Lantern Light Table Lamp

Neri&Hu, 2017

In our everyday existence, light serves us by enhancing everything around it, while it is often neglected itself. Here, the inspiration comes from the quintessential source of light; like its ancient predecessor, the fiery torch, this design simply consists of an upright rod with an illuminated tip. Celebrating the glorious spectacle of light itself, the tinted glass shade is a modest attachment that branches off the main support to gently shield its centerpiece.

“The constant confrontation with contrasting cultures results in our individual form of expression. We try not to be Chinese, Asian or Western.”
Lyndon Neri & Rossana Hu.

 

 

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Table Lamp. Frame natural, burnished or copper-plated solid brass, with clear varnish. Lamp shade hand-blown grey crystal glass. Diffusor opal glass white satin-finished. Push-button switch, dimmable. Customised LED light included. Plug-in power supply with interchangeable plugs for Europe, UK, Australia and USA. Felt gliders in black.

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Neri&Hu

Neri&Hu are representatives of contemporary design from China. Their work is characterised by the constant occupation with contrasting cultures: “We consider ourselves bridges. Bridges for the next generation, bridges between past and future” and, not least, also as mediators between China and the West.

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