Northern Moo Wall Lamp
Moo is a full scale wall–mounted Norwegian moose head light. Moo may be used for both indoor and outdoor decoration. The figuratively shaped lamp body is made of poly–resin material, that gives a smooth and transparent flow of light.
The bulbs placed inside the horns add extra elements of soft, sparkling and translucent light effects to the lamp. The inspiration behind the Moo lamp was found in northern Norway, –in the breathtaking scenery of Hamarøy, where both designers have summer houses.
Here the moose is frequently seen passing close to the houses and even on the lawns. The designers hope Moo will stand out as a post–modern kitch trophy, making the viewer smile happily as they recognize this “King of the Norwegian forest”.
Wall lamp Shade material: Polyresin and glass fibre
Shade colour: White
Base material: Steel Wire: White, 190 cm
Bulbs main body: 2 x E27 energy saving bulb. Max. 20 W
Bulbs horns: 2 x E14 energy saving bulb. Max. 5 W 220V - 240V ~ 50Hz
Net weight: 11.4 kg Indoor and outdoor (IP 44) CE
- Size Description
Height: 75 cm
Width: 75 cm
Depth: 57 cm
Designer, founder and CEO of Northern Lighting, Ove Rogne is a driving force in lighting design. Born in the Norwegian city of Narvik, Rogne received a Masters degree in Business and Economics from the Norwegian School of Management before pursuing a career in management consulting. Guided by a determination to work more creatively and a vision for making lighting design a bit brighter, Rogne teamed up with three long-time friends to establish Northern Lighting in 2005. The following year, Rogne created the award-winning Oslo Wood floor lamp, later teaming up with Trond Svendgård to co-design the Moo wall light in 2008. His enthusiasm for Norwegian retro classics has revitalised the work of mid-century designers such as Birger Dahl and made their legacies relevant to design today. A strong supporter of young talent, Rogne has launched initiatives to help design graduates gain industry experience and also established the annual Northern Lighting Student Design Award in 2013.