... Danish city of Aarhus, and also took on the task of tackling its interior design. This is how this widely-used wall lamp came to see the light of day, combining the sturdiness of a brass ...
... segment at right angles to the shaft. The swivel that allows the shade to rotate horizontally is fastened onto the head of the wall bracket, without a lever effect, and although the arm cannot be opened out or folded ...
... cable downwards to the nearest socket. The shaft has a beech handle at the bottom end to adjust the shade according to the light strength needed.
... transition from the vertical shaft (that incorporates a beech extension at the bottom) to the horizontal shaft, joining it to the wall and hiding the socket.
A pivoting metal arm comprising an angled tube that fits into a bracket, also made of metal, hiding the wall plug.
... to the light and can serve as a bracket for a room or toilet sign (wall scene). Conceived with the minimal width possible in order to hold a light source – a cross-section of a mere ...
This is a minimalist square or rectangular wall lamp, the arched ribbon or parchment shade of which cleverly hides the light source from the side view. Highly convenient for narrow hallways or corridors.
A metal disc hides an LED light source, diffusing the light around an opaque circle. The light is reflected on the wall producing a pleasant halo, giving ...
... disperse the light by means of vertical light and shade streaks. The Estadio collection, with various pendant diameters, is complemented by the Línea Estadio (with a straight structure, which can be linked ...
A lightweight white linen shade, with no visible structure, is affixed to the wall to prevent the light source from being directly in view from the side.