Oluce Parallel 296 Table Lamp

€1,208.00
Availability if not in stock 3 to 4 weeks.
Color Leather: *
  • Brown Leather
  • Sand Leather
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Parallel is a collection of table and floor lamps that was created from a desire to present the market with a product that could appeal to a range of tastes and be used in a variety of spaces, from the very classic to the most contemporary and austere. Parallel consists of a cylindrical metal lampshade supported by a vertical stem positioned laterally.

The stem has two matt-black metallic plates that are spaced apart and slide in parallel directions from the base to the lampshade. What makes Parallel unique is the lampshade, which has been covered on the outside with hammered leather that comes in two different shades: leather and sand.

This is the first time that Oluce has used leather in a collection of lamps, and this shows its ability to explore new solutions and to continue to remain innovative. Attention to detail and an original visual and tactile perception make Parallel a modern, highly geometric lamp that has a place in a range of design settings and can satisfy the most diverse style needs.

Specifications

1 x max 60 W (E27) - universal dimmer

Metal, leather

This product is CE-approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability.

  • Victor Vasilev

    <p>Born in Bulgaria and based in Milan where he opened an office in 2004, Victor Vasilev (Plovdiv, 1974) studied architecture at the Milan Polytechnic and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. A close relationship between architecture, interiors, and product design characterises Vasilev's work. He designs objects, spaces and buildings in an attempt to give shape to holistic environments pursuing formal and material purity. An exciting field of investigation for Victor Vasilev is sanitary ware. Kub is a washbasin designed in 2010 to explore the possibilities offered by two radically different materials - marble and glass; the crystal basin seems to "carve out" its place from the stone volume.</p>
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