The Warren Wall Lamp was designed by Soren Rose for the brand Menu .
Based in New York City, USA, Menu makes elegant pendants, wall lamps and table lamps inspired by the glamorous ambiance of that great city in the 1930s. It also works with creative designers as well as craftspeople. Danish designer Soren Rose travelled throughout America and collected lovely lamps and reusable parts. He then disassembled them, mixed and matched the parts and, using new and bolder designs in various forms and settings, created the Tribeca collection.
Classy and attractive, the Warren Wall Lamp is perfectly suited to indoor use as it provides an invitingly warm light that's perfect for reading. It has a frame that darkens over time due to its untreated nature, taking on a patina all its own. The frame rotates and extends from the wall and, when not in use, can be pushed flat against the wall. It features an inline dimmer switch with a charging cable with a useful 200cm length, fitted with a plug. Made of black or brass powder-coated steel, the Warren Wall Lamp has a height of 56cm and depth of 62cm.