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Honest materials are transformed into a lamp of beauty by Stockholm-based designer Jonas Wagell. /p>
Dimensions: diameter 17 x 29cm high
Material: concrete | brass
Inspired by traditional oil lamps, he brings these materials together into a design that is both raw and delicate.
An instant classic, the JWDA Lamp is the kind of sculptural piece that turns heads and brings new life to a room. The contrast of the delicate, rounded glass with the sturdy base makes for a balanced and intriguing silhouette.
It has been noted that JWDA Lamp fits perfectly into any style of interior, ready to adorn a bedside table, desk or sofa table. Which suits Jonas just fine: "I want to create products that can be used every day and become part of people's lives".
The bulb included by Menu does not dim properly in Australia and flickers. Bulbs are readily available at Bunnings.
Please note marks and variation in the concrete are part fo the look of this industrial finish and makes each one unique.
Danish brand Menu excels at interpreting what contemporary design can offer in furniture, lighting, and accessories. Every piece from Menu echoes the brand's mission to connect people through design that is creative and functional at the same time. Menu works with selected legacy designers and newcomers equally and focuses on sustainability when it comes to raw materials, good working standards for their employees, and product longevity.
Menu spans back to 1979 when Simon Hansen established the family-owned company Danish Steel House, which supplied steel products to the catering industry. In 1988 Bjarne Hansen developed the company's famous Irish coffee set. Innovative design which, in a single stroke, becomes an impressive, international sales success.
The Danish steel house became Menu in 1998, the designer Pernille Vea was employed, and the development of unique, top-selling design products took off. Today Menu's permanent design team consist of Pernille Vea, Jakob Wagner and Christian Bjorn. Menu prides itself on being engaged in a never-ending search for beautiful Scandinavian Design Originals...Aesthetic and practical daily surprises that make you become happier and happier to look at, touch and use. Surprises that make you say: But of course - how come no one has thought of that before?
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