Gear Double Table Lamp. Designed with rotating gears and revving with style, these high-performance lamps were made for the fast lane. Like changing gears in a car, the positions of the shades are changed manually by adjusting a lever. Gears inside the base lock into place with each adjustment of the shades. The floor lamp extends dramatically forward to position its shade overhead, while the table lamps illuminate the surfaces around them. All three versions are crafted in aluminium and steel, giving the lamps crisp outlines and an industrial look. Coloured in matt black, the lamps provide a potent contrast to light-coloured backgrounds, or create a compelling focal point within any interior. Bulb: E27, Max. 60 W (single version), E27, Max. 2 x 60 W (double version) Voltage: 220V - 240V ~ 50/60Hz
|Condition||New. On demand. Delivery time : 3/4 weeks|
|Dimensions||H : 65-85 cm. W: 76-116 cm. D : 38 cm. Cord : 200 cm.|
Johan Lindstén was born in 1981 in the heart of ‚Möbelriket’, the furniture kingdom of Sweden. Profiting from a vast knowledge about the industry at an early age he successfully graduated in the program of furniture design in Stockholm in 2008, leading to the establishment of the independent Design Studio Johan Lindstén Form.
Due to his very personal approach to express his emotions and thoughts by forming them into unique physical objects, his design soon set himself apart. Launching several interesting and diverse products including furniture, lamps and sound absorbers, limited editions has been sold and is exposed in museums such as Nordiska, Sweden’s largest collection of cultural history.
Enjoyed by a broad clientele Johan’s objects are mostly appreciated for their narrative appearance and unexpected details. By bonding with the user in a very personal and sensual way his design is able to enlighten the state of mind and make the surrounding environment more beautiful and joyful.
Lindstén Form cooperates with many renowned companies of the industry, such as Cappellini, Johanson, RocheBobois, FotnanaArte, Gärsnäs and Gallery Pascale.