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The Cloud 20 LED Floor Lamp was designed by architect Frank Gehry for Swiss lighting innovatorsBelux.
Founded in 1970, Belux has remained dedicated to producing quality lighting solutions. After shifting towards innovative lights for the home and business, the brand has become known for taking risks with design. The Cloud 20 LED Floor Lamp is part of a series of lamps by Canadian-American Gehry. Gehry is famous for designing outstanding buildings such as the Guggenheim Museum in Spain, but when it comes to furniture, he has a fascination with paper and unusual materials.
The Cloud collection has been manufactured using polyester fleece, a fabric that is light and whimsical but also resilient and flame-resistant. Each lamp can be altered slightly by the owner by pushing or folding the fabric into a unique shape. The overall appearance of the Cloud 20 LED Floor Lamp is one of soft snow or crumpled pillows. The rod is made of stainless steel, and the light is operated from a switch on the base. Standing 52cm tall with a shade diameter of 42cm, the Cloud 20 LED Lamp delicately illuminates the corner of any room in the home.
Cloud 20 LED Floor Lamp
white / H 52cm / Ø 48cm / 2700K / dimmable
|Materials||aluminum, polyester fleece, acrylic glass|
Cable Length: 250cm
Diameter Diffuser: 48cm
Diameter Base: 20cm
|Illuminant||1x LED-Unit FIX/37W - energy efficency grade A++ - included|
|Energy class||This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes: A++ - E|
The luminaire is sold with a bulb of the energy class: A++
This luminaire contains built-in LED lamps. The LED lamps cannot be changed in the luminaire.
|Other Features|| Lamp with dimmer|
Lamp with plug
Lamp with EU-plug
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