La Petite table lamp base and stem in aluminum and lampshade in technopolymer
An archetypal lampshade balanced on an inclined stem creates a balanced and elegant geometric composition that amazes despite its simplicity.
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Table lamp. The lampshade is a light plastic volume closed by two diffusers that produce a pleasant soft direct and indirect light. The joint supports the lampshade on a minimum point of support by connecting it to the aluminum stem. Base and stem in aluminum with painted finish; injection-molded technopolymer lampshade; diffuser injection-molded technopolymer screen. Available in colors: black and white . BULB : Led 1x6W 2800K (E14).
- Andrea Quaglio, Manuela Simonelli
- H 37 cm - L 25 cm - Ø 19.4 cm
- Base and stem in aluminum with painted finish
- Enclosed light bulb
- Number Light bulb
- Available with dimmer
- Max power
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