Alfrede from Domus is an elegant lean-lamp. Not only in the corridor, but alone in the entrance or rooms such as living and bedrooms, the light object shows up as practical and elegant help.
Leaned at a wall, Alfrede spends light and offers practical deposit space inside and on top of its drawer. Inside of the drawer furthermore hides a connection for two charging devices, usable for mobile phones of the MP3 player for example.
Alfrede’s design was coined by Philippe Best and Olaf Seynsche. Domus manufactures the light object out of massive oak wood. The German company only uses wood out of controlled cultivation and renounces producing with lacquers, in benefit of plant oils and natural waxes. That is how the open pored beauty of the wood remains saved.
The hidden cable which climbs in one of the two feet of Alfrede is visible now through a loop in the base. The shade of the lamp consists of translucent Lunopal. Behind it there is a single illuminant E27 socket. Alfrede is equipped with a pull switch and can run with halogen lamps as well as compact fluorescent lamps.
Domus offers the light object Alfrede in different variants. Thereby also the cable can appear in different colours.
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