Dimensions

Width 41 cm
Depth 36 cm
Height 122 cm
Cable length 200 cm

Materials

Colour White
Colour temperature 2800 - 3200K
Material Powder Coated Metal

Specification

Input voltage 100-240V
Led life span 30000hrs
Light source SMD 2835 LED chip
Light source power 11W
Whole lamp power 13W
Year 2016

Resources

A lively expression meets complete functionality in the Stage floor lamp, designed by Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri.

The Stage lamp draws its smooth mobility from professional stage lighting, and casts an attractive and warm beam wherever it is pointed.

Stage is inspired by professional spotlights, as used in film production and photo shoots. The inspiration can be found in the adjustable, tilting light source and the stable tripod base, while retaining a uniquely clean and light expression.

The Stage floor lamp can be used as a reading light or for mood lighting, depending on whether the light source is tilted for direct or indirect lighting. 


Daniel Debiasi & Federico Sandri

The designers Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri both have a degree in Industrial Design, Daniel from the Milan Polytechnic and Federico from the IUAV University in Venice. They met during a shared work experience in Milan where they both led projects for international design companies. In 2010, they decided to join forces and founded their joint design studio Something.

Daniel and Federico have a holistic approach to design and are interested in the relation between products and their surroundings. They believe that every object is part of a bigger system that should be taken into account too.

“We see design as a discipline that brings together many different ingredients, such as personal culture, experiences and visions i.e., and it is always fascinating to see all of these come together into a tangible output.”


Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that withstands the test of time. Or in other words, to challenge conventional thinking and make the ordinary extraordinary through great design.