The distinctive Cobra floor lamp designed by Greta M. Grossman in the 1950's is inspired by the shape of a cobra's neck, which is not surprisingly also the motivation for its name.

Base Diameter
27cm
Country of Origin
China
Fixed Plug Options
UK
Height
118cm
IP
20
Light bulb cap type
E14
Light bulb included
No.
Light bulb type
Incandescent; halogen; LED
Max Cable Length
230cm
Max Wattage
40W incandescent; 28W halogen; 4-6W LED
Product Weight
5.87kg
Shade Depth
29cm
Shade Finish
Anthracite Grey
Shade Height
7.8cm
Total Width
67cm

The Cobra Floor Lamp is a classic and yet unique lamp that with its flexible arm can be bent in all directions, creating a pleasant reading light or an artistic light when directed towards the wall.


Greta M. Grossman

Greta Grossman (1906-1999) maintained a prolific forty-year career on two continents: Europe and North America. Her achievements were many and encompassed industrial design, interior design and architecture. In 1933, having successfully completed her fellowship at the renowned Stockholm arts institution, Konstfack, she opened Studio, a combined store and workshop. During the same year Grossman married jazz musician, Billy Grossman with whom she later emigrated to the United States, settling in Los Angeles.

Through the 40's and 50's Grossman exhibited her designs at museums worldwide, including MoMA in New York and The National Museum in Stockholm.

"The fact that she is relatively unknown just makes the process for Gubi more interesting, as we have an honest opportunity to continue to convey Greta Grossman's designs.Greta Grossman was known in her time in both Sweden and California, USA. However, she ended up largely unknown and almost forgotten. I am very happy that we can give this magnificent female designer a second comeback." - Jacob Gubi


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