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The Cloud Floor Lamp was designed by Frank Owen Gehry for Belux.
The Swiss lighting manufacturer Belux has been producing innovative and progressive solutions for the home for nearly 50 years. Frank Gehry, architect of the famous and acclaimed Guggenheim Museum, created the now iconic Cloud range of lights for the brand in 2005.
This playful floor lamp starts as a simple square base of plated nickel, giving way to a slim central stand. The stand holds the statement aspect of the lamp, a cloud shade formed of tear-resistance polyester fleece. The shade can be gently pushed and pulled to change shape as you please. The central playful idea of the cloud is that it appears to float in the room, as the subtle stand shades into obscurity.
The Cloud Floor Lamp measures 170cm in height and requires 1 x fluorescent compact G24q2/42W ES bulb. The light is powered via a generous 3m-long cable, which makes it easy to place it wherever you want in the room. The lamp can be combined with other items from the same range, including the LED Baby Cloud Table Lamp.
Cloud LED Floor Lamp
white / polyester / H 170cm / Ø 52cm / 2700K / 4200lm / dimmable
|Materials||Polyester fleece, polycarbonat|
Cable Length: 300cm
Diameter Diffuser: 52cm
Diameter Base: 22cm
|Illuminant||1x LED-Unit FIX/37W - energy efficency grade A++ - excl., (please order under "accessories")|
|Energy class||This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes: A++|
This luminaire contains built-in LED lamps. The LED lamps cannot be changed in the luminaire.
|Seal of Approval|| CE mark|
|Insulation|| Class II|
|Other Features|| Lamp with dimmer|
Lamp with plug
Lamp with EU-plug
Lamp with switch
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