Northern Kin Table Lamp
  • Northern Kin Table Lamp
  • Northern Kin Table Lamp
  • Northern Kin Table Lamp
  • Northern Kin Table Lamp
  • Northern Kin Table Lamp

Northern Kin Table Lamp.

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The much-anticipated Kin Table Lamp from leading Norwegian design duo Morten & Jonas has been almost a decade in the making. This head turner of a light takes its cues from the shape of collectable bobblehead figures, with its oversized mouth-blown, matt opal glass shade sitting effortlessly on top of the softly rounded polished Emperador marble base. A contemporary and harmonious piece that confidently combines quality materials and contrasting finishes; the Kin Table Lamp comes in two bold sizes. Meanwhile the small hand dimmer, which is neatly incorporated into the cable, allows you to soften the mood to suit the moment.


Shade material: Glass Shade colour: Opal white matt Body material: Dark Emperador marble stone Body colour: Mixed brown marble

Wire: Black silk, 200 cm (with dimmer switch)

Bulb: Integrated and dimmable LED 8 W, 800 lm, 2700 K, CRI>90

Voltage: 220V - 240V ~ 50/60Hz Net weight: 3.0 kg (H33), 4.4kg (H40) Spare part available: Glass shade

Size Description

Height 33 or 40cm

  • Morten & Jonas

    Known eponymously as Morten & Jonas, Norwegian designers Morten Skjærpe Knarrum and Jonas Norheim need no further introduction. They established their studio in Bergen, Norway after receiving masters degrees from the Bergen Academy of Art and Design. The designers create cutting-edge products, furniture and interior architecture marked by curiosity, imagination and humour. Morten & Jonas’s point of difference is being able to add design to social agendas, famously enlisting the help of incarcerated men and women to manufacturer their Bake Me a Cake table lamp in 2013. Since then, Morten & Jonas have produced several new designs for Northern Lighting – the multi-functional Say My Name lamp, Me floor lamp and the Above ceiling/pendant series – as well as earning several awards and having their work exhibited internationally.
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