The floor lamp Tulip is an elegant lamp object for the living area. The filigree design was coined by Iris Kremer. The German lamps manufacturer Domus implements Tulip with a noble material composition that forms the suitable frame for the soft light of the floor lamp.
Filigree metal rods form the tension-rich contrast with the oak wood foot and allow a soft swing of the Tulip floor lamp. The cable is covered with textiles. Depending on the lamp edition this one will be red or anthracite.
Tulip’s shade is composed by several panels out of translucent Lunopal that are fixed on the metal rods. Those ensure the characteristic blossom-look that gave the lamp its name: Tulip.
Tulip runs with a simple illuminant E27-socket. The light strength can be controlled with a foot-dimmer, continuously, adapted to the personal moods and demands.
Domus only uses wood out of controlled cultivation for the wooden base from Tulip. Domus moreover renounces using lacquers in benefit of plant oils and natural waxes. This ensures the open pored beauty of the wood.