Louis Poulsen Yuh Floor Lamp Brass Marble
In 2019, the Danish-Italian design duo GamFratesi’s lamp design from 2017 has reemerged in a softer Scandinavian style. It is as functional and aesthetically pleasing as ever with its movable and flexible high-quality LED light that enriches the atmosphere in any room.
Even though it takes up very little space, the new Yuhis sure to add a touch of sophistication to all kinds of interior. Where the classic all-black or allwhite Yuhcomplements most modern interiors, the new Yuhdelivers something extra with its authentic feel of high-quality Italian marble and brass – perfect for emphasising the new Nordic style.
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Finish: White or black, matt wet painted. Clear lacquered, brushed brass. Brushed, matt marble base.
Material: Shade: Die casted aluminium. Stem: Extruded brass. Floor/Table Base: Brushed marble. Wall Box: Forged brass. Marble: Italian Nero Margiua / White Carrara.
Mounting:Cable type: Plastic cord. Cable length: 2,5 m. Stepless dim between 15 and 100%. Timer function: 4hrs/8hrs. Light control: Switch on top of the stem. LED driver:
Separate, plugs into power outlet. Light Source: LED 2700K 10W Dimensions (WxHxL): Class: Ingress protection IP20. Electric shock protection II w/o ground
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GamFratesi Design Studio was established in 2006. Stine Gam (born 1975) and Enrico Fratesi (born 1978) belong to the latest generation of furniture architects. Stine is Danish, while Enrico is Italian and together they represent a new interpretation of the meeting between Danish and international design traditions. GamFratesi's design takes its creative drive from a fusion of tradition and renewal and in an experimental approach to their chosen materials and techniques. With their dual traditional background, they draw on the classic Danish furniture and craft tradition as well as the classic Italian intellectual and conceptual approach. Understanding a tradition and addressing it actively in the workshop makes it possible to expand on it. From this cross-cultural substrate they create furniture that respectfully reflects tradition while also featuring unique embedded stories, symbols and associations, often expressed in a minimalist idiom.