The Job Desk Lamp was created by Yaacov Kaufman for the leading German manufacturer Serien.
Born in Russia but living and working in Israel, Yaacov Kaufman has had a considerable influence on Israeli design not only through his own pieces but also through his many years as a distinguished professor at the Bezalel Academy of Arts in Jerusalem. As a mark of the regard in which he is held, he was invited to open a new wing of the Tel Aviv Museum with a solo exhibition. In 1989 he was honoured with the Sandberg prize, one of Israel's most distinguished awards for the arts.
Winner of a silver prize at the German Design Club in 2010 and nominated for the Federal Product Design Award in 2011, the Job Desk Lamp from Serien is a clever reversal on the look of the most conventional lighting where the stem tends to be made of metal and the lightshade of glass. Instead, the stem of this lamp consists of two hollow glass tubes, which supports a stainless steel light head with a gleaming, chromed finish. The result is a piece that feels light and airy, while also providing an attractive element of surprise.
|Materials||polished stainless seel, borosilicate gl|
Cable Length: 200cm
Diameter Diffuser: 11cm
Diameter Base: 23.5cm
|Illuminant||1x LED-Bulb E27/11.5W - 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++
Lamp with EU-plug
Height adjustable lamp
Lamp adjustable in width