Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp
  • Moustache Olo Table Lamp

Moustache Olo Table Lamp

€206.60
Availability if not in stock 1 to 2 weeks.
Color: *
  • Optical Green
  • Dark Grey
  • Cord
  • Red
  • Blue
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€46.80
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A new project by Jean-Baptiste Fastrez for Moustache.-Lighting directions table lamp

OLO is a small lamp made out of one single piece of ceramic

Its distinctive double spotlight gives to this lamp a very special aesthetic.

It can be used as direct or indirect lightening and set in three different positions .

Horizontaly, it can be used to lighten an other object. At 45 degrees it will illuminate a wall or a painting. Verticaly, it will create a global lighting

Each position gives a new expression to the object. It reminds us of an old chandelier, a vintage super 8 camera or a futuristic domestic robot.

Olo is an object free of use and free of interpretation.

2 GU10 LED bulbs included, made in Italy
 

Specifications

Ceramic

Size Description

Width. 20 cm
Height. 21 cm
Depth. 15 cm

  • Jean-Baptiste Fastrez

    Born in 1984, Jean-Baptiste Fastrez lives and works in Paris. He won the 2011 Grand Prix du Jury of Design Parade 6 in Villa Noailles (Hyères, France). Since 2011, he has established his own design studio in Paris. His partners are the Danish textil manufacturer Kvadrat, the Galerie Lafayettes in Paris , Sèvres / Cité de la céramique, the glass reaserch center Cirva in Marseille, the french brand Moustache and the London and Paris based design gallery Galerie kreo. His work has been presented at VIA in Paris, at Mudac in Lausanne, at Grand Hornu in Belgium and at Museum of Art in Seoul. Some of his works are also included of the permanent collection of the Villa Noailles in Hyeres, the Cnap and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
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