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  1. Aj Royal
    Design Arne Jacobsen (1956)
    Design Arne Jacobsen Designyear 1956
    Designed for the Royal SAS Hotel in Copenhagen, this lamp is the essence of Jacobsen´s theory that ”economy and functionality equals style”
  2. ALISTAIR P
    Design Jordi Veciana
    Design Jordi Veciana
    This elegant floor lamp will add a touch of luxury to any setting. The hand-blown, silky opal glass has a light quality, and the diffuser effortlessly rests on a rounded steel structure, available in matt golden or graphite. The dimmer placed in the electrical cord allows for an ambient light to fit every occasion.
  3. Bestlite BL3 Original shade
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Robert Dudley Best drew the first drafts of the lamp that would later become synonymous with his name when he studied to become an industrial designer in Paris and Düsseldorf. As the lamp was the first example of Bauhaus in the UK, strong arguments were needed before the lamp could be put into production. The lamp was produced by the manufacturing firm Best & Lloyd, founded by Best’s family in 1840. After mention in the prominent architectural magazine Architects’ Journal, the architectural community opened its eyes to the lamp’s potential. Bestlite gained everlasting fame when Winston Churchill placed one on his desk in Whitehall.
  4. Bestlite BL3M
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Robert Dudley Best drew the first drafts of the lamp that would later become synonymous with his name when he studied to become an industrial designer in Paris and Düsseldorf. As the lamp was the first example of Bauhaus in the UK, strong arguments were needed before the lamp could be put into production. The lamp was produced by the manufacturing firm Best & Lloyd, founded by Best’s family in 1840. After mention in the prominent architectural magazine Architects’ Journal, the architectural community opened its eyes to the lamp’s potential. Bestlite gained everlasting fame when Winston Churchill placed one on his desk in Whitehall.
  5. Bestlite BL3M Brass
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Robert Dudley Best drew the first drafts of the lamp that would later become synonymous with his name when he studied to become an industrial designer in Paris and Düsseldorf. As the lamp was the first example of Bauhaus in the UK, strong arguments were needed before the lamp could be put into production. The lamp was produced by the manufacturing firm Best & Lloyd, founded by Best’s family in 1840. After mention in the prominent architectural magazine Architects’ Journal, the architectural community opened its eyes to the lamp’s potential. Bestlite gained everlasting fame when Winston Churchill placed one on his desk in Whitehall.
  6. Bestlite BL3S
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Robert Dudley Best drew the first drafts of the lamp that would later become synonymous with his name when he studied to become an industrial designer in Paris and Düsseldorf. As the lamp was the first example of Bauhaus in the UK, strong arguments were needed before the lamp could be put into production. The lamp was produced by the manufacturing firm Best & Lloyd, founded by Best’s family in 1840. After mention in the prominent architectural magazine Architects’ Journal, the architectural community opened its eyes to the lamp’s potential. Bestlite gained everlasting fame when Winston Churchill placed one on his desk in Whitehall.
  7. Bestlite BL4
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Design Robert Dudley Best
    Robert Dudley Best drew the first drafts of the lamp that would later become synonymous with his name when he studied to become an industrial designer in Paris and Düsseldorf. As the lamp was the first example of Bauhaus in the UK, strong arguments were needed before the lamp could be put into production. The lamp was produced by the manufacturing firm Best & Lloyd, founded by Best’s family in 1840. After mention in the prominent architectural magazine Architects’ Journal, the architectural community opened its eyes to the lamp’s potential. Bestlite gained everlasting fame when Winston Churchill placed one on his desk in Whitehall.
  8. Bolla
    Design Michael Sodeau
    Design Michael Sodeau
    Floor standing lamp in natural rattan core with wiring, switch and bulb.
  9. Cesta
    Design Miguel Mila (1962)
    Design Miguel Mila Designyear 1962
    A magic hand-made lantern, made of a cherry wooden structure and an inner light globe. Its oval volume and handle make it an object-lamp, equally ideal for both tabletops and floors.
