Orbis Floor lamp, Herbert H. Schultes 1994

Designer Herbert Schultes chose the Latin name Orbis not only because the shade of this lamp resembles a concave disc but also because the light, if turned towards the wall, is reflected around the circular metal shade like the sphere around a planet. The Orbis standing lamp can be adjusted in a diversity of positions due to joints without cables and a swivel reflector, facilitating the direction of the light at sofas, desks or beds. A dimmer enables the regulation of the light intensity. The clear design discretely integrates into any environment.

Floor lamp. Lamp stand and reflector metal, texture-lacquered in matte black or white, or chrome-plated. Rods and joints chrome-plated metal. Fully adjustable wireless joints allow for a great number of lighting positions, reflector adjusts up/down and rotates sideways. Foot switch, dimmable. Plastic gliders transparent.

230 V / 12 V, bulb not included
Light bulb information:
Max. 50 W / 12 V, socket GY 6.35

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Herbert H. Schultes

Orbis Floor Lamp

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