Menu - Column table lamp
Menu launches industrial table lamp
Copenhagen design studio Norm Architects has created a portable table lamp for furniture brand Menu inspired by the shape of metal bollards on ships.
Called Column, the lamp features a slender neck that lifts the thick round shade above a cylindrical body, creating space beneath the shade that breaks up the lamp’s solid silhouette.
The LED bulb gives off a diffused light that creates a warm reflection as it glows down on the bronze anodised aluminium body. It’s got a USB charging point and three dimmer settings.
Norm Architects regularly designs furniture and lighting for Menu, having most recently collaborated on a chair for co-working space The Office Group.
RRP ex VAT: £99.96
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