  10. CLARITAS
    Design Vico Magestretti (1946)
    Design Vico Magestretti Designyear 1946
    Claritas is the first lamp designed by Vico Magistretti, produced with Mario Tedeschi in 1946. The lamp is made of bent metal tubes, painted in black. Parts of the structure are in chromed metal. Aluminium diffuser painted in black, white in the inner part.
  11. Cobra Floor Lamp
    Design Greta Grossman (1950)
    Design Greta Grossman Design year 1950
    The most iconic products Greta Grossman designed in the 40's and 50's were the Gräshoppa floor lamp and the Cobra floor and table lamps. In 1950, the Cobra lamp won the Good Design Award and was subsequently exhibited at the Good Design Show at the Museum of Modern Art. Grossman was highly influenced by European Modernism, which had been imported to the US by influencial architects, such as Walter Gropius (founder of the Bauhaus) and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Grossman, in turn, played a significant role in defining the aesthetic of mid-century Californian Modernism. The classic Cobra lamp takes its name from the shape of the oval shade, which is reminiscent of a Cobra's neck. The tubular flexible arm can be bent in all directions and the shade can be rotated through 360º. The base is covered in powder-coated aluminium and weighted with a cast iron ballast. Today, Grossman's product designs are highly collectible and are sold at auctions all around the world. Grossman's products are unique, modern classic designs.
  12. Dorica
    Design Jordi Miralbell – Mariona Raventós (1994)
    Design Jordi Miralbell – Mariona Raventós Designyear 1994
    This column-like cylindrical lamp features a delicate shade that is visually offset by a solid base. The Dórica is halfway between a table and a floor lamp and is excellent for either general or mood lighting.
  13. Floor Lamp 1 shade
    Design Serge Mouille
    Design Serge Mouille
    Known primarily for his work as a designer of lighting fixtures, Serge Mouille (1922-1988) received a master silversmith diploma from the School of Applied Arts in Paris. He studied with silversmith and sculptor Gilbert LaCroix and, after graduation in 1941, went to work in his studio. In 1945 Mouille himself became a teacher at the School of Applied Arts and opened his own metalworking studio. At that point his design commissions were mostly for hand rails, chandeliers and wall sconces. In 1953 Jacques Adnet hired him to design lighting fixtures, an art to which he devoted the rest of his life. Throughout the 1950s Mouille designed large, angular, insect-like wall mounted and standing lamps with several arms and smaller, more curved, wall-sconces. Some of his best known designs from the period are his “Oeil” lamp (1953), “Flammes” (1954) and “Saturn” (1958). He worked to achieve a kinetic, sculptural aesthetic that evoked a sense of movement in space. He also claimed his lighting fixtures were “a reaction to the Italian models, which were beginning to invade the market in 1950,” and which he thought to be “too complicated.” His designs from this period were shown mainly at the Steph Simon Gallery in Paris.
  14. Floor Lamp 3 arms
    Design Serge Mouille
    Design Serge Mouille
    Known primarily for his work as a designer of lighting fixtures, Serge Mouille (1922-1988) received a master silversmith diploma from the School of Applied Arts in Paris. He studied with silversmith and sculptor Gilbert LaCroix and, after graduation in 1941, went to work in his studio. In 1945 Mouille himself became a teacher at the School of Applied Arts and opened his own metalworking studio. At that point his design commissions were mostly for hand rails, chandeliers and wall sconces. In 1953 Jacques Adnet hired him to design lighting fixtures, an art to which he devoted the rest of his life. Throughout the 1950s Mouille designed large, angular, insect-like wall mounted and standing lamps with several arms and smaller, more curved, wall-sconces. Some of his best known designs from the period are his “Oeil” lamp (1953), “Flammes” (1954) and “Saturn” (1958). He worked to achieve a kinetic, sculptural aesthetic that evoked a sense of movement in space. He also claimed his lighting fixtures were “a reaction to the Italian models, which were beginning to invade the market in 1950,” and which he thought to be “too complicated.” His designs from this period were shown mainly at the Steph Simon Gallery in Paris.
