attitude that Danish designer Verner Panton took to basic home items. 

    Ø: 37cm / 14.6in, H: 27cm / 10.6in

    kr 3.595,00
  • &Tradition Flowerpot VP7 red brown ø37cm

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    Flowerpot VP7

    by Verner Panton
    1968

    The Flowerpot, a vividly coloured lamp with a rounded pendant that hangs from the semi-domed upper shade, embodies the experimental attitude that Danish designer Verner Panton took to basic home items. 

    Ø: 37cm / 14.6in, H: 27cm / 10.6in

    kr 3.595,00
  • &Tradition Flowerpot VP7 light blue ø37cm

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    Flowerpot VP7

    by Verner Panton
    1968

     The Flowerpot, a vividly coloured lamp with a rounded pendant that hangs from the semi-domed upper shade, embodies the experimental attitude that Danish designer Verner Panton took to basic home items. 

    Ø: 37cm / 14.6in, H: 27cm / 10.6in

    kr 3.595,00
  • &Tradition P376 KF1 alu

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    P376 KF2

    by Kastholm & Fabricius
    1963

    Jørgen Kastholm & Preben Juhl Fabricius were Danish architects whose work influenced the signature style of Danish Modernism. &Tradition’s relaunch of the P376 pendant lamp honours their original design from 1963. Comprising five concentric shades which gently curve towards the centre to emit a soft, diffused light, the lamp is available in either aluminium or aluminium with a white lacquer underside and in two sizes; KF1 has a diameter of 47.5cm and KF2 of 70 cm.

    -Ø: 47.5cm/18.7in, H: 19cm/7.5in

    kr 5.095,00
  • &Tradition P376 KF2

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    P376 KF2

    by Kastholm & Fabricius
    1963

    Jørgen Kastholm & Preben Juhl Fabricius were Danish architects whose work influenced the signature style of Danish Modernism. &Tradition’s relaunch of the P376 pendant lamp honours their original design from 1963. Comprising five concentric shades which gently curve towards the centre to emit a soft, diffused light, the lamp is available in either aluminium or aluminium with a white lacquer underside and in two sizes; KF1 has a diameter of 47.5cm and KF2 of 70 cm.

    kr 8.895,00
  • DCW éditions Mantis BS2 mini

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    DESCRIPTION
    Bernard Schottlander was inspired by the praying mantis to create this intruiging and gracious wall lamp. His prototype was done in small size. We have decided to publish it.
    TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS
    Dimensions
    Span : 71,5 cm | Width : 27,2 cm
    Materials
    Steel, aluminium
    Electricity
    CLII – LED integrated 3W
    TECHNICAL DRAWINGS
    kr 5.700,00