  15. Fortuny
    Design Mariano Fortuny Y Madrazo (1907)
    Design Mariano Fortuny Y Madrazo Design year 1907
    A discretely elegant but utterly modern use of white, it underlines its inherent design. The modernity of this lamp goes beyond the here and now, with silver rays in a kinetic – futuristic rhythmic sequence, a clear sign of a dynamic launch towards the future.
  16. Gilda
    Design Enrico Franzolini (1997)
    Design Enrico Franzolini Design year 1997
    A floor lamp mounted on an extendable die cast aluminium base in natural finish; and a suspended version that resolves on a telescoping spine that expands to 500mm
  17. Gräshoppa Floor Lamp
    Design Greta Grossman
    Design Greta Grossman
    The most iconic products Greta Grossman designed in the 40's and 50's were the Gräshoppa floor lamp and the Cobra floor and table lamps. Grossman was highly influenced by European Modernism, which had been imported to the US by influencial architects, such as Walter Gropius (founder of the Bauhaus) and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Grossman, in turn, played a significant role in defining the aesthetic of mid-century Californian Modernism. The iconic Gräshoppa lamp was first produced in 1947. The tubular steel tripod stand is tilted backward and the elongated aluminium conical shade is ball-jointed onto the arm; so the light can be directional, yet the glare is minimal. Both stand and shade are powder-coated Today, Grossman's product designs are highly collectible and are sold at auctions all around the world. Grossman's products are unique, modern classic designs.
  18. Hector Dome Floor
    Design BTC
    Design BTC
    A British design classic in translucent bone china. With its moveable shade and smart cotton braided flex, the Hector table light and its accompanying floor light perfectly marry style and function. The range includes a selection of simple bone china pendants and practical, space-saving wall lights for a subtle source of ambient light. For the ultimate in versatility, the clip-on Hector provides an easy-to-position source of accent or task lighting wherever required.
  19. Hunter Floor Lamp
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Hunter searches its surrounding, raising up the head, high and noble. Checking what happens. RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  20. IC F1
    Design Michael Anastassides
    Design Michael Anastassides
  21. IC F2
    Design Michael Anastassides
    Design Michael Anastassides
  22. Kazuki
    Design Kazuhide Takahama (1976)
    Design Kazuhide Takahama Designyear 1976
    Floor lamp with an aluminium structure, painted in white. Diffuser in white stretch material. Widespread light. Dimmable according to bulb
  23. Lampe Gras N 215
    Design Bernard-Albin Gras (1921)
    Design Bernard-Albin Gras Design year 1921
    La Lampe Gras has an exceptional place in the history of lamps. The lamps, designed and manufactured in 1921, pioneered a new way of lighting. Their creator, the engineer Bernard-Albin Gras, realised an aesthetic design that was in perfect harmony between function and design. However, it was Le Corbusier that made the lamp a modern classic. Using his own terminology, Le Corbusier deemed the lamps a type-object; an object reduced to its pure function. He used La Lampe Gras in his interiors and his own office. Many avant-garde personalities have used the lamps and helped bring them to their legendary status, including Eileen Gray, Michel Roux-Spitz, Sonia Delaunay, Georges Braque, and many others.
  24. Lampe Gras N 230
    Design Bernard-Albin Gras (1921)
    Design Bernard-Albin Gras Design year 1921
    La Lampe Gras has an exceptional place in the history of lamps. The lamps, designed and manufactured in 1921, pioneered a new way of lighting. Their creator, the engineer Bernard-Albin Gras, realised an aesthetic design that was in perfect harmony between function and design. However, it was Le Corbusier that made the lamp a modern classic. Using his own terminology, Le Corbusier deemed the lamps a type-object; an object reduced to its pure function. He used La Lampe Gras in his interiors and his own office. Many avant-garde personalities have used the lamps and helped bring them to their legendary status, including Eileen Gray, Michel Roux-Spitz, Sonia Delaunay, Georges Braque, and many others.
  25. Lampe Gras N 411
    Design Bernard-Albin Gras (1921)
    Design Bernard-Albin Gras Design year 1921
    La Lampe Gras has an exceptional place in the history of lamps. The lamps, designed and manufactured in 1921, pioneered a new way of lighting. Their creator, the engineer Bernard-Albin Gras, realised an aesthetic design that was in perfect harmony between function and design. However, it was Le Corbusier that made the lamp a modern classic. Using his own terminology, Le Corbusier deemed the lamps a type-object; an object reduced to its pure function. He used La Lampe Gras in his interiors and his own office. Many avant-garde personalities have used the lamps and helped bring them to their legendary status, including Eileen Gray, Michel Roux-Spitz, Sonia Delaunay, Georges Braque, and many others.
  26. Leaf Floor
    Design Broberg & Ridderstråle
    Design Broberg & Ridderstråle
    Broberg & Ridderstråle on the design: Leaf successfully combines a light and elegant design with an energy-efficient LED technology. Though the design is minimalistic and straightforward, a soft asymmetric geometry gives the lamp an organic and friendly appearance. - Depending on the viewing angle and how the shade is turned, the lamp will subtly transform its shape to create a graphic and leaf-like silhouette in the room.
  27. Lektor Floor Lamp
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Lector with the latest LED COM light source RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  28. Maija 30 floor lamp
    Design Ilmari Tapiovaara (1955 - 2015)
    Design Ilmari Tapiovaara Designyear 1955 - 2015
    The warm, filtered light housed within the Maija series now with LED technology, in the new floor lamp version based on the original 1955 design. In the language of Finnish functionalism, the Maija series conveyed the feeling of Baltic light from the inside outwards, with a graceful, durable structure reminiscent of the childish honeycomb of naughty honey bee Maya, the heroine of stories and cartoons that originally inspired its name. Maija was a very popular lamp from the start. It was the only one made by this first major Finnish industrial non-architect designer after Alvar Aalto, and who is now recognised as a maestro of generations. An opaque body with a brass structure fragmented into superimposed plates, filters and directs its happy inner light. The full series of the famous Finnish classic comprises floor, table top and hanging versions.
  29. Mantis
    Design Bernard Schottlander (1951)
    Design Bernard Schottlander Design year 1951
    An admirer of Alexander Calder, in 1951 Schottlander created the Mantis series of lamps. Movement is intrinsic to all of Schottlander’s work: an artist, an engineer and in no small measure a handyman, he devised a clever system of counterweights combined with a series of strong, and flexible metal bars. The shade also is unique of its kind. Like an acrobat suspended in mid-air, it is made from aluminium using spinning and chasing techniques that are a part of the metalworker’s inventory of skills, but to which he has brought his sculptor’s eye to create a helical movement in which the symmetrical and the asymmetrical are in opposition. His lights, with their eternal play between balance and imbalance, reveal some of the secrets of what we mean by ‘solid’ and ‘empty’. And like his idol’s mobiles they appear to defy the laws of gravity. The essential poetry of the object is an invitation to enter a dream world of the most judiciously balanced elegance...
  30. Miller Floor
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  31. Nomad Floor Lamp
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Design Niclas Hoflin
    Inspired by Giacometti’s simple and slender figures. A lonesome wanderer. Nomad embraces the light and illuminates without disturbing its surrounding. RUBN is a Swedish company designing and producing lights for everyday living and grand interiors, and which quietly has received considerable international success, due too its unique design and quality. RUBN lights are all handmade and manufactured in the factory placed in VITTSJÖ, Sweden. Designed by Niclas Hoflin has his origin and inspiration in both the Danish and Swedish design tradition. All lights are new designs, adapting to today's technology, style and needs, but solidly rooted in the past delight of materials and functionality. Quality is about the details All lamps are manufactured by hand; with great care for every detail, functionality and aesthetics. RUBNs philosophy is to give the customer the joy of experiencing the harmony between material, design and functionality.
  32. Parliament
    Design Le Corbusier
    Design Le Corbusier
    Le Corbusier designed the lamp Parliament for the Chandigarh Parliament in India. Floor lamp, double adjustable emission, in painted aluminium with diffusers matt black and yellow or white and grey. Whitewash internal diffusers. Stem matt grey.
  33. PROJECTEUR 365 FLOOR
    Design Le Corbusier (1954)
    Design Le Corbusier Designyear 1954
    The Projecteur of Le Corbusier was designed for the Chandigarh High Court, India, in 1954. Aluminium body painted in night blue, white sand or moka. Diffuser glass curved and sandblasted in the inner part. Painted body, base and canopies. Screws and small metal parts black chromed. Available as floor, wall/ceiling and pendant versions.
  34. Pull Floor Lamp
    Design Whatswhat
    Design Whatswhat
    Whatswhat on the design: The unique composition of the Pull lamp provides the lamp with a personality that is both organic and distinctively true to its Scandinavian design heritage. The partly exposed, partly hidden cord connects the elements and provides the mechanism to adjust the position of the shade. Moving the shade not only changes the light but also the character of the lamp.
  35. TMC
    Design Miguel Mila (1961)
    Design Miguel Mila Design year 1961
    The latest edition of Miguel Milá’s highly acclaimed TMC lamp for Santa & Cole was released in 2011, on its fiftieth anniversary. Significant details from the original design were preserved and new improvements were added to the emblematic up-down system of the circular shade. The definitive edition, according to the designer.
  36. TMM
    Design 1961 (Miguel Mila)
    Design 1961 Designyear Miguel Mila
    The most celebrated piece by one of the masters of Spanish design, the TMM is an exquisite demonstration of formal serenity and functional efficiency. A cross-shaped base supports a square shaft that becomes circular in the middle, allowing the shade to be moved up and down. A true manifesto of Barcelona’s industrial design scene.
  37. Toio
    Design Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni (1962)
    Design Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Designyear 1962
    Floor lamp providing indirect lighting. Angle iron and formed steel base, painted in a variety of colors. Hexagonal nickel-plated brass height-adjustable stem with telescopic head. On the cable there is the electronic dimmer which allows the regulation of light brightness.
  38. Tolomeo basculante lettura
    Design Michele De Lucchi , Giancarlo Fassina (2006)
    Design Michele De Lucchi , Giancarlo Fassina Design year 2006
    Cantilevered arms in polished aluminium; joint in polished aluminium; diffuser in parchment paper on a plastic frame. System of spring balancing. The diffuser normally used, remains vertical regardless of the angle of the arm.
  39. Tolomeo basculante terra
    Design Michele De Lucchi , Giancarlo Fassina (2006)
    Design Michele De Lucchi , Giancarlo Fassina Design year 2006
    Cantilevered arms in polished aluminium; joint in polished aluminium; diffuser in parchment paper on a plastic frame. System of spring balancing. The diffuser normally used, remains vertical regardless of the angle of the arm.
  40. Tolomeo Lettura
    Design Michele De Lucchi , Giancarlo Fassina (1990)
    Design Michele De Lucchi , Giancarlo Fassina Design year 1990
    Base and cantilevered arms in polished aluminium; diffuser in opaque anodized aluminium adjustable in all directions; joint in polished aluminium. System of spring balancing.
  41. Tripode G5
    Design Santa & Cole Team (1997)
    Design Santa & Cole Team Design year 1997
    The Trípode provides a cheerful atmosphere and is ideal for informal settings. A tubular metal tripod forms a particular shape, that emerges as a sculpture of light.
  42. Tube Light
    Design Eileen Gray (1927)
    Design Eileen Gray Designyear 1927
    Floor lamp. Chrome-plated tubular steel with black plastic lamp socket for mounting light source. Floor plate chrome-plated metal with push-button switch. Felt gliders. Light tube